'This is me pointing out the warning signs you taught me to look out for' - Hundreds protest in Dublin over Trump's immigration policy
Hundreds of people have turned up in protest at the US Embassy in Dublin to protest against US President Donald Trump's immigration ban.
The United Against Racism demonstration took place outside the US Embassy in Ballsbridge.
Richard Boyd Barrett of the Anti-Austerity Alliance/People Before Profit was among those in attendance, along with Green Party TD Eamon Ryan.
The Executive Director of Amnesty International Ireland Colm O'Gorman addressed the crowd saying he was concerned over Trump's immigration policy.
Hundreds of members of the public held signs in protest.
"Land of the free? Home of the brave? Prove it," one read.
“This is an anti-Trump, anti-racist and pro America demonstration”. Protest against Trump at the US Embassy in Ballsbridge, Dublin pic.twitter.com/KLc4M9ZeQz— Steve Cummins (@Steve_Cummins) February 2, 2017
"This is me pointing out the warning signs that you taught me to look out for," read another.
Six-year-old Findley Crowley held a sign saying "Handcuffing five-year-olds at Dulles is child abuse, not good governance".
Signs also called on Taoiseach Enda Kenny to cancel his St Patrick's day visit to the US to meet President Donald Trump.