Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren, Senator Ed Markey, Attorney General Maura Healey, Boston Mayor Marty Walsh were among others who spoke at the rally for the Boston Women's March For America that drew over 125,000 citizens & then they led the march through Boston’s historical Back Bay. The Women's March For America event included 600 marches in cities globally that included 7 continents & over 1 million marchers participated nationwide. All the leaders & celebrities sent an important & unified message to Trump that we believe in basic dignity, respect & equal rights for every person in this country & that we are committed to fighting back against bigotry in all its forms. Massachusetts Attorney General Maura Healey stated, “We need to act to build on & protect the progress we’ve made in our communities, throughout Massachusetts & across the nation. I’m thrilled to stand with you in this historic march for our shared values & priorities.” The Trump administration has yet to make a statement or reacted to the Women's March For America events. Instead his press secretary lashed out at the media for reporting the truth about the actual audience size of Trump’s presidential inaugural speech event which was reported as the smallest attendance in decades. Perhaps when it comes to this new administration only size matters & if you have a larger audience, larger popular vote or any other statistic greater than Trump, you just don’t exist.