Italian anti-Trump protesters rally ahead of president's trip

Protesters have taken to the streets of Rome to voice their opposition to US President Trump's visit to the country.

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    Protesters have taken to the streets of Rome to voice their opposition to US President Trump's visit to the country.

    On Wednesday, he will meet Pope Francis, with whom he had clashed over a number of issues during his election campaign.

    The visit marks Trump’s first time at the Vatican as president.

    Al Jazeera's Mohammed Jamjoom reports from Rome.


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