Whether President Donald Trump likes it or not — and he definitely doesn’t — his first 100 days as commander-in-chief have been defined by The Resistance. The mass activist movement has brought together those who oppose Trump’s leadership, and marginalized communities most impacted by the president’s policies are at the helm.
Since Trump’s inauguration, protesting has become a regular weekend activity. Young people now call their senators more than their parents. City streets are continuously flooded with snarky protest signs, cheeky chants, and serious concern for the direction of the country.
We’re in a massive moment of nationwide activism. And that’s something Trump can’t ignore.
The president has called the popular 100-day threshold an “artificial barrier” and a “meaningless standard.” But the first 100 days of Trump’s America have shown activists what they’re up against — and they’re still not backing down.