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New York City councilman Anthony Weiner had a different way of capturing all that."Sometimes we have snakes slithering through the streets of New York," Weiner told protesters outside the United Nations, where Ahmadinejad will speak today.
And in a city known for its blunt manners, the Iranian president's reception was bound to be frosty.
Loud laughs and boos broke from the audience of about 700 people, mostly students at the Ivy League school whose garb included "Stop Ahmadinejad's Evil" T-shirts.Some applauded that pacifist sentiment, others seemed befuddled by the insensitive use of the word "retarded".Ahmadinejad's visit here was preceded by a deluge of objections when it became apparent he wanted to lay a wreath at Ground Zero and that he would speak at Columbia. S political parties took swipes at the president of a country President George Bush calls part of "the axis of evil." They said he denied the Holocaust, supported terrorism and armed Iraqi insurgents.The New York Daily News had the front page headline, "The Evil Has Landed."Scroll down for more ...At Columbia, university President Lee Bollinger pulled no punches.