Thousands of women are taking to the streets across the globe in ''sister marches'' against new U.S. President Donald Trump. Nathan Frandino reports.
Hundreds of thousands of women marching across the globe... all in solidarity against new U.S. President Donald Trump. The Women's March on Washington spreading in "sister marches" to countries ranging from Argentina to Australia to the United Kingdom. In London, march organizer Emma McNall says Trump will get no grace period after being sworn in on Friday. (SOUNDBITE) (English) ONE OF THE MARCH ORGANIZERS, EMMA MCNALLY, SAYING: "The very first day of his presidency is marked by international wave of protests that is historic. We have marches across 70 countries coming out today, so he has no honeymoon." ...Protesters speaking out against the new president's often angry, populist rhetoric. (sot?) Trump angered many liberal Americans with comments seen as demeaning to women, Mexicans and Muslims. Thousands of women also took to the streets of Sydney, London, Tokyo, New Delhi and other European and Asian cities. Trump has angered many people with comments seen as demeaning to women, Mexicans and Muslims, and worried some abroad with his vow to put "America First." In Buenos Aires, U.S. citizen Elisa Zacheis says her country made a mistake. (SOUNDBITE) (English) U.S. CITIZEN LIVING IN BUENOS AIRES, ELISA ZACHEIS, SAYING: "We elected a president who I don't think is good for the country and I feel like the people of the world need to stand with the people of the United States and stand up for what they believe is right." It's a feeling echoed by many at the day's marches... and a feeling that these protesters hope will spur action on behalf of women everywhere..