Lawmakers join women's marches in DC and nationwide
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Democratic lawmakers are are marching with women in Washington and across the nation one day after President Trump's inauguration.


Hundreds of thousands took to the streets of D.C. on Saturday for the Women's March on Washington, joined by a large contingent of lawmakers.

Other Democrats attended satellite protests in other cities across the country.

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