“There was nothing there that was resonating with Middle America,” Mr. King said. “I didn’t see the purpose. I had no idea why the media was cover it the way it was. You really had a tiny tiny percentage of the people taking over the park, sleeping in the park, sleeping in their own feces and urine and that somehow became a national movement.”
Mr. King also said that in his mind “there was nothing admirable about these demonstrators,” who he called “a bunch of malcontents.”
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