Chelsea Clinton attends Muslim solidarity rally in NYC
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Chelsea Clinton attended an anti-Trump rally in New York City on Sunday to show solidarity with the Muslim community.

Clinton, the daughter of President TrumpDonald John TrumpAverage tax refunds down double-digits, IRS data shows White House warns Maduro as Venezuela orders partial closure of border with Colombia Trump administration directs 1,000 more troops to Mexican border MORE’s Democratic challenger Hillary ClintonHillary Diane Rodham ClintonDem strategist says Clinton ‘absolutely’ has a role to play in 2020 Left-leaning journalist: Sanders would be 'formidable candidate' against Trump Clinton hits EPA for approval of pesticide dump: ‘We need bees!’ MORE and former President Bill ClintonWilliam (Bill) Jefferson ClintonInviting Kim Jong Un to Washington Howard Schultz must run as a Democrat for chance in 2020 Trump says he never told McCabe his wife was 'a loser' MORE, attended the rally in Times Square in New York City.

She wrote on Twitter that the event was the first protest for her daughter Charlotte, age 2.

“Thank you to all who organized #IAmMuslimToo today - Charlotte’s 1st protest rally. #NoBanNoWallNoRaids,” Clinton tweeted.

Hundreds of protesters gathered for the rally Sunday.

The event featured speakers including New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio; mogul Russel Simmons, a former friend of Trump; actress Susan Sarandon; and several prominent activists.

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"We are here today to show middle America our beautiful signs and, through our beautiful actions and intention, that they have been misled," Simmons told the crowd. "We are here unified because of Donald Trump. We want to thank him for bringing us together."

The rally comes after Trump signed an executive order temporarily barring visitors from seven Muslim-majority countries from entering the U.S. The order also puts a temporary halt on the acceptance of refugees and an indefinite ban on Syrian refugees. A federal judge issued a nationwide restraining order on the executive order while a lawsuit proceeds.