President Donald Trump's first month in office brought some Brooklyn residents together Wednesday night.

Union Temple in Prospect Heights was packed for the town hall meeting dubbed "Brooklyn Resists".

The event was hosted by Congresswoman Yvette Clarke.

It focused on issues including immigration, healthcare and climate change.

She told the crowd the new administration has been defined by dysfunction along with philosophies of division and hatred.

"This is an intolerable combination. Indeed it is dangerous. His executive orders have been issued without a plan for implementation, a make it up as we go along mentality that has resulted in anxiety, panic, and chaos," Clarke said.

Congresswoman Clarke also criticized Trump for wanting to dismantle the Affordable Care Act, claiming there was voter fraud without proof, and approving the Keystone pipeline.