Published: Fri, August 18, 2017
Global | By Maureen Mccoy

Congresswoman Gwen Moore calls for removal of Donald Trump as president

Congresswoman Gwen Moore calls for removal of Donald Trump as president

Michael Moore led the audience from his anti-Trump Broadway show straight to the entrance of Trump Tower to protest the president's controversial Tuesday remarks about a deadly white nationalist rally.

The event brought crowds of protestors to the steps of Trump Tower, Donald Trump's Manhattan residence where he is now staying, to remember Heyer's life and to decry the president's response to the violence. "We're here to commemorate a life of an American that was killed by a Nazi on American soil", the 49-year-old actor said on Tuesday night.

Moore told his audience on the bus, "We are here to perform a citizens' arrest-well, there's lots of police there, maybe they'll do it for us".

Responding to President Trump's fiery press conference on Charlottesville, Moore likened those who still support Trump - despite his recent statements - to an accomplice in a rape.

Congresswoman Gwen Moore (D - Milwaukee) issued a statement on Tuesday, August 15th, calling for the removal of Donald Trump as president.

One protester outside the tower said she thinks Trump equated peaceful protesters to Nazis. "I'm sorry, but there is redemption for you". It was further fueled by Trump's divisive defense of the weekend's White Nationalist Rally, which was broadcasted a few hours before the play began. Police said one of the white nationalists plowed a vehicle into a crowd, killing 32-year-old Heather Heyer and wounding many others.

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Moore said it was "criminal" to "support" any of the people who harmed antifa protesters in Charlottesville.

Wilde added, chanting: "Trump is not a legitimate president!"

"He's absolutely a racist", Moore said.

Trump was at Trump Tower, arriving late on Monday, for the first time since his inauguration, according to the White House press pool.

As more and more politicians and celebrities speak out following last weekends events in Charlottesville, Virginia, things only seem to be getting more and more heated. Stand up for America!

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