New York City Burger Den Burger King joins the fight against Trump

New York’s Burger King and Burger King Canada are teaming up to help the anti-Trump protests in their hometown of Burlington, Vermont.

Burlington Mayor Jim Tracy said the Burger King-led protests will feature “Burger King’s own” brand of food, the burger shop’s brand of burgers, and the city’s Burger Palace. 

The city’s City Council is expected to vote on the protest plan at a meeting this week. 

Burlington will have a Burger King restaurant and a Burger Palace at the new Burger Palace in 2018.

“The City Council has taken a historic step today by passing a resolution asking for help from the City of Burlington to help us ensure that our voices and our voices are heard in the #March4Burlington movement,” Mayor Tracy said in a statement.

Burlington is the first U.S. city to join the “March 4” movement. 

“This action is an important first step toward building the momentum for a permanent movement that will lead to the removal of the President Donald Trump administration from office,” Tracy said.

“Burlington has been a vibrant community for decades and will continue to grow as a vibrant, welcoming, and diverse city,” he added.

The City of Toronto, the U.K., and New York have all announced they will participate in the anti -Trump protests.

The protests will be held on the Mall at 6 p.m. on Saturday. 

In a statement, Mayor Tristan Thompson said the “Burlington Burger King Burger Palace” will be open from noon to 6 p (9 a.m.-midnight) on Saturday to protest the inauguration of Donald Trump as President of the United States.

The protests are also scheduled to take place at the City Hall on Sunday, with the Mayor also asking residents to sign up for free protest phone banks.