Anti-Trump activists pulled together in a bizarre attempt to take down President Trump – through art.
The brain behind the project is Shia LaBeouf, who launched the performance art piece as a "four-year chant".
Mr LaBeouf has invited everyone to place themselves in front of a stationary webcam in New York City and say the words "he will not divide us" to a camera.
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Will Smith's son Jaden was even spotted adding his voice to the strange anti-Trump mantra.
According to the website of the movement, people can say the phrase as many times as they wish.
Mr LaBeouf wants the words to become a mantra that "act as a resistance or insistence, opposition or optimis,, guided by the spirit of each individual participant and the community".
The eccentric film actor has previously become well-known for livestreaming projects, such as spending 24 hours in an elevator in Oxford or watching his entire filmography in a cinema.
The camera is set to be livestream the wall and its participants for the next four years – 24 hours a day, seven days a week – or the duration of the presidency.
Will Smith's son Jaden even joined in on the art project
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Other protests that also caught the eye of liberal activists was a free marijuana giveaway
The idea is that it will become a mantra that acts as a show of resistance or insistence
Shia LaBeouf's art project
Other protests that also caught the eye of liberal activists was a free marijuana giveaway event just 30 minutes from Mr Trump's inauguration.
A group called the DC Cannabis Coalition (DCMJ) handed out 4,200 joints for free in an event called ‘Trump 420’ – a reference to the global 'cannabis celebration' on April 20.
The organizers behind the giveaway says the "inauguration joint" is to push for a "federal legalization of weed".
However, it remains to be seen whether act projects or drug give-aways can topple Mr Trump.