LGBTQ protesters hold 'dance party' in front of Ivanka Trump's home
Ivanka Trump got some unexpected visitors outside her home in Kalorama.
According to FOX News, protesters marched through the streets of Washington D.C., stopping to hold a dance party in front of her house.
On Saturday, LGBTQ activists hosted the event, dubbed the Queer Dance Party for Climate Justice, to protest President Trump's decision to roll back environmental regulations and cut EPA funding.
The event page reads, in part, "The entire Trump Administration has shown a blatant disregard for our planet and its inhabitants."
Click through images of the protest here:
The posting goes on to blast the administration for removing questions about LGBTQ Americans from the 2020 census and revoking protections for LGBTQ government employees.
Many of the protesters also carried signs, saying things like "C'mon, Ivanka, let's get natural" and "Stop funding fossils."
It's unclear if Ivanka Trump or members of her family were home at the time.
But, according to WUSA, protesters were kept off the property with police tape, barricades and armed agents.