Anti-Trump Protest

Brian Meyer, WBFO NEWS

Buffalo has seen its fair share of protests the past few months in response to President Trump's policies and actions. Saturday afternoon at Niagara Square, people gathered in support.

From Wendy Diina's Facebook page

Hundreds of thousands of demonstrators participated in the Women's March in Washington Saturday that brought together all genders, ages and races. 

Dr. John Long

Nearly as many people are expected in the nation’s capital to protest Donald Trump as there are to attend his inauguration. Among the 250,000 people who received a ticket to the event is a World War II veteran from Western New York who is proud to have defended the rights of protestors, but upset by politicians choosing not to attend.


WBFO's Mike Desmond

Social media isn't always the best place for political conversations, but Sunday afternoon hundreds showed up at Niagara Square in unity because of it.

WBFO News photo by Eileen Buckley

A small protest against the Presidential election of Donald Trump was staged in Bidwell Parkway at Elmwood Thursday. WBFO's senior reporter Eileen Buckley talked to protesters who say they wanted to show solidarity and "spread love."