Employees from the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) and other federal agencies in Kentucky took to the streets on Thursday to vent their anger at the federal government shutdown.
Holding banners and shouting, "The shutdown has got to go," they demonstrated outside the IRS centre in Covington.
The protest came on the 20th day of the partial government shutdown, a result of a bitter budget standoff between the White House and Congressional Democrats over funding for a U.S.-Mexico border wall, a signature campaign promise made by President Donald Trump.
The shutdown is paralyzing nine cabinet-level departments and dozens of agencies as well as jobs and paychecks of some 800,000 federal employees.
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