Donald Trump forced to face resistance
Yesterday, Donald Trump was finally confronted by an unavoidable message of resistance when seven Greenpeace protestors scaled a crane near the White House and unfurled a 70-foot by 35-foot banner reading: “RESIST”.
Greenpeace spokesman Travis Nichols told NBC: “The group is calling for resistance to President Donald Trump and his agenda. It is a continuation of protests that began with Trump’s inauguration”.
Meanwhile, elsewhere, in spite having won and been inaugurated, Mr Trump bizarrely continued to moan about electoral fraud on Twitter. He referenced “those registered to vote who are dead (and many for a long time)”, focused on “building the wall” and then claimed he’d be “sending in the Feds” to Chicago if “it doesn’t fix the horrible ‘carnage’ going on”. Plainly, a man with a focused set of priorities.