The Hollywood A-lister was seen lifting a brutal placard, emblazoned with “Rise Against Trump”, condemning his chief advisors as “promoters of homelessness”, a “czar of disease and death” and the “grand master harasser”.
The 79-year-old proudly marched beside thousands who have taken to the streets of Los Angeles to fight back at President Donald Trump’s stance on race, ethnicity, gender, religion, immigration and health care, following his inauguration last night.
Earlier this week, Jane called for all celebrities to speak out against “Predator-In-Chief” Donald Trump, 70, while appearing on Real Time with Bill Maher.
“What celebrities can do is that they can bring attention to things that wouldn’t normally get attention,” she told the host, and today she did just that.
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Celebrities slamming Donald Trump
Fri, January 20, 2017
From Meryl Streep to George Clooney, here's what the celebrities have to say about President-elect Donald Trump.
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What celebrities can do is that they can bring attention to things that wouldn’t normally get attention
Jane was pictured championing the fight alongside Miley, 24, who shimmied her way down the Los Angeles streets, smothered in the logo of her admirable charity The Happy Hippy Foundation, which supports homeless members of the LGBTQ community.
The singer was surrounded by hundreds of women, each with their fists in the air, as she told HollywoodLife.com that she sends nothing but “love” to the new commander-in-chief.
The world stood still today as marches ensued in major cities across the globe. Thousands of protestors drowned the Washington streets with placards emblazoned with slogans such as “Make America Compassionate Again” and “We Live in Trumpled Times”.
Jane was joined by Miley Cyrus at the Los Angeles Women's March
Jane and Miley marched alongside thousands of protestors to fight back at President Donald Trump
Madonna’s shocking rant was laced with numerous expletives, but finished with a no nonsense “f*** you” to the 45th President of the United States.
In London, singer Lily Allen, 31, sang a protest song to audiences gathered outside the Grosvenor Square while chaos erupted nearby with fights breaking out in the capital’s Oxford Circus.
In Cardiff, Charlotte Church, 30 – who refused to sing at Trump’s inauguration – carried a placard, which read: “I didn't come from your rib, you came from my vagina", appearing to dismiss the Bible's story of how Eve was created from Adam's rib bone.