At her briefing on Wednesday (Feb. 9), White House press secretary Jen Psaki said the president and the administration is very focused on what’s been unfolding at the Ambassador Bridge.
Meantime, on the other side of the border, Windsor police and the mayor said they’re trying to find a diplomatic solution with the people blocking the road.
Windsor Mayor Drew Dilkens calls the truck protests peaceful and said forcibly removing them risks the safety of police, protesters and the public. But what will it take to end the protest?
Mickey Blashfield is a transportation consultant with 30 years of experience. He said there is no single person to negotiate and it’s not a group issuing demands but a group bringing attention to a single issue.
Joe Madision is a veteran truck driver from Romulus. He said the protests slows down goods, food, auto parts and medicine and will impact everyone.