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Women in pink "pussyhats" flooded into Washington by the train-load Saturday for a massive rights march set to draw hundreds of thousands in defiance of America's hardline new president, Donald Trump. According to Washington's deputy mayor Kevin Donahue, organizers have upped their initial turnout estimate from 200,000 to 500,000 people faced with the early morning flood of protesters. Trump's defeated rival Hillary Clinton tweeted her support to the crowds massed near Washington's National Mall, preparing to march on the White House led by celebrity participants including Scarlett Johansson and Michael Moore.
By Jeff Mason and Roberta Rampton WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. President Donald Trump plans to visit CIA headquarters on Saturday in what could be an effort to mend fences after he criticized spy agencies for their investigation into Russian hacking during the presidential election. White House spokesman Sean Spicer said on Twitter than more than 300 people would attend the event at the Central Intelligence Agency, based in Langley, Virginia. "Excited to thank the men and women of the intelligence community," Spicer said.