The hashtag #ResistTrumpTuesdays trended Tuesday, as protests against President Trump's immigration policies and Cabinet nominees continued around the country. Protests took place in Brooklyn; Kansas City, Mo.; Miami; Minneapolis; New Brunswick, N.J.; Tucson; and Worcester, Mass., as well as outside of lawmakers' offices in Washington, D.C. In Brooklyn, thousands of protesters marched to the apartment building of U.S. Sen. Chuck Schumer (D-N.Y.) to demand that he reject President Trump's Cabinet picks. In Minneapolis, protesters gathered to object to Trump's ban on travelers from Muslim-majority countries. And in Tucson, a peaceful crowd outside John McCain's office urged the senator, who had called Trump's refugee ban a "self-inflicted wound in the fight against terrorism," to take action against the executive order.