US President Donald Trump ignores worldwide protest marches and addresses CIA

By Paul McGeough
Updated January 22 2017 - 5:13pm, first published 4:28pm
Hundreds of thousands of demonstrators march in support of the Women's March on Washington on Saturday. Photo: AP/Ross D. Franklin
Hundreds of thousands of demonstrators march in support of the Women's March on Washington on Saturday. Photo: AP/Ross D. Franklin
Women of all ages and walks of life took part in the Sydney march. Photo: Fiona Morris
Women of all ages and walks of life took part in the Sydney march. Photo: Fiona Morris
Demonstrators make their way through the streets holding posters during the Women's March in Barcelona. Photo: David Ramos
Demonstrators make their way through the streets holding posters during the Women's March in Barcelona. Photo: David Ramos

Washington: Now that's a counterpunch. Forever telling Americans that if he's punched, he'll counterpunch, Donald Trump woke from his first sleep at the White House to find the streets of the capital flooded with probably as many people protesting against him as were there on Friday to welcome his inauguration.

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