'We are not safe in Donald Trump's US': Biden, Trump campaigns accuse violent protests

Republican nominee Joe Biden's Sergio on Sunday retreated against President Donald Trump and several Republicans, blaming Democrats for the violence in several cities, saying the president was responsible for the unrest. Is imposed

'We are not safe in Donald Trump's US': Biden, Trump campaigns accuse violent protests

"It's happening under Donald Trump," Klobuchar told ABC News. This week, Trump dismissed allegations against Democratic nominee Joe Biden. We are in Donald Trump's United States. "Not safe."

Representative Cedric Richmond, D.L. - Biden's national co-chair of the campaign. NBC News uses the same language on "Meet the Press" to say that Trump keeps talking about "how Biden's America will look". Yes, this is Trump's America. "

"He has to be the master of the moment. He has to be the master of the corona virus and 180,000 American deaths, about six million infections," Richard said. "This is his America. So how are you going to tear this country apart and then run for re-election, saying, 'I want to fix what I've just destroyed?'

During the Republican National Convention last week, Trump and his supporters repeatedly debated if Biden would become president, claiming that Biden did not condemn the violent protesters.

In his closing RNC speech on Thursday, Trump said, "No Biden will be safe in the United States."

"Remember: every instance of Donald Trump's violence has come under his watch. Under his leadership. During his presidency, Biden tweeted near the end of Trump's speech.

The next day, Biden filmed Trump's language in another tweet.

"Presidents incite violence, white supremacist shooters infiltrate, and thousands of lives are lost every day because of their failed COVID response. When you look at the world right now, ask yourself: Are you Trump's America?" Am I? “Feel safe? Biden asked.

The first violence erupted after the death of George Floyd, a black man who died in Minneapolis police custody. Across the country, large-scale peaceful protests against police brutality erupted, but some people were killed’ as a result of violence and vandalism. Unrest continued to grow, especially in Portland, where clashes between protesters and police as well as federal officials drew national attention.

According to the video, police in Kenosha, Wisconsin, showed a video of an unarmed black man, Jacob Blake, being shot’ several times in the back, triggering another wave of protests. There have been two fatalities since Blake began shooting. Three protesters were shot’ dead in Kenosha last week, two were killed and one was shot dead in clashes between protesters and protesters in Portland on Saturday.

Kyle Rittenhouse House, 17, who was traveling from Illinois to Kenosha, was charged’ with intentional homicide and reckless murder in the August 25 shooting. Wright House, which took AR15 in the protests, told reporters that they had gone there to protect private property.

Biden has been a staunch supporter of Black Lewis peas and has called for reforms to reduce police violence against black Americans. But, contrary to some of Trump's claims, Biden does not support the "notorious police" movement and condemns violent protests.

Trump claimed that Biden's recent condemnation of violence was in response to a "poor vote". But Biden and his supporters have indicated they want the protests to remain peaceful until May after Floyd's death.

"Such a brutal protest is legitimate and necessary. It is a purely American response," Biden said in a May 30 statement. "But not the burning and unnecessary destruction of societies. Not the kind of violence that endangers lives."

Biden will reiterate his condemnation of the alleged violence during Monday's appearance, while blaming Trump for what happened in his eyes.

Trump plans to travel to Kenosha on Tuesday, where White House spokesman Jude Deere said he would meet with law enforcement officials and review "the damage done to the survey by recent riots." ۔ ۔

Asked by the Met Press whether the president has claimed responsibility for the unrest during his administration, White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadow said Trump used Kenosha to "restore peace." What was "And they offered to send federal troops to Portland.

"You want to talk about Donald Trump's America. Most of Donald Trump's America is peaceful," Meadows said. "This morning we have the Democratic-led city in Portland we are talking about, which again yesterday refused to help the federal government."

This weekend, a convoy of Trump supporters traveled to Portland, where they clashed with protesters. It was not immediately clear if the man was involved in the shooting on Saturday.

Earlier Sunday, after hours of gunfire and clashes between a convoy of Trump supporters and protesters, Trump shared a tweet from his supporters traveling around Portland, announcing, "Great PATRIOTS!"

Host Chuck Todd asked Meadow if it was appropriate for Trump to "visually persuade" his supporters to "minimize controversy."

Meadow pointed to the First Amendment's right to peaceful assembly and said, "Suggest that in some cities, these specific areas are out of bounds." "It's not about who we are as a nation." And he rejected criticism that Trump was only calling for an end to violence.

"You say one way or the other," Meadows said. "Let me tell you where the president is. The president is on the side of law enforcement and the rule of law."

Acting Homeland Security Secretary Chad Wolf told CBS News' "Facing the Nation" that Trump was raising tensions in Portland with his tweet.

Wolf said Portland officials have a responsibility to "do their part to deal with any violent activity on their streets."

Responding to Wolf's comments, Republic Well Demings, D-Fla., Denies the rule of DHS politics, "the intelligence community, the military and others accused of protecting our homeland."

Losses want the president to send a "message of peace" to the protesters and "those who come in to loot and steal and cause damage" as well as "supporters who have come in and killed people." ۔

"It's a time, more than ever, that we need to hear from the president of the United States," Deming’s said. "But the chaos and chaos and lawlessness we're seeing right now is Donald Trump's America."


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