NEW BRUNSWICK,  NJ - Perth Amboy Mayor Wilda Diaz was among 150 or so protesters at a rally at New Brunswick City Hall showing their support for President Donald Trump's impeachment. 

They brandished signs and chanted slogans as part of the nationwide "Nobody is Above the Law" protests.

It was held on the eve of the House's vote to impeach Trump on charges of abuse of power and obstruction.

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Trump dashed off a letter today to speaker Nancy Pelosi once again contending that he has not broken any laws. He has often referred to the impeachment hearings as a witch hunt. 

Those who braved the cold night and held signs with slogans such as "Impeach Trump, Defend Democracy" begged to differ.

A group stood on city hall steps and chanted pro-impeachment songs set to Christmas carols and other familiar songs. For instance,  "Frosty the Snowman " became "Donnie the Conn Man," mocking his "spray-on tan."

Others waved to passing motorists,  some of whom honked their support. 

Organizer and former state assembly candidate Ron Rivers said this rally in New Brunswick was one of 600 or so others being held across the country today. 

"We're here to say loud and clear no one is above the law - especially Donald Trump, " Rivers said.

He said the rally was held to send a message to Congress that "tomorrow you must impeach Donald Trump "