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Protesters on Tuesday were not deterred after President Donald Trump tear-gassed a peaceful crowd gathered in front of the White House less than 24 hours earlier. Crowds packed the streets in front of Lafayette Park and St. John’s, the church Trump used as a backdrop for a photo and the reason he had protesters forcibly removed.

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Protesters hold a sign in front of St. John’s Church, where President Trump held his photo-op after tear gassing peaceful protesters.
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Protesters gathered in front of St. John’s Church.
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Protesters look through the fence erected by federal police Monday night around Lafayette Square, in front of the White House.
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Protesters line the fence now up around Lafayette Park.
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View of peaceful protesters from Vermont Ave., gathered at the edge of Lafayette Park.
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Protesters gathered in front of St. John’s Church.