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President Trump Returns Home To NYC, Anti-Unite The Right Protesters Meet Him With 'What's Good?'

The "not my president" president was welcomed home with rancor.

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They say you can never go home.

Welp, President Donald Trump certainly came home to that rude awakening when he returned to his posh Manhattan skyscraper and was met with chaos: a huge group of anti-Unite the Right protesters yelling, “Not my president!”

According to the Associated Press, other chants included: “Shame, shame, shame!” and “Stop the hate, stop the lies!”  

Trump was under fire over the weekend for what many felt was a tepid response to the terror attack in Charlottesville.

While Trump did eventually directly scold white supremacists groups by calling them “criminals and thugs” and saying, “racism is evil,” for many, it was too little too late. Trump was criticized for not stepping up immediately and folks even criticized his use of a teleprompter when he finally did speak.

Everything came to a head when it was announced that he'd be returning to his Manhattan Trump Tower and everyone suspected that he would be returning to angry protesters. Thanks to many early birds, it was assured that he would be returning to just that. Joy-Ann Reid posted footage of protesters heading down 6th Avenue with Trump Tower as their final destination:



Protesters heading 6th Avenue now. Destination Trump Tower. A post shared by Joy-Ann Reid (@joyannreid) on

Thousands of protesters far and wide gathered around Trump Tower, condemning the president:

It's all about anti-hate, and folks ain't here to play!

Oh, and just in case you thought white supremacists could steal our joy? Think again!



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