By Anica Padilla

DENVER (CBS4) — Democratic lawmakers joined Denver School Board Director Tay Anderson for a “Remove Trump Now” rally on Sunday. Demonstrator gathered at Denver’s South High School to demand the removal of President Donald Trump from office.

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Some cars had signs that read “Impeach Again” and “Trump has blood on his hands.”

People could join in person, tune in from their car, or participate virtually online.

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Colorado Attorney General Phil Weiser was among the speakers and  Congresswoman Diana DeGette sent a statement to be read at the the event.

Many who came out said the president incited the violence at the U.S. Capitol last Wednesday.

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The cars caravanned from South High School through Denver to Manual High School.

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Anica Padilla