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Giuliani: Women’s Marchers Weren't Protesting Trump

Rudy Giuliani, dismissing the millions of people who took to the streets Saturday to demand rights for women and to express their concerns about President Trump, claimed Monday that the marchers did not have a clear message.

According to Newsmax, the former New York City mayor declared on “Fox & Friends” that he was “not even sure” what the demonstrations were about. “They are not protesting any one thing. It’s not as if we are protesting Roe vs. Wade,” he said, adding that “they should have voted.”

Giuliani, a campaign surrogate and adviser to the new president, argued that participants in the women’s marches “weren’t even necessarily protesting Trump; they were just protesting Washington.” The ex-mayor cited the “real issues” that the Trump administration will confront. “There’s the abortion issue; the issue of school choice; the whole issue of, I guess, the way in which you deal with foreign policy,” he explained. “Should (Trump) be muscular or should we be country that stands down the way we have under Obama?”

Giuliani called Friday’s inaugural events a “happy time for all of us who agree with the fact that the country has to be changed.” He said Trump was “very relaxed”; and “couldn’t wait to get sworn in so he could get started to sign those orders and right over to the CIA and swear his people in. You have this feeling that the people in government are going to be able to do something. You’re going to be able to do all these things he talks about. Nothing he said in his inaugural address is unrealistic. It isn’t easy to do, but everything he said can be done.”

Source: Newsmax
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