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21st Jan 2017

Hillary Clinton thanks participants of Women’s March

A long list of celebrities also spoke out and took part.

Megan Roantree

A long list of celebrities also spoke out and took part.

Today hundreds of thousands of people are participating in the Women’s March against Donald Trump’s presidency.

This marches are taking place all over the world, including in Ireland.

While people of all walks of life march in solidarity, one person who affected by Trump’s win in more way than one is Hillary Clinton.

She took to Twitter to thank people all over the world for taking part.

”Thanks for standing, speaking & marching for our values at Women’s March. Important as ever. I truly believe we’re always Stronger Together.” It read.

She also shared a stunning piece of art with the caption ‘Hope not Fear’.

No word yet on whether Hillary is taking part in any of the marches but numerous celebrities from Ariana Grande to Sir Ian McKellan are marching today.

”We the people, all the people.” Ariana Grande said on Instagram.

we the people all the people ????? #womensmarch

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March like everyone's watching

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Walking to the March this morning! We r ready! #WomensMarch

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Cher now in Washington

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Today we march

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