Trump Adviser: Women Inauguration Protesters Will ‘Change Their Mind’

‘We understand that people have concerns but we welcome them to our side’

Trump adviser: Women inauguration protesters will ‘change their mind’ and ‘celebrate’ Trump (Raw Story)

Senior Trump adviser Boris Epshteyn on Tuesday dismissed a Women’s March on Washington to protest the inauguration, and argued that an “overwhelming” number of female voters actually support the president-elect.

Organizers of the Women’s March on Washington claim the event will bring thousands of women to protest Trump’s inauguration and “send a bold message to our new administration on their first day in office, and to the world that women’s rights are human rights.”

“As you know, the relationship between the president-elect and many female voters was more than contentious during the election,” CNN host Poppy Harlow reminded Epshteyn during a Tuesday interview. “How will he address the protest? How will he handle that?”

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