At Philly campaign office, women protest Trump behavior

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Seth Kaufer poses for a photo with Donald Trump. (Photo provided by Seth Kaufer)

Seth Kaufer poses for a photo with Donald Trump. (Photo provided by Seth Kaufer)

Opponents of Donald Trump’s candidacy for president staged a protest outside one of his Philadelphia campaign offices Tuesday. 

Armed with chalk to write messages on the sidewalk, several dozen Trump protesters showed up at the office on South Street to demonstrate their displeasure with several recent events in the Republican’s campaign.  

Trump’s bragging about kissing and groping women without their consent on a tape from 2005 that recently surfaced makes her feel like her body doesn’t belong to her, said Emma Boorboor.

“I’m made to feel that way by a man on the street yelling at me like I’m just here for his pleasure or by a politician who thinks he should be in control of my medical choices as a woman,” she said, referring to Trump’s stance against abortion.

Kathleen O’Donnell said she’s hoping Republicans in the region will abandon their nominee.

“I want to send a message to the GOP that they need to repudiate him, and to him I want to say, ‘Stop it,'” she said.

No one was in the Trump office at the time of the protest to respond.

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