Anti-Trump protests were held across Edinburgh, Glasgow, Dundee and Aberdeen over the weekend. But varying reports about turnout (Police Scotland said 9,000 in Edinburgh while organisers were claiming 60,000) and comments that it was all very polite have left some claiming Scots have lost the will to protest. Looking back on the big anti-war demos and Stop Poverty History march of the first decade of the 21st century, were the weekend's activities a bit disappointing? Have we become too complacent? What do you think? TFN wants to know whether you think the anti-Trump protests were a bit half-hearted and if so, why? Tell us what you think...
Were Scotland's anti-Trump protests a damp squib?