Rally against desecration of Jewish cemetery

2 March - 41st day of Trump Presidency

Protesting desecration of Jewish cemetary
Gathering next to the Liberty Bell in downtown Philadelphia to demonstrate solidarity against the desecration of a Jewish cemetery.
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Two of the Trump women, Melania and Ivanka, reveal the utterly mercenary attitude of the Trump family. Melania sues The Daily Mail for a report that she says cost her a “once-in-a-lifetime” chance to profit off her high profile. Ivanka was distressed that her clothing line was doing poorly and both her father and spokesperson Kellyanne Conway advertised Ivanka's clothing, Conway doing so from the press briefing room with symbols of the room plainly visible behind her appeared to violate rules against profiting off of one's office. Conway was scolded. There apparently will be no further action taken.

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Ivanka Trump gave people the impression that she was a liberal who defended the LGBTQ population. But when the Trump Administration decided they didn't want to prevent discrimination against trans-gender students, suddenly, Ivanka was nowhere to be found, not even in anonymous statements.

From NPR (and the reason for today's rally): "Philadelphia police say approximately 100 headstones have been damaged at a Jewish cemetery in the northeastern part of the city." Film Clip from the rally.
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The Trump Administration attacks clean water rules. The World Health Organization explains why they're necessary.

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