Brooke Baldwin, who covered Trump's inauguration for CNN, calls the back-to-back days "emotional whiplash."
The co-presidents of the Women's March appeared on "The View" Monday to discuss the controversy around the organization — and things got heated with co-host Meghan McCain.
On Tuesday, Chrissy excitedly shared a care package stocked with goodies from NASA. The gifts included astronaut food, a tiny baby beanie for newborn Miles, and a child-sized spacesuit for Luna.
Everyone who participated in the Women’s March had a reason. Olivia Wilde just shared hers. This morning she posted a new pic of her 3-month-old daughter, Daisy. Wilde has been an outspoken critic of President Trump and has used her Instagram roll to encourage others to join the fight against him and his policies.
President Donald Trump is responding to Madonna‘s Women’s March speech. In his second interview since becoming commander-in-chief, which aired Thursday evening, Trump called out the songstress for her rousing oration during which she stated that she’s “thought an awful lot about blowing up the White House,” and dropped three f-bombs. Addressing the opposing members of the march, Madonna, 58, was clear on her feelings that this moment is “the beginning of a much-needed change.” She followed up the statement with a comparison between violence and peaceful protest.
One busy momma-to-be! A very pregnant Amber Tamblyn met up with her Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants costars Blake Lively and America Ferrera at two Women’s Marches on Saturday, January 21. The expectant 33-year-old actress wore an oversize light gray sweatshirt that showed off her pregnant belly, along with a bright pink Planned Parenthood knit cap (Tamblyn even matched her nail polish color to the cap!).
Is love back in the air for Padma Lakshmi and ex Adam Dell? The 46-year-old Top Chef host attended Saturday’s Women’s March on Washington — with Dell and their daughter Krishna, who turns 7 on Feb. 20. While a spokesperson for Lakshmi had no comment to PEOPLE about the romance, Lakshmi fueled rumors by sharing a rare shot of Dell to her Instagram account on Saturday.
Madonna was among the many high-profile celebrities who delivered speeches at the Women’s March in Washington, D.C., Saturday, but her profanity-ridden, confrontational speech raised a few eyebrows. After stating that she’s “thought an awful lot about blowing up the White House” and dropping three f-bombs, the 58-year-old singer took to Instagram to clear up any confusion. “My speech began with ‘ I want to start a revolution of love.’ I then go on to take this opportunity to encourage women and all marginalized people to not fall into despair but rather to come together and use it as a starting point for unity and to create positive change in the world,” she wrote.
Massive crowds of women across the country participated in various Women’s Marches on Saturday to protest the election of Donald Trump, and now the 45th president has responded to their efforts. “Watched protests yesterday but was under the impression that we just had an election! Why didn’t these people vote?” he wrote on Sunday morning. Less than two hours later, Trump added a less fiery tweet that said he acknowledged citizens’ right to protest, a right protected by the First Amendment of the Constitution.
In stark contrast to yesterday’s inauguration of President Donald Trump, the streets of Washington, D.C., were flooded with hundreds of thousands of women, men, and children on Saturday in support of the Women’s March on Washington. The event started as a Facebook initiative posted by a Hawaiian woman sharing her despair over the election results with a small group of women, and it quickly blossomed into a national rallying cry for everyone to unite in support of immigrants, women and their reproductive rights, the LGBTQ community, and others whose freedoms are threatened under the current political climate. The event attracted some major star wattage as well. Scarlett Johansson, America Ferrera, Ashley Judd, and surprise guest Madonna were a few of the power speakers.
On Jan. 21, one day after Donald Trump takes office as president, more than 200,000 people are expected to participate in the Women’s March on Washington. Protest rallies are also planned across at least 30 cities nationwide, from Los Angeles to Washington, D.C. The purpose of the march is to send a bold message to the new administration and the world that women’s rights are human rights.