Thousands of people joined protests in cities across the UK last night against Trump’s travel ban of seven Muslim-majority countries.
They were also protesting Prime Minister Theresa May's insistence that a State visit by the President to the UK is still on later this year.
Those people who took to the streets did so peacefully. Chanting protests and holding signs aloft, there were no reports of violence or aggression against police, and everything seemed to go off without a hitch.
But some people couldn’t handle such a peaceful act of freedom of speech.
Those people, of course, included Piers Morgan:
And he wasn't the only one to have a seemingly loose grip on the role of a democracy: