Protesters spell out 'Resist!' at Trump golf course near LA

Protesters spell out 'Resist!' at Trump golf course near LA

Trump National Golf Club is a public course owned by The Trump Organization.

Almost 200 demonstrators descended on the Trump National Golf Club in Rancho Palos Verdes on Saturday morning.

Saturday morning on the grounds of the Trump National Golf Club in Rancho Palos Verdes.

The crowd included babies as young as 1 1/2, young children and retirees, according to the L.A. Times.

In a protest against the president's policies, members of the political activist group Indivisible San Pedro and their friends and families spent 15 minutes spreading out to form letters that stood 30 feet tall, the Los Angeles Times reported.

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"In this aerial photo released by Indivisible San Pedro protesters spell out the word "RESIST!" on the Trump National Golf Los Angeles in Rancho Palos Verdes, Calif., Saturday, May 13, 2017. They're also urging Trump to release his tax returns.

You can not spell "release your taxes" as easily so we used "resist" to stand for what our ask is. 'It was just a way to express our love for the country'.

Warren said course officials and sheriff's deputies, who were called out to the scene, declined to intervene and watched from a balcony of the clubhouse.

Still, this isn't the first time protesters have invaded or vandalized a Trump golf property since Trump became president. Until recently members of Indivisible San Pedro have focused mainly on connecting with legislators through phone calls, emails, letters, and town halls, and joining various marches, according to Warren.

Warren said the event was peaceful.

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