“Hopefully, George Is Looking Down Right Now.Donald Trump Sparks Controversy again

Speakers during a White House press conference on television arrived eleven days after Floyd’s death and caused confusion as to why Trump thought it was a great day for Floyd.

Washington: President Donald Trump sparked controversy on Friday, calling it a “big day” for George Floyd, a man who died in custody last week in an apparent police brutality against African Americans.
“We’ve all seen what happened last week. We can’t let that happen,” Trump said of Floyd, who was killed as a white Minneapolis police officer stuck him in the neck for about nine minutes.

“We hope George looks down now and says,” This is a wonderful thing that is happening in our country. “

Speakers during a White House press conference on television arrived eleven days after Floyd’s death and caused confusion as to why Trump thought it was a great day for Floyd.

“This is a big and big day for equality,” Trump said, although he has been accused by many of failing to respond to racism, police brutality and inequality that protesters protested.

Trump had called on the media to adopt a strong report on jobs in the US, contrary to economists’ expectations for measures to reduce the spread of coronavirus.

His entire speech was dedicated to embracing the good news in the economy, which Trump said is now in “rocket” mode.

Trump’s “big day” has been seen by many as a major witness to Floyd’s death and the good economic news of the day, as Floyd’s Minister of Economics said.

The White House called the description “false.”

“It was clear that the President was talking about the fight for justice and equality under the law when he made this comment,” White House communications adviser Ben Williamson said on Twitter.

Trump introduced the article before commenting on Floyd: “Equal justice under the law must understand that every American receives equal treatment at all times when it comes in contact with lawyers regardless of race, color, sex or belief,” he said.

It’s frustrating

Trump’s decision to put the words in Floyd’s mouth was unquestionably criticized.

Joe Biden, an outspoken opponent of the Democratic Alliance in the November election, quickly appealed to Trump by including Floyd’s name, calling it “disgusting.”

“George Floyd’s last words, ‘I can’t breathe,’ have the same meaning nationally and internationally,” Biden said.

“For the President to try to put some words in his mouth is totally despicable.”

Since Floyd’s death on May 25 and subsequent protests, including inciting violence and looting in many American cities, Trump has favored military response.

Introducing himself as president of “law and order”, Trump has threatened to send American troops to the streets to put out ongoing protests.

Trump reiterated on Friday that the administration needed “rule in the streets,” and criticized governors in provinces that refused to send to the National Guard during protests and protests.

Defense Secretary Mark Esper has also challenged Trump over the idea of ​​defrauding the military, a proposal that received widespread criticism from previous Pentagon leaders including Jim Mattis.

Trump has always believed that the best policy for reducing inequality is promoting economic growth for African Americans.

“What you see now … the biggest thing that can happen to race relations, the African American community, the Asian American, the Spanish American, the woman, and everything,” Trump said Friday.

“Our country is very strong, and that is my plan. We will have the most powerful economy in the world,” he added.

For the past three years, Trump has repeatedly accused him of “doing more for the black community than any president since the abolition of Abraham Lincoln,” which abolished slavery in the 1860s.

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