LOOK: Denver ‘Not My President’s Day’ protesters gather to rally against Trump

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Protesters spoke out against President Donald Trump on Monday in “Not My President’s Day” rallies across the U.S. and in Denver.

The Denver protest — which was one of many scheduled in cities across the country on the federal holiday — started at the State Capitol building Monday night.

The event was the latest of several demonstrations that have been organized in Denver since Election Day against Trump and his policies.

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