US witnesses nationwide protests against Donald Trump's immigration policy; citizens chant 'shame', demand abolition of ICE [Photos]

Thousands of people took to the streets on 30 June to protest against the Trump administration's 'zero tolerance' policy towards the immigrants

FP Staff July 01, 2018 12:57:11 IST
United States witnessed nationwide protests on 30 June against the Donald Trump administration's immigration policy. Men, women and children carrying placards marched in over 700 places. AP
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United States witnessed nationwide protests on 30 June against the Donald Trump administration's immigration policy. Men, women and children carrying placards marched in over 700 places. AP
People marched across the Brooklyn Bridge and demanded that Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) be abolished for its 'zero tolerance' policy towards immigrants. Reuters
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People marched across the Brooklyn Bridge and demanded that Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) be abolished for its 'zero tolerance' policy towards immigrants. Reuters
Donald Trump attempted to pacify citizens by signing an executive order declaring families should be kept together. But the Trump administration has still to reunite around 2,000 children with their parents. AP
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Donald Trump attempted to pacify citizens by signing an executive order declaring families should be kept together. But the Trump administration has still to reunite around 2,000 children with their parents. AP
Thousands marched in New York shouted "shame" and joined protesters in the Brooklyn Bridge. Reuters
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Thousands marched in New York shouted "shame" and joined protesters in the Brooklyn Bridge. Reuters
Singer John Legend joined the protests in Los Angeles. He asked the people to resist the temptation to disengage. Reuters
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Singer John Legend joined the protests in Los Angeles. He asked the people to resist the temptation to disengage. Reuters
Thousands marched towards the US Capitol and raised slogans like' I do care' referring to Melania Trump's jacket which caused controversy. Reuters
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Thousands marched towards the US Capitol and raised slogans like' I do care' referring to Melania Trump's jacket which caused controversy. Reuters