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Metro union members protest outside Metro Center Station on Thursday and hold pictures of the police escorts and private train that was provided to a group of white nationalists for their "Unite the Right rally" on Sunday, despite Metro's promises otherwise. (Julia Airey/The Washington Times)

Labor union demands Metro GM’s resignation

- The Washington Times

Metro’s largest labor union is demanding the resignation of General Manager Paul Wiedefeld, accusing him of lying to the public about not providing a special train for attendees of Sunday’s white nationalist rally in the District.

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