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Presidential protests started out Tuesday with a bust — literally.
Two topless, chanting women were arrested Tuesday morning for causing a disturbance at the New York City polling place where Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump votes. Trump was not in the room when the incident occurred.
Video footage of the arrests at the polling site on Manhattan's East Side were posted on Twitter by the deputy style director of People magazine, Sharon Clott Kanter.
The women, who were wearing jeans, were chanting "Out of our polls Trump, out of our polls Trump," according to NBC New York.
The chants "sounded like 'get your b***s out of my p***,' " Kanter tweeted.
The press office of the New York City Police Department said a 28-year-old from Seattle and a 30-year-old from Montreal were the two women taken into custody.
The NYPD said the women were given a summons for violating New York election law.