Hundreds march in US demanding Trump investigation

More than 300 people marched in Mission Bay Park Saturday calling for a transparent investigation into the alleged collusion between President Donald Trump's campaign and Russian Federation. The ongoing investigations have yet to reveal wrongdoing.

They said special counsel Robert Muller's investigation into the issue is not enough; they want an independent commission to determine the facts.

But Siegfried dismisses criticism from Democrats who claim the withdrawal is going to hurt Republicans in 2018. "An independent, nonpartisan commission outside of Congress to investigate what happened and deliver us a report", Raskin said.

"Greenpeace activists projected Trump's silhouette onto the side of the U.S. Embassy in Berlin along with the words "#TotalLoser, so sad!" Putin has repeated there is no evidence of Kremlin involvement in the election.

"Our government needs to be transparent", said Perry, 34, arguing the president should release his tax returns. The Russians hi-jacked the election, hacked the DNC, and Trump's response was to invite Russian officials into the White House and literally, grant them access to secret info.

Eileen Hill, a New Jersey resident who attended the Philadelphia march, said: "I'm concerned for the future of democracy in the United States".

Just about everyone that President Donald Trump is close to professionally has had secret contacts with Russian Federation and then lied about it including: Attorney General Jeff Sessions, former National Security Advisor Michael Flynn, son-in-law and senior Jared Kusher.

Captains of industry, corporations and business groups in the United States have chose to quit from key business advisory councils of the Trump Administration in frustration over the president's decision to withdraw from the Paris Climate Accord.

Trump has failed to fully divest from his foreign and domestic business interests, in open defiance of conflict of interest and anti-corruption requirements, Bonifaz said. Hosted by the Fairfax County Republican Committee and the Republican Party of Virginia, the rally quickly gained the support of Team Trump-Pence, who sent invitations to supporters.

Supporters of President Donald Trump and his policies demonstrate during a "Pittsburgh Not Paris" rally in Lafayette Square in Washington, D.C., on June 3, 2017.

At the D.C. rally near the Washington Monument, organizers also used the occasion to mark the broader "resistance" movement against the Trump administration, and implored the crowd to stay involved for the long haul.

"I just wanted to be here to support my president and the promises made and the promises he kept", she said.

The rally's name was a reference to Trump's remarks this week announcing his decision to pull out of the Paris climate accord.

  • Larry Hoffman