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Rosie O'Donnell hasn't exactly been shy about her disdain for Donald Trump (understandable, considering he devotes a fair amount of his time to insulting her), and now she's heading to Washington to protest.
The Hill reports that O'Donnell will lead a rally outside the White House on Tuesday called the "Resistance Address." And while the actress has plenty of personal reasons to dislike Trump (remember when he called her a pig?), this rally is specifically about standing up for women's rights, the LGBT community, immigrants, and people of color. In other words, the people being directly impacted by Trump's discriminatory policies.
The protest—which will feature the ACLU, MoveOn.org, Food & Water Watch, National Nurses United and Our Revolution—will take place a few hours before Trump's Congressional address.