Hundreds rallied in Lower Manhattan Saturday to denounce the newly approved Republican tax plan. 

Protesters gathered in Foley Square before marching to the Stock Exchange.

Mayor Bill de Blasio and City Comptroller Scott Stringer joined demonstrators, voicing their outrage with the $1.5 trillion tax code overhaul. 

"It makes no sense that after the Great Recession, the great crash that hurt millions and millions of Americans, and no one was ever held responsible in that building there, that they're about, they're about to fleece us again. They're about to take away from the working people and middle class of America again, but we have a chance to stop it," de Blasio said.

"It's a message that says that this tax plan turns the clock back on our city and rolls back progress for America," Stringer said.

The House and Senate still need to iron out differences in their versions of the tax plan. After that, the bill will head to President Donald Trump's desk to be signed into law.