SAG-AFTRA President Fran Drescher Expresses Shock and Frustration Over Negotiation Breakdown
In a recent interview on NBC’s Today Show, the president of SAG-AFTRA, Fran Drescher, voiced her strong disapproval of the AMPTP’s decision to walk out on strike negotiations. Drescher described this action as “wrong,” “unfair,” and “disrespectful.”
Drescher expressed her surprise at this development, questioning why the AMPTP would choose to abandon the negotiating table. She emphasized that the demands of SAG-AFTRA are not unreasonable and underscored her belief that the walkout was a grave injustice.
Additionally, Drescher criticized the representatives of the AMPTP for their lack of receptiveness during negotiations. According to her, they merely talk without truly listening to the concerns and perspectives of SAG-AFTRA.
SAG-AFTRA’s president, Fran Drescher, has expressed shock and disappointment at the breakdown of negotiations with the AMPTP. She described their decision to walk away from talks as “wrong,” “unfair,” and “disrespectful.”
Drescher highlighted the reasonable nature of SAG-AFTRA’s requests and criticized the AMPTP representatives for their lack of willingness to listen. Watch the interview to learn more.
To gain further insight, you can watch the interview below.