This evening at Cardiff, Queens Street, a group of protestors under the event name 'Stop Trump' came together to 'stand up and say no' to 'hatred' and 'racism'.
The protest was organised following the announcement of the debate in parliament, to whether or not Donald Trump will be allowed a state visit to the UK. The protest involved many who wanted to ban him and many who simply wanted to resist his ideas.
On the Facebook event page, nearly 2,000 people were interested in the event and around 800 said they were attending.
The page said 'We are calling for a nationwide day of action to stand up and say no to the future of hatred, racism and division that Donald Trump is trying to create – and to say no to the disgraceful complicity of Theresa May and the British government in supporting him.'
During the protest and march, the protestors chanted 'Say it loud - say it clear - refugees are welcome here.' and 'No Trump - no KKK - no fascist USA.'
In an interview with Adam Johannes, who was the event organiser, we asked why he felt it was important to protest against Trump. He told us 'What happens elsewhere has an impact here.' Saying that the U.S is the most powerful country in the world, that their decisions have a global affect.
When asked about the ban, Adam said 'We don't think our government should be honouring him. We believe our government should be distancing itself from Donald Trump, saying: actually your policies are aberrant.
'We don't want to be associated with them, you're a disgrace. We want you to lift the ban on citizens from Muslim countries now, we want you to stop scapegoating migrants. We think we should be sending this message to Donald Trump, not: we love you - come over to our country.'
Though many were for banning Trump and many were for resisting, some people we interviewed said: it wasn't about what Trump had said but what he was doing.
As the protestors marched through Queens Street, their chanting was a call for the reistance of racism and to stand against Trump's ideas and policies.
We reported on a related story earlier in the day. To read it, click here.
Photos by Gareth Willey.