400,000 of these people marched in New York, NYC mayor Bill de Blasio tweeted.
D.C. and LA each had at least 500,000 participants, Chicago had more than 150,000, and Denver and Boston surpassed 100,000, USA Today reports.
Women left their signs outside the White House at the Washington D.C. march, as a lingering reminder of their voices for President Trump and his advisors.
Trump adviser Kellyanne Conway said on CBS’s Face the Nation that Trump "didn’t divide the country, but as president he has a great opportunity to help heal and unify it."
This article was originally published on January 21 at 1:25 p.m. EDT.
They just turned up the next day.
Today, according to multiple sources, women (and men) came out in record-breaking numbers for the for the historical Women's March on Washington. This is the largest inaugural protest in U.S. history.
It's still too early to tally exact numbers, but according to the Associated Press, an estimated 500 thousand have already descended upon the National Mall.