Secret Service denies involvement before Trump Jr. meeting

Secret Service denies involvement before Trump Jr. meeting

Secret Service denies involvement before Trump Jr. meeting

First local activists sported pink umbrellas on the warm, sunny day and spelled out messages written on their white tee-shirts as they posed in front of the Trump National clubhouse.

It was a family affair Sunday at President Trump's country club in Bedminster - with the notable exception of his embattled eldest son.

There had been calls for moving the tournament, which was awarded to Trump National in 2012 long before he officially entered politics, by women's groups angered by his campaign rhetoric and behavior they found to be misogynistic. Another yelled out, "Go into the woods and find Hillary".

Several peaceful demonstrations during the final round of the U.S. Women's Open were capped by a stance from three women and a man wearing violet-colored shirts that said "USGA: Dump Sexist Trump", looking directly into Trump's skybox just after he arrived late Sunday afternoon.

"We don't all buy into this propaganda", the woman said.

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Almost a dozen members of SOMA Action, a six-month-old group from South Orange and Maplewood, arrived wearing shirts saying "Dump sexist Trump".

We're watching how Donald Trump is using this platform of unfettered communication now that he's commander in chief.

Meanwhile, at the golf course, a very visibly uninterested first lady Melania Trump, first daughter Ivanka and Eric Trump, along with his pregnant wife, Lara, joined in.

"It's not ideal, but it's more important to be able to look the president in the eye and know that we're not afraid of him", UltraViolet's Melissa Byrne said.

The announcement of Cobb's hiring comes after a tumultuous week in Washington that saw allegations over Russia's role in the vote intensify, following reports that the United States president's eldest son took a June 2016 meeting with a Kremlin-linked lawyer who was said to have damaging information on Hillary Clinton.

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