Trump Protesters Hold 'Mock Funeral' For US Presidency

February 18, 15:43 EST

     Demonstrators are taking to the streets in New York City to protest President Trump, including a man dressed up as the 16th president, Abraham Lincoln.

Video posted to social media on Saturday showed protesters at a "mock funeral" for the U.S. presidency, according to ABC News. Clad mainly in black, they chanted "Down with Trump," and carried signs that showed the upside-down images of past presidents.

      The social service authorities in Sweden thought her marriage is completely outrageous and took it to the justice system.

But the judge does not think there is anything wrong with it, since she was brought up with another religious and cultural perception of what is right and wrong.

In addition, the girl, according to court, is precocious for her age and early matured, so the court does not see anything wrong.

This means that Sweden now approves of Sharia law. The court looks through the fingers with sexual relations concerning Muslim minors, and approves of the pregnancy in a child's marriage where the girl is only 14 years old. This is a verdict that may set a precedent for further introduction of Sharia law in Sweden.

     A few of the demonstrators held up a prop tomb stone that read: "The American Presidency ... April 30, 1789 to January 20, 2017."

Trump himself is nowhere near New York, but rather Florida, where he is scheduled to hold a rally in the evening. But, according to reports, Trump won't escape protesters when he speaks in Melbourne.

The Story Was Originally Published Here On Washington Examiner By Daniel Chaitin