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'Supergirl' Melissa Benoist to Trump: Don't try to grab my p**** its made of STEEL.

Donald Trump has officially become the 45th President of the United States. The transition of power between President Obama and President Trump has been making headlines around the world and reactions have ranged across the spectrum of emotions. Many celebrities have been posting their reactions on social media and Melissa Benoist has joined the conversation.

Melissa Benoist is known for playing Supergirl on The CW and used her superhero persona to express her thoughts on President Trump. Women’s March on Washington has organized peaceful protests all across the United States and Melissa Benoist joined the movement, with a strongly worded message for President Trump.

“Hey Donald, don’t try to grab my p**** – it’s made of STEEL”.



Beautiful crowd in Madison, WI.

Madison Police

Marchers now rallying at State Capitol. No significant problems or issues. MPD thanks all for being peaceful. #womensmarchmadison

Large crowd shows up at Lexington, KY march.

Lexington Police

Large crowd in downtown Lex for #WomensMarch. Limestone & Short Street currently shutdown and traffic on other streets will be affected.

60,000 show up in Sat. Paul

Just announced on MSNBC. Organizers were hoping for 20,000.

Too Many Show for Womens March to Actually March

Hundreds of thousands of people poured into Washington Saturday for the Women’s March, a larger-than-expected crowd determined to mount a roaring rejoinder to the inaugural gathering for Donald Trump one day earlier,” the Washington Post reports.

“By mid-afternoon, organizers had decided the crowd was too big to formally march to the White House, although protesters were already on the move and speakers were still exhorting them to head toward the Ellipse.”

Associated Press: “While there will be no formal march led from the protest stage near the Capitol, the crowd is still expected to move toward the Ellipse, an area of the National Mall in front of the White House.”


Huge crowds in Northern California as well. This is amazing.

I'm not old enough to see the civil right and anti-Vietnam War marches, but this has to be just as big. Thousands showing up in San Jose, Oakland and San Francisco. I have no words....

Final Logan trailer released.

Is it me, or did Melania unhappy to be so close to Agent Orange?

Lends some credence to my belief that she would have left him if Hillary had won.

Alt-right leader punched in face during TV interview

Richard Spencer, a prominent alt-right activist and white nationalist, was punched Friday during an interview amid Inauguration Day protests.

Spencer was speaking to ABC News Washington bureau chief Zoe Daniel when a demonstrator struck him across the face.

The alt-right figure responded on Twitter shortly after the incident, saying there was “no serious damage” done, and that he could “take a punch.”

Spencer is the president of the white nationalist National Policy Institute, and has drawn national attention in recent months for his support for President Trump. Spencer said last month that he was considering a congressional bid.

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