Trump at the memorial to the presidents slave owners attacked

On the occasion of US independence Day, celebrated on July 4, Donald trump spoke out about the famous bas-relief with the American presidents on mount Rushmore in South Dakota and fell on those who demolished the monuments during the recent protests of the movement Black Lives Matter racism. Turning in his speech to become one of the symbols of America, bas, trump said that the monument “will stand as an eternal worship of our forefathers and our freedom.” “This monument will never be defiled the faces of these heroes will never be mutilated,” he promised supporters. “Our country has witnessed a relentless campaign to destroy our history, falling short of the glory of our heroes, blurring our values and indoctrination of our children, — said trump. — Mobs trying to tear down the statues of our founders, to desecrate our most sacred memorials and flood our cities with crime and violence.” “We’re not gagged!”, — added the President.

“There could be no better place to celebrate independence than America’s beneath this magnificent, incredible, majestic, mountain, and monument to the greatest Americans who have ever lived.” — @realDonaldTrump at Mount Rushmore

— Ronna McDaniel (@GOPChairwoman) July 4, 2020 In the framework of the campaign Black Lives Matter around the world, including in the United States, was demolished many monuments to the men whom activists believe was involved in the slave trade or guilty of discrimination of blacks. Including participants that occurred in response to the police murder of a black George Floyd, fighting with monuments to generals and soldiers of the Confederacy of the southern States of the Civil war era of 1860-ies. Mount Rushmore trump spoke before an audience of 7.5 thousand people, reports BBC News. Thus, despite the warnings of doctors, the participants to the activitiesment were not required to wear masks and observe measures of social distancing.

Breaking News: President Trump delivered a dark and divisive speech at Mount Rushmore, leaning into the culture wars and barely mentioning the pandemic.

— The New York Times (@nytimes) July 4, 2020 last Friday in the U.S. was marked an unprecedented leap of infection; the country 2.5 million confirmed cases of coronavirus is more than anywhere else in the world. The choice of location has also been controversial because two of the presidents depicted on mount Rushmore, George Washington and Thomas Jefferson were slave owners. Besides, this place is located in the native land of the Lakota Indians Sioux, the American government took in the early nineteenth century.

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