MANCHESTER, NH (WBZ-AM) -- Dozens of protesters greeted President and Mrs. Trump on Monday as they made a brief stop at Manchester's Downtown Central Fire Station, before the President headed across the river to deliver his speech on the opioid crisis at Manchester Community College
The dozen of protesters chanted, "You Talk, We Die," as the President and Mrs. Trump met with city officials inside the Fire Station.
The President hailed the Department's Safe Stations program to help those who are addicted, as a national model that saves lives.
Among the protesters, Karen Connors, who's daughter is a recovering addict. She says more needs to be done to hep young people.
WBZ NewsRadio1030's Doug Cope reports.