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>> Protesters clogging the streets of Washington, Saturday, in a mass show of opposition to President Trump the day after he enters the White House.>> I'm Andy Sullivan in Washington where hundreds of thousands of pink hatted women and more than a few men are gathered here on the National Mall.
The same place where Donald Trump took office yesterday. Safe to say, the mood is celebratory. People are happy. They're excited to be out here. A sharp contrast to what we saw at the protests on Friday. People were angry, sometimes spilling over into violence.>> In the White House, Trump vowing to cut off funds to Planned Parenthood and aiming to overturn a Supreme Court decision that legalized abortion.
Several women I spoke to voicing their concern.>> Worried about healthcare. I'm worried about what's gonna happen with our economy.>> The way he talks about women. The way he talks about different religions. The way he treats people. He's a bully. And that's not what our America stands for.
>> Many marchers chartering buses to converge on Washington from across the country. One woman I spoke with coming from as far as Idaho.>> I drove through a blinding snowstorm. And then I flew here. Took me so long. But it's so worth it because this is so powerful.
>> Feminist icon, Gloria Steinem and Senator Elizabeth Warren, among those whipping up the crowd which appeared to be at least as large as the number of people who came out for Trump's inauguration>> Washington subway system straining to handle the flood of protesters, reporting greater ridership on Saturday than on the day Trump was sworn in.
>> The delays on the Metro, it was kinda interesting. Cuz he'd say sorry folks, there's a train, we're so busy, we're crowded. Everybody would go yay, just cuz there's so many people here.>> Other protest marches taking place across the country in cities like Boston, Chicago, Dallas, and Los Angeles.
Protests also taking place across the globe from Tokyo to London.>> I've been in Washington for five separate inaugurals. There's almost always protests. But I've never seen anything like this. It's yet another reminder that Trump's taking office with the lowest approval ratings of any incoming president in modern history, shows he's got a lot of work to do if he wants to unite the country.