She insisted in a CNN interview that Trump, who has often called global warming a "hoax", was concerned about the changing climate. One of the Watergate prosecutors even said Trump is headed to the same fate as president Nixon.
Thousands of protesters took to the streets Saturday from NY to San Diego, calling for an impartial investigation into alleged Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election and possible ties with members of the Trump campaign.
Their objectives as outlined on Twitter call for an independent commission, which must operate with "transparency", to investigate ties between Trump and Russian Federation.
"People have to understand that this is a president who not only is trying to lead a coverup of his own Russian Federation ties, but he has a problem with the truth in general", Andrea Chalupa, an organizer with the March for Truth, told ABC News.
Added Savannah Stark, a 22-year-old from Ohio, "We need to keep working hard and raise our voices until he's impeached".
Cities from around the world including Munich and London are also planning similar marches.
The U.S. demonstrations appeared to be mostly peaceful. They were countered with anti-Trump protesters and others.
Comey has been summoned to testify Thursday before the Senate Intelligence Committee in regard to the comittee's ongoing investigation into Trump's potential involvement in what the USA has called an effort on Moscow's part to influence the 2016 presidential election in favor of Trump.
"I really don't think that Republicans want to do anything right now", she told 1010 WINS.
Supporters of the president also took to the streets Saturday.
The name of their rally references Trump's comment that he was "elected to represent the citizens of Pittsburgh, not Paris", which Press Secretary Sean Spicer rendered on Twitter as, "I was elected by voters of Pittsburgh, not Paris".
Trump supporters held their own rally on Saturday in Lafayette Square across from the White House.