More Anti-trump Rallies Planned In U.s. Cities

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - A second consecutive day of protests against U.S. President Donald Trump's month-old administration will unfold on Friday in cities across the country, with activists urging Americans to skip work and school in a show of dissent.

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