This time it was a "March for Truth".
Thousands of protestors are calling for an independent probe into the Trump administration's possible ties to the Russian government at "March for Truth" rallies across the United States on Saturday.
Competing rallies, connected by the same focus: U.S. President Donald Trump. One of the Watergate prosecutors even said Trump is headed to the same fate as president Nixon.
In New York, protesters gathered in Foley Square and heard from numerous speakers, including Hamilton star Javier Muñoz and Rep. Jerrold Nadler. "I mean, this affects our constitution".
Demonstrators take part in the March for Truth rally on the National Mall in Washington, D.C., June 3, 2017.
Besides the special counsel designated by the Justice Department to investigate Russia's attempt to interfere in the USA elections, the protest organisers demand the creation of an independent commission like the one that investigated the September 11, 2001 attacks against the US.
Meanwhile, in Washington, a smaller group estimated between several dozen and several hundred Trump supporters gathered for a "Pittsburgh not Paris" event to applaud the president's Thursday decision to withdraw from the 2015 Paris Agreement climate pact.
The crowd gathered to celebrate the President's decision to withdraw the US from the Paris Climate Agreement. A "Pittsburgh, not Paris" rally is being held in Lafayette Square across from the White House in celebration of the USA withdrawal from the Paris climate accord. "That's why we're marching on Saturday".
"When he mentioned Pittsburgh, it touched my heart", Vincent Fusca said of Trump's use of Fusca's hometown.
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Note: By choosing to attend this event, you are acknowledging the risks involved, and you are committing to participate nonviolently and in accordance with the law, and to work to de-escalate confrontations with opposing persons or others. Critics quickly noted the voters of Pittsburgh supported Trump's rival, Hillary Clinton, by a large margin.
"'America first" and "Make America Great Again' is exactly what he campaigned on".
"The fact that this man could be president for four years scares me to death", he said. "So, we will rise together to call for a complete, fair and impartial investigation, for the pursuit of truth, and for the restoration of faith in our electoral system and the Office of the Presidency". So for me, the investigation is about Russian Federation, of course, and the myriad connections between Trump's people and Russian Federation, but it's also about fact versus fiction.
Sharp political passions over President Donald Trump's withdrawal from the Paris climate accord and his links to Russian Federation brought people onto the streets of cities around the globe on Saturday, mostly to condemn but some to praise him.
"It's important for everyone to get out in the street and stand against the lies".
"So we want to thank all those who support Agent Orange for coming to our rally today because we welcome all", she said in front of a crowd of onlookers.
Anne Bedrick of New Rochelle, New York, carried an upside down American flag, which she said symbolized "a country in distress".
As if to drive the point home further that truth is needed, journalist Alejandro Alvarez spoke to two other Trump supporters at the White House, one of whom claimed that "CNN is ISIS" (they're not). Everything, from the environment to immigration, to women's rights and health care.
"I firmly believe that the success of the resistance depends on the intersectionality of all our movements", Mendoza told ABC News via email.