About 50 people turned out to protest President Donald Trump, who visited the South Fork Saturday for reelection campaign fundraisers.
When Lisa Votino, the protest organizer, found out that the president would not be arriving in Southampton until Saturday evening, due to a press conference in New Jersey on coronavirus relief, she postponed the protest by two hours. It got underway at about 5:30 p.m. Marine One landed at Southampton High School shortly after 6.
“It was small because of the time change, but it went really well,” Lisa Votino, the protest organizer, said late Saturday night. “We had middle schoolers and high schoolers join us. I love to see them involved and energetic,” she said.