Rep. Maxine Waters said that “the will of the people” “absolutely harass” trump employees.
Democratic Republic of Maxine Waters on Saturday encouraged their Fans to fight back against the Trump administration in the midst of a counter-reaction to the White house, the “zero-tolerance” immigration policy and said “the people” is “absolutely harass” trump employees.
Speaking on MSNBC, the California Congressman current government officials, the knowledge of defense trump card, “said, what you do is wrong,” and said that she will appear soon not be able to peacefully in public without being harassed.
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“You are not going to be able to in a restaurant, you are not going to be able to stop at a gas station, you will not be able to shop in a Department store,” said Waters. “People are going to turn on you, you are going to protest, they are going to harass absolutely.”
Water seemed that the protests would continue until the Cabinet members to tell Trump, “no, I can’t hang out with them. This is wrong, this is irresponsible.”
Waters told supporters at a rally in Los Angeles to start on Saturday, that you capture wanted “story that we got up, we pushed, we fought, we consider ourselves as a victim of this President.”
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She continued, “history will record that while he’s trying on all of us, we kicked him in his butt, and we went up to him.”
Their comments come as White house officials have been the targets of protests amid the ongoing counter-movement.
Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen was confronted by an angry mob in a Mexican restaurant in Washington the night on Wednesday and on Friday was mocked in front of his house in Virginia.
Press-Secretary Sarah Sanders was asked to go to a restaurant in Virginia after the co-owner said that “certain standards, which I feel is true, such as honesty, compassion, and cooperation.”
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