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Donald Trump passive-aggressively criticized protesters a day after the Women's March

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UPDATE 9:28 a.m.: Trump tweeted that he recognized people's rights to peaceful protests.

A day after more than a million people marched and rallied for women's rights, President Donald Trump tweeted a not-so-subtle dig at protesters, asking, "Why didn't these people vote?"

Trump also tweeted his take on the TV ratings for his inauguration, claiming 11 million more people watched his inauguration than former President Barack Obama's in 2013. That figure is roughly correct. The gap is closer to 10 million, Reuters reports.

Here's his morning tweetstorm, starting with Saturday's CIA speech.

Here's the "protest" tweet.

And here's the ratings tweet.

But Trump critics seemed ready for the "why didn't you vote" response.

And many replied to him directly.

CNN reported only four people were arrested in Saturday's protests.

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President-elect Donald Trump arrives during the 58th Presidential Inauguration at the U.S. Capitol in Washington, Friday, Jan. 20, 2017. (AP Photo/Carolyn Kaster)

Trump's inauguration drew about 30.6 million TV viewers, Reuters reports. That is about 10 million more than Obama's 2013 inauguration, good for second-highest since Ronald Reagan. Obama's 2009 swearing-in drew nearly 38 million viewers. 

Trump has often harped on TV ratings, often claiming without evidence that ratings "tanked."

TrumpTwitterArchive.com shows he has tweeted about ratings 232 times.

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