President Trump sparks more protests in Michigan Sunday, January 29, 2017 8:58 a.m. EST by John McNeill They turned out the lights on the vandalized billboard on Stadium Drive but didn't change the message. (photo by John McNeill) UNDATED (WKZO-AM) -- Most new Presidents at least get a honeymoon period of 100 days or so when they are the most popular with the population and their influence on congress is the greatest. There has been no such grace period for Donald Trump, either in Washington or the rest of the country, where there has been a steady stream of protests and challenges since the inauguration. Over the weekend, protestors turned out in airports all over the country to oppose his executive orders on immigration. Opponents scheduled a protest for Gerald R. Ford International for Sunday afternoon. There will be at least two protests this coming week in Kalamazoo, and someone took out their frustrations with the Trump administration on a billboard along Stadium Drive that was purchased by the County Republican Party, with spray paint and a ladder over the weekend. Hundreds turned out in the last place you would expect to see a protest, in Holland to oppose Trump’s nomination of Betsy DeVos to become Secretary of Education. The U.S. Senate committee is expected to send her name to the Senate floor on Tuesday.