Clinton, the 2016 Democratic governmental candidate, tweeted a post from Slate on Sunday night that revealed images and videos of the huge crowds at Women’s Marches kept in Washington, DC, other American cities and globally, and included that the big turnout was boosting.
“zn-body __ paragraph”> On Saturday, the day of the real marches, Clinton tweeted her assistance and revealed her appreciation in genuine time.
“Thanks for standing, speaking &&marching for our worths,” Clinton tweeted from her main account Saturday early morning, tagging the Women’s March Twitter page. “Important as ever. I really think we’re constantly Stronger Together.”
Many ladies at the march directed Clinton’s project versus now-President Donald Trump. T-shirts emblazoned with the now-famous hearts welcoming Trump’s expression about Clinton, “Nasty Woman,” were spotted everywhere.