Anti-Trump protesters return to the Loop as president marks one month in office

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CHICAGO -- A "Protest to Stop the Trump Agenda" marking the one-month anniversary of the Trump administration brought a large group of protesters appearing to number in the thousands to the Loop Sunday afternoon, as a coalition of groups continue to demonstrate against the president's actions on issues ranging from immigration to the environment.

Buses and traffic were rerouted as protesters rallied outside Trump Tower before marching to the Federal Plaza in downtown Chicago around 1 p.m.

In a release announcing the demonstration, groups representing a wide range of interests planned to participate, including Black Lives Matter, LGBTQ, environmentalists against the Dakota Access Pipeline, immigrants, and anti-war groups, among others.

Demonstrators say they plan another protest for Monday as part of a "Not My Presidents Day" rally.

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