Thousands of Protesters Swarm White House, Cities, As Trump Watches Behind Fences

Thousands of Americans rose up in protest against racism outside the White House and in cities around the country on Saturday, as Trump watched from behind new fences.

Protesters peacefully marched in Washington DC, New York, Chicago, Philadelphia, and in small and medium-sized towns. They protested against police brutality and racism.

New, larger fences were put up at the White House on orders from Donald Trump to protect him against protesters.

Many protesters mocked Trump for hiding inside the White House bunker while people have been standing up against racism.