100 Days of Trump Resistance: the Wins So Far and Battles to Come

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It’s not just by chance that Donald Trump’s first 100 days have been so underwhelming. The president’s failure to pass healthcare reform, to ban people from entering the country, and arguably to achieve anything of note (beyond his supreme court justice) is down, in no small part, to the efforts of hundreds of thousands of people across the country.

Activists have pressured their representatives, held mass demonstrations and scrambled to protect those at risk in a rollercoaster few months. Trump has until January 2021 to turn things around, but there seems little sign of the resistance fading away.

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From the women’s marches, to airport protests, to packed town hall meetings, millions of Americans have been seeking out ways to curb what they see as the damaging actions of an unpredictable regime. In the process, they’ve begun to lay the foundations for a new era of grassroots activism that’s becoming one of the defining news stories of the Trump era.

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