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Protesters call for Trump's Impeachment

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Protesters gathered in dozens of cities in the United States to call for Trump's Impeachment on Sunday.

There were protests in Los Angeles, Austin, San Francisco, Philadelphia, New York City, Davenport, Texas, and other places.

People were chanting in San Francisco, saying "What do we want? Impeachment! When do we want it? Now!"

One supporter of the president in Austin said that "There's no reason at this point to impeach the president. He's committed no crimes. There's no reason, I don't think they understand what impeachment is."

While we can't say with 100% certainty that this supporter was wrong, there's a very good chance that they know exactly what impeachment is and that's exactly why they are calling for it.

U.S. Representative Al Green from Texas joined the protesters and said he was there today because he loves his country. "We cannot let others steal the notion that somehow they're more patriotic than we are. We are patriotic Americans," he said.

Rep. Brad Sherman from California said that "Every day, Democrats, Republicans, the entire world is shocked by the latest example of America's amateur president."

It's not known how many people took part of those rallies all together, but there is the chance that it was the biggest, greatest amount of people ever seen by mankind. Even if the photos are not showing it. That's a fact.

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