The mayors are not the weak ones; Donald J. Trump is the weak one. Only the weak hid when times get tough and Donald J. Trump is the only one who hid in a bunker.
By A.B Mann III
Donald J. Trump may talk tough but he is not tough nor is he smart. If he were tough, he would not have hid in the bunker when the protest got close to the Whitehouse. If Trump were smart, he would realize why people are protesting and make an attempt to address the issue.
Tough is not smart, tough is what started the protest in the first place if the police officer had not tried to be tough we would not be in this siltation in the first place. Trump wants the police to get tough on American citizens protesting police killing black people that will not work and may make things worse. Fighting fire with fire does not work; if Trump were smart, he would realize that and try to resolve the underline issues. The smart police officers who marched with the protesters had fewer issues than the police officers who fought the protesters. The strong take from the weak and the smart take from the strong. America needs a smart president not a weak one that hides in a bunker when he gets sacred of American protesters getting to close to the Whitehouse.
By Josh K. Elliott Global News
U.S. President Donald Trump bragged over the weekend that he watched “every move” the Secret Service made to protect him on Friday night while hundreds of Americans rallied outside the White House to protest his response to the death of George Floyd. Trump described the Secret Service as “very cool” on Twitter and pushed the conspiracy theory that the protests were not legitimate. He failed to mention that he spent nearly an hour of his Friday night in the White House’s fortified bunker in a rare security response that typically only occurs in the face of a terrorist threat. The Secret Service made the decision to whisk Trump, his wife Melania and his son, Barron, off to the bunker, the New York Times reports. Trump’s critics responded to news of his bunker visit with outrage and mockery, particularly after Trump boasted about his defenders and ridiculed the protesters in several tweets on Saturday. Many Twitter users accused Trump of “hiding” from the American citizens whom he’s supposed to lead through a time of crisis. They also accused him of refusing to acknowledge the anger that has spurred sweeping protests across the United States in recent days after the death of Floyd, the latest unarmed Black man to be killed in an encounter with police. Floyd died in Minneapolis, Minn., last week after a police officer pinned him down with a knee on his neck for several minutes.
'Tough Guy?': Donald Trump Taking Shelter in White House Bunker During Protests Has Twitter in Disbelief
The US President Donald Trump on Friday took shelter in a bunker as anti-racism protesters gathered outside the White House in Washington, DC.
"Biden went to a protest site. Trump went to his bunker. That says everything." Following the death of 46-year-old George Floyd, the United States has been experiencing a series of violent clashes amid protesting demonstrators and police across cities. Several cities in the United States looked like a war zone after rioters torched several police clubs. The US President Donald Trump on Friday took shelter in a bunker as anti-racism protesters gathered outside the White House in Washington, DC. The President was there for a little under an hour before being brought upstairs. On Saturday, only hours after the protests outside the White House had ended, Trump declared himself safe as he lashed out at the city's Democratic mayor and raised the prospect of his supporters gathering in a place that night in what would amount to a counter-protest. The news of Trump "hiding" in the presidential bunker was broken by The New York Times and once Twitter got the whiff of it, they came down hard on the US President. "Donald Trump is hiding in a WH bunker. Most cowardly "tough guy" in history," tweeted one user.
By Justin Wise
As tensions escalated between police and protesters throughout the nation, some members of law enforcement showed solidarity with demonstrators by kneeling alongside them and participating in marches over the weekend. The acts came as tensions boiled over in dozens of U.S. cities following the death of George Floyd, an African American man who died in police custody. Several demonstrations have devolved into chaos, with police firing tear gas on protesters and some individuals smashing storefronts and setting buildings ablaze. Amid this backdrop, officers in states such as New York, Oregon, Iowa and Kentucky took knees while policing ongoing demonstrations, in acts that replicated the protest started by former San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick. Law enforcement leaders in Michigan and Virginia also participated in marches alongside protesters. On Sunday, officers in Queens, N.Y., took a knee with a band of protesters who marched near their precinct. Video of the scene showed dozens of demonstrators cheering as a line of officers knelt alongside many of them. Aleeia Abraham, the leader of The BlaQue Resource Network and the individual who shot the video, told CNN that she'd never seen such a tribute from police. The move to take a knee was replicated in Portland, Ore., and Lexington, Ky. In Portland, video shared by The Oregonian showed a protester urging a Portland police officer to show support for their cause by taking a knee. A subsequent clip showed a dozens of officers clad in riot gear kneeling as a crowd of protestors in front of them chanted, “George Floyd.”