Anti-Trump protests staged at US Women's Open

Trump plans third day watching golf tournament at his NJ club

The most vocal opponent was a woman, who would only be identified as Victoria K., a Taiwanese immigrant who lives in Harding, could be heard yelling "What rights have you lost?" at the protesters, among other things.

Critics of President Donald Trump protested against him literally on his own turf Sunday, with a dozen of them wearing shirts with anti-Trump slogans while on the grounds of Trump National Golf Club.

And in other problems his presence at the tournament brought to pass, People reports that he caused "a big commotion" and disturbed the otherwise genteel day of golf.

"We don't want to distract the golfers".

Brennan suggests that women should take shots at President Trump because of his uncouth remarks about women while campaigning for president, and women should take the lead from the male professional athletes who criticized Trump such as the NBA's Steph Curry and LeBron James, the WNBA's Breanna Stewart, and Olympic figure skating medalists Charlie White and Ashley Wagner.

"We're here because it is not normal for the president of the United States to also be the head of a giant corporation and profit off his business entities", said one SOMA member, who wanted to stay anonymous. Forty minutes later, he posted, "With all of its phony unnamed sources & highly slanted & even fraudulent reporting, #Fake News is DISTORTING DEMOCRACY in our country".

President Trump on Sunday is expected to watch a women's golf tournament at his club in New Jersey for a third straight day. It didn't appear he saw the protesters.

UltraViolet's protest, which began just after 3 p.m., stirred up tensions with some in the crowd.

A quick glance over her shoulder revealed that Melania, other than looking slightly exhausted, was bouncing back from the transatlantic trip better than most would.

The Philadelphia Inquirer reported that a 65-year-old female anti-Trump protester bit a male Trump supporter after they squabbled over her sign and a spot on the protest fence line. This was the lowest six-month approval rating of any president in polls dating back 70 years.



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