Indivisible Charleston plans protest during President Trump's visit to the area

Organizers call for a 'Yuge' gathering

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Protesters march through downtown Charleston in opposition of the election of President Donald Trump following the 2016 election - DUSTIN WATERS
  • Dustin Waters
  • Protesters march through downtown Charleston in opposition of the election of President Donald Trump following the 2016 election
In response to President Donald Trump’s recently confirmed visit to Charleston on Friday, local political organization Indivisible Charleston will follow through with plans to hold a demonstration.

According to the group’s general Facebook page (FB event page here), protesters will gather at a free speech zone near International Boulevard at the North Charleston Coliseum on Friday between 11 a.m. and 2 p.m. The protest will focus on demanding that the president release his tax returns, and those planning to attend are reminded “We are peaceful protesters. We come in peace.”

Organizers hope that they can make this gathering “Yuge” and send a message to President Trump during his visit to North Charleston.

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