In California, about 200 people staged a flash mob on the field for the game of Golf, owned by Trump
The participants of the flash mob, which lasted about 15 minutes, wanted to Express his love for the United States, said former journalist Peter Macmorran.
NEW YORK, may 15. /Offset. TASS Alexey Kachalin/. About 200 demonstrators staged a flash mob, forming with their bodies the word “Fight” on the field for the game of Golf, which belongs to the President of the United States Donald Trump and is located in Rancho Palos Verdes (California). Thus the public Association called “United San Pedro” urged the President to make public his tax returns.
Flash mob of 200 demonstrators spells out “RESIST!” in 30-foot-tall letters at Trump National Golf Club near L. A. https://t.co/wocvaKO13P pic.twitter.com/0KsgXypNDv
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The flash mob lasted for about 15 minutes and ended with the song “God bless America” (God Bless America), said on Sunday the Los Angeles Times participant, former journalist Peter Macmorran.
To lay their bodies on the grass, the phrase “Release your taxes” seems to be too complicated. We just wanted to Express our love towards our country.Peter Macwarehouse action, former journalist
The Association “United San Pedro” was founded after the inauguration of the trump in as the 45th President of the United States in Washington January 20. The movement demands to appoint an independent special Prosecutor to find traces of an alleged conspiracy between the electoral headquarters of the Republican and Russia before last year’s General elections in the United States. Activists believe that the contents of tax returns trump can shed light on this issue.
The law does not oblige the new President of the United States to publish data on tax deductions, as it voluntarily did his predecessors. The failure of the current head of state to do it at once became an occasion to criticism from his opponents.