Chelsea Clinton Just Took Her Two-Year-Old Daughter To Her First Protest March

Hillary Clinton's daughter just took her child on her first protest march, and we think there might be another Clinton presidential candidate in the making.

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Chelsea Clinton has politics in her blood. After all, her father was the President of the US for eight years while her mother was a recent Presidential candidate and former Secretary of State.

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So, it makes sense the 36-year-old is making sure her two-year-old daughter, Charlotte, is getting that Rodham-Clinton fire under her belly at an early age.

We've already noted how Chelsea has stepped up her outspoken Twitter game as of late, and it looks like she's done it again.

Proving you're never too young to get your protest on, Chelsea brought her child along to the #IAmAMuslimToo March in New York, on Sunday.

She took to Twitter to post a picture of the march, revealing it was her daughter's first protest rally.

The march was co-hosted by Def Jam's Russell Simmons, together with the Foundation for Ethnic Understanding President Rabbi Marc Schneier and Jamaica Muslim Centre's Imam, Shamsi Ali.

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The march was in protest to Trump's recent Muslim ban and Islamophobia throughout the world.

During the march, New York's Governor Andrew Cuomo, spoke up about New Yorker's being bound by equality.

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Sikh Simran Jeet Singh spoke at the rally, accompanied by his young daughter, and tweeted a picture of the pair with the caption: 'I want a better, more loving world for our children.'

Linda Sarsour, one of the organisers of the Women's March, also spoke at the rally.

She said: 'I ask you, my fellow New Yorkers, that you commit to being part of the true, 'never-again' generation.

'That we, as New Yorkers, will not allow for our Muslim sisters and brothers, for our indigenous sisters and brothers, for our Jewish sisters and brothers, for our black sisters and brothers, for our LGTQIA sisters and brothers, to see the horrific things we saw in our past, today. Not on our watch,' she added.

Wise words.

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