Protesters spelled the word "LIAR" on Mount Jumbo's side in Missoula, Mt. to protest President Trump Donald John Trump trump renewed attacks against testers voted VA on the eve of the Montana Rally Trump Submits federal income tax returns in 2017 Corker: Trump government "suspended" on Saudi Intel, Misinormated MIP statement 's upcoming visit to the city, The Missoulian reported.
The mountain already had a letter "L" cemented to its surface to represent the Catholic high school of Loyola Sacred Heart, which is at its base.
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The protesters added the remaining red, white, and blue nylon letters to the mountain, reportedly where Trump is hosting a rally in the city on Thursday night.
Maggie Williams and Betty Tschudi were recognized for organizing the protest against Trump and reportedly about 50 volunteers signed up for shifts to sit near the display all day.
"It seems right to sit on a sunlit mountain in our beautiful community on a beautiful autumn day to quietly express our disgust and rejection of Trump and to bask in the company of others who share our voice and concerns must be heard, "the group said in a statement of publication.
The organizers told the local publication they currently ex pkt somewhere between 80 and 100 people to sit on the mountain to participate in the protest.
The Thursday rally is the president's last election campaign when the midterm elections are approaching. He will hold the rally for Sen. Jon Tester's (D-Mont.) Opponent, Matt Rosendale (R), the state examiner.