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East Palestine Residents Chanted “No More Joe” Ahead of Trump Arrival

On Tuesday, November 3rd, 2020, hundreds of East Palestine, Ohio residents took to the streets to protest the upcoming arrival of President Donald Trump in their town. Demonstrators chanted “No more Joe,” a reference to the Democratic presidential nominee, Joe Biden. The protest was organized by local activists and was supported by many in the community.

The protest was held in response to President Trump’s visit to the town to rally support for his re-election campaign. The President’s visit was met with a great deal of opposition from East Palestine residents, many of whom have been adversely affected by his policies.

The protest was peaceful, with demonstrators holding up signs and chanting slogans such as “No more Joe” and “Trump out!” The demonstrators also called for an end to racism, police brutality, and the Trump administration’s immigration policies.

The protest was organized by local activists and was supported by many in the community. East Palestine is a small town of about 3,000 people, and many of the protesters were members of the community.

The protest was an expression of discontent with President Trump’s policies and the way he has handled the COVID-19 pandemic. East Palestine has been hit hard by the virus, with the town’s infection rate far exceeding the state average.

The protest was a powerful display of dissent against President Trump’s policies and his visit to the town. The demonstrators made it clear that they are not in favor of the President’s policies and that they are ready to vote for a different candidate in the upcoming election.

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