Protesters chanted “Lock him up” as President TrumpDonald TrumpBiden to sign executive order aimed at increasing voting access Albany Times Union editorial board calls for Cuomo's resignation Advocates warn restrictive voting bills could end Georgia's record turnout MORE returned to the White House on Sunday night, one week into their anti-Trump rally following a summit with Russian President Vladimir Putin.

Crowds have been gathering outside of the White House for seven days and greeted the president and first lady Melania TrumpMelania TrumpMissouri pastor faces backlash after suggesting wives should lose weight, strive to look like Melania Trump The Hill's 12:30 Report - Presented by ExxonMobil - FBI director testifies on Jan. 6 Capitol attack Overnight Health Care: Senate to vote on .9 trillion relief bill this week | J&J vaccine rollout begins | CDC warns against lifting restrictions MORE as they arrived from a weekend at Trump’s Bedminster, N.J., golf course.

The ongoing protests are being organized by Adam Parkhomenko, a former adviser to Hillary ClintonHillary Diane Rodham ClintonHillicon Valley: China implicated in Microsoft breach | White House adds Big Tech critic | QAnon unfazed after false prediction Jill Biden redefines role of first lady QAnon supporters unfazed after another false prediction MORE.

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The group began to “Occupy Lafayette Square” following Trump’s controversial joint press conference with Putin last week in Helsinki.

The protesters have aimed to disrupt Trump’s nightly routine and have brought in noisy bands, artists and musicians to keep the president awake at night.

Crowds have stood outside the White House gates, now dubbed the “Kremlin Annex,” and watched an 18-person Mariachi bandopera singers and a hip-hop band with dancers perform. 

Parkhomenko said drummers will be performing on Pennsylvania Avenue on both Monday and Tuesday nights.

A Russian translator will also be available on Tuesday to translate what the protesters are chanting “from English to Russian very loudly,” he said on Twitter.

Several high-profile names stopped by to join the protests last week, including Rep. Joaquin CastroJoaquin CastroWhy paid internships matter for foreign policy careers State Department establishes chief officer in charge of diversity Texas governor faces criticism over handling of winter storm fallout MORE (D-Texas), actress and activist Alyssa Milano, and Stormy Daniels's attorney, Michael Avenatti.