Chicago's Trump Tower has become one of the nation's biggest hotspots for protests against President Donald Trump -- and on Friday, seven of those protesters got arrested for doing just that.
According to Chicagoist, seven protesters affiliated with Greenpeace were arrested outside of Trump Tower after putting up a banner on the south side of the tower, facing the Chicago River. It was easily viewed from the river's harbor.
The "resist, defend" banner went up at about 2 p.m. and reportedly hung for around 30 minutes before it was taken down.
Check out video and photos of the banner below on Twitter.
The Trump administration is attacking our communities & our planet. We will #RESIST! Join the #SummerOfResistance >… https://t.co/EY3E1uFHua— Greenpeace USA (@Greenpeace USA)1499460284.0