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From the beginning, the demonstrators on Thursday were flanked and followed by well over 100 police officers, including members of the Strategic Response Group, plainclothes officers, bicycle police, police on motor scooters, and an NYPD helicopter.
A pair of New Yorkers hoping to pay a visit to the Statue of Liberty last month say they were ordered by federal employees to change out of their "Abolish ICE" t-shirts.
Around 25,000 turned up at the march and rally, held in protest of Trump's immigration policy and the forcible separation of families seeking asylum in the U.S.
Washington was one of the thousands who turned up for the rally against separation and detention of migrant families.
Mayor Bill de Blasio on Friday joined the growing list of Democrats who've publicly signaled their support for abolishing ICE.
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