As soon as Donald Trump was elected US President with a 2% smaller share of the popular vote than his Democratic rival Hilary Clinton and following a controversial electoral campaign in which he vowed to reverse many of the liberal advances achieved by his predecessor Barack Obama, appalled citizens began to come together to express their outrage and protest against his policies. Some 500,000 people took part in a Women's March in Washington DC the day after Trump's inauguration, which had been attended by far smaller crowds. Efforts by activists up and down the country to pressure their representatives and demonstrate have come to be known as the Trump Resistance Movement. They can count among their successes Trump's failure to pass healthcare reform that would deprive millions of poor people of aid and the collapse of his efforts to ban citizens from arbitrarily chosen foreign countries. Peg this tea towel out on your washing line and demonstrate your street cred.