"I don't think that Macron would have even, or Trump, or any of them, would have even had this as a focus were it not for popular pressure. But I don't think they are at all ready to hear the radical solutions that those of us on the outside want to see," she added.
"We think that he is making this about himself and it's really a campaign rally," said Medea Benjamin, the organization's co-director. "We think that he's a big baby. ... He's erratic, he's prone to tantrums, he doesn't understand the consequences of his actions. And so this is a great symbol of how we feel about our president."
© Copyright 2019 The Washington Times, LLC
3600 New York Avenue NE, Washington, DC 20002