In an unprecedented move by a former first family, the eldest daughter of Barack Obama has decided to formally protest President Trump.
She joined 100 others in a protest against the Dakota Access pipeline project, a project that Trump recently expedited through an executive order.
The Daily Mail reports:
The 18-year-old student, who will be heading off to Harvard University later this year, was one of approximately 100 people who gathered on Main Street at the Sundance Film Festival to let it be known how upset she was with President Trump’s plan to move forward with the controversial transport system.
The group braved the blistering cold and heavy snowfall as they held up signs reading ‘Exist. Resist. Rise.’ and ‘Impeach corporate control.’
That first sign expressed the group’s solidarity with Standing Rock Sioux Tribe, while the second expressed their displeasure with the Sundance Film Festival for allowing Chase Bank to be a sponsor of their event due to the fact that they are invested in the pipeline.
Here they are holding a sign in the brutal cold:
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