WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS, W.Va. (AP) - President Donald Trump’s cope with to Republican congressmen at The Greenbrier hotel in southern West Virginia has drawn a number of hundred protesters with indicators and chants criticizing him and calling for dwelling wages, protective Medicaid and Medicare, protecting immigrants and decrying hate speech.
Corralled through dozens of West Virginia State Police soldiers, who blocked the entrances to the hotel, the demonstrators marched greater than a half-mile alongside White Sulphur Springs’ primary side road.
They typically saved to the sidewalk and listened to a handful of audio system allowed through soldiers to arrange outside the Greenbrier’s primary gate. The crowd then dispersed go into reverse the road to the buses and vehicles that introduced them.
Angus MacIvor, sporting a “No Hate in My Holler” signal, says Trump is doing injury to the deficient and dispossessed.