They crowded the sidewalks as they marched down Flagler Street. They shouted all manner of anti-Donald Trump phrases. They marched over the Southern Boulevard bridge to President Donald Trump’s home in Palm Beach, the Mar-a-Lago, walking through dozens of pro-Trump demonstrators yelling at them. They finally arrived across the street from the house of the man who was the target of their rage -- yelling and chanting in front of riot police.
President Donald Trump’s motorcade on Sunday drove past more than a hundred protesters in West Palm Beach for the fifth time since he took office.
On Sunday, nearly 400 people turned out to protest a highly controversial billboard, which erected in Richmond, Va., last week by an "ex-gay" group, which believes that no one is born gay.