Performing arts troupe joined protest against Donald Trump in California park
A dozen women dressed as witches and performed a 'hex' on the President
Group also signed slips calling on Trump to resign to be sent to the White House
A group of 'witches' have performed a hex on Donald Trump in an attempt to force him from office.
A dozen women from protest group Ground Zero Players danced around a cauldron while holding broomsticks during a march in San Diego, California, on April Fool's Day.
Activists at the march, called Fire the Fool, also signed pink pieces of paper calling on President Trump to step down which will be mailed to Washington.
A dozen women dressed as witches gathered in San Diego on April Fool's Day for a Fire the Fool march when they 'hexed' Donald Trump in an attempt to force him from office
'Trump is a fool, Trump is a clown, we are here to shut him down,' the marchers chanted, according to ABC 10 News.
Activist Mary Lou Finley told the news station: 'It's incredible that anyone could be so stupid as to do so many things that are hurtful to the American people.'
The women held broomsticks while marching around a cauldron, before signing pink slips calling on the President to resign (right) which will be mailed to Washington
In February dozens of protesters gathered outside Trump Tower in New York to cast a spell under the crescent moon at the stroke of midnight.
The incantation was designed to prevent the 45th President from doing harm while in office, and perhaps even force him out.
Social media was also flooded with images of people performing spells from within the comfort of their homes, including singer Lana Del Rey.
The occult practitioners have vowed to repeat the spell every crescent moon until Trump leaves office, with events scheduled for April 24 and May 23.
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