Thousands march in downtown Los Angeles for Congress to impeach President Donald Trump, by far the largest of dozens of similar, smaller marches planned in dozens of U.S. cities. Mana Rabiee reports.
'Impeach Donald Trump'. That was the message in downtown Los Angeles Sunday -- by thousands of protesters who want Congress to remove the Republican president fro office. It was by far the largest crowd -- among dozens of so-called "March to Impeach" rallies planned across the U.S. Including in Chicago - where protesters were angry over the Republican healthcare bill and accused Trump of corroding the democratic process. (SOUNDBITE) (English) PROTESTER Pam Johnson SAYING: "How do you fight crazy? You can't fight crazy. Crazy got to be locked up!" Small rallies were held in San Diego, Atlanta, Seattle, and Philadelphia -- to name a few. In LA, Trump's SUPPORTERS held their own counter rally outside LAPD headquarters. SOUNDBITE: English: RAUL RODRIGUEZ JR., SUPPORTS DONALD TRUMP, SAYING: "If the democrats don't like that Trump got elected, oh well, get over it! The election is over with- suck it up." Congress and a special counsel are investigating possible ties between the Trump administration and Russian meddling in the U.S. presidential election. Trump calls the probes a "witch hunt" , saying reports of possible collusion are "phony".