20 Fantastic International Resistance Signs from Trump's First Foreign Trip as President

Trump's first foreign trip, which began Saturday in Saudi Arabia, was also attended by Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross, who shared a curious observation about their Saudi excursion upon his return to the U.S. Monday. "There was not a single hint of a protester anywhere there during the whole time we were there. Not one guy with a bad placard," he gushed in a CNBC interview

He's probably glad he returned when he did. From Tel Aviv to Taormina, protesters took to the streets as Trump stomped through their countries, shoving and name-calling in his own inimitable fashion.  

Here are 20 of our favorite signs from the myriad resistance protests this week: 

Amazing posters somebody put up all over #telaviv #impeachtrump

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#trumpnotwelcome hello @thierrybrunfaut

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‪#Trumpnotwelcome #trumpinbrussels ‬#brussels #greenpeace #nato #Bruxelles #Trump #belgique

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Proteste #Greenpeace al G7 di Taormina #ansag7, #g7, taormina, #taormina, g7, #G7taormina http://bit.ly/2rVlfWO

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Taormina | G7 #g7 #taormina #cop21 #climatechange #environment #oxfam #trump #taormina #sicily

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