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US President Donald Trump Sunday shared a video of a stand-off between anti-Trump protesters and his supporters in which a man chants "white power" -- before deleting it amid an outcry.US President Donald Trump Sunday shared a video of a stand-off between anti-Trump protesters and his supporters in which a man chants "white power" -- before deleting it amid an outcry.

Trump Tweets, Then Deletes Video Of Supporter Yelling White Power

US News: President Donald Trump on Sunday tweeted approvingly of a video showing one of his supporters chanting “white power," a racist slogan associated with US News: President Donald Trump on Sunday tweeted approvingly of a video showing one of his supporters chanting “white power," a racist slogan associated with

Trump tweets video with 'white power' chant, then deletes it - Times of India

The president is criticised for sharing video from a pro-Trump rally at a Florida retirement home.The president is criticised for sharing video from a pro-Trump rally at a Florida retirement home.

Trump retweets video of supporter shouting 'white power' - BBC News

On Tuesday, the President said that he would sign such an executive order, one night after police thwarted demonstrators' attempts to tear down a statue of former President Andrew Jackson near the White House.

Donald Trump signs 'very strong' executive order to protect monuments, statues from vandalism - The Statesman

In some cities, protesters have pulled down or vandalized statues and memorials of historical figures -- such as Confederate leaders -- who defended slavery. In some cities, protesters have pulled down or vandalized statues and memorials of historical figures -- such as Confederate leaders -- who defended slavery.

As Crowds Topple Statues, Trump Makes Damaging National Monuments Punishable Offence With Up To 10 Years Jail

The President's early morning Tweet made one thing clear: white nationalism is no longer in the shadows of America’s towns and villages — it is uncomfortably out in the open for all the world to see.The President's early morning Tweet made one thing clear: white nationalism is no longer in the shadows of America’s towns and villages — it is uncomfortably out in the open for all the world to see.

White Supremacy In The Villages? What Trump’s Troubling Tweet Says About America

Trump's order follows a wave of civil unrest across America triggered by the killing of unarmed African American George Floyd, who died while a white Minneapolis police officer knelt on his neck.Trump's order follows a wave of civil unrest across America triggered by the killing of unarmed African American George Floyd, who died while a white Minneapolis police officer knelt on his neck.

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. President Donald Trump retweeted a video showing one of his supporters in Florida shouting "white power" at protesters of his administration, drawing rebukes from allies and adversaries as protests continue in the aftermath of George Floyd's death.WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. President Donald Trump retweeted a video showing one of his supporters in Florida shouting "white power" at protesters of his administration, drawing rebukes from allies and adversaries as protests continue in the aftermath of George Floyd's death.

Trump retweets, then deletes, video of supporter shouting 'white power' | The Star

The Villages, a large and mostly all-white retirement community in Florida, held a pro-Trump parade and were met with protestors.The pro-Trump parade was met with a group of protestors who were sick and tired of the President's agenda.

Pro-Trumpers Met With Protests In Florida Retirement Community

The racist slogan, associated with white supremacists, was used in a video showing protesters shouting at each other in Florida.The racist slogan, associated with white supremacists, was used in a video showing protesters shouting at each other in Florida.

Trump retweets video featuring supporter shouting 'white power' | US News | Sky News

Sen. Tim Scott, South Carolina Republican, said Sunday President Trump should remove a video in which a supporter yells "white power" at a protest clash, adding that the entire profanity-laced confrontation was "offensive."Sen. Tim Scott, South Carolina Republican, said Sunday President Trump should remove a video in which a supporter yells

Tim Scott: Donald Trump should remove 'white power' video - Washington Times

President Trump created a firestorm Sunday morning when he retweeted a Villages-News.com video showing a volatile protest that erupted at a Villagers for Trump golf cart parade two weeks ago.President Trump created a firestorm Sunday morning when he retweeted a Villages-News.com video showing a volatile protest that erupted at a Villagers for Trump golf cart parade two weeks ago.

Trump creates firestorm with tweet showing Villages-News.com video - Villages-News.com

President Donald Trump has since deleted the tweet, which shows supporters and critics engaged in a shouting match during a golf-cart parade.

President Donald Trump retweets video of supporter yelling ‘white power!' at protester during golf cart parade - masslive.com

As case numbers rise, a virus that has killed at least 123,000 Americans has revealed a crisis in governance extending from the Oval Office to state capitals to local city councils.As case numbers rise, a virus that has killed at least 123,000 Americans has revealed a crisis in governance extending from the Oval Office to state capitals to local city councils.

America's coronavirus failures exposed by new surge in infections - The Washington Post

The White House said Sunday that President Trump didn't hear someone shouting "white power" in a now-deleted retweet of a pro-Trump rally in Florida.The White House said Sunday that President Trump didn't hear someone shouting "white power" in a now-deleted retweet of a pro-Trump rally in Florida.

Trump didn't hear 'white power' on deleted retweet: White House

Courting religious voters, the president fought for churches to open up quickly after the shutdowns. The consequences include coronavirus clusters tied to churches.

A new dilemma for Trump’s team: Preventing super-spreader churches - POLITICO

President Donald Trump shared a tweet from an apparent supporter early Sunday that includes a video of the man saying "white power" during a protest, but Trump deleted the tweetPresident Donald Trump shared a tweet from an apparent supporter early Sunday that includes a video of the man saying "white power" during a protest, but Trump deleted the tweet

President Trump deletes retweet of 'white power' video from apparent supporter | National | tulsaworld.com

The order follows Trump’s calls for 10-year prison sentences for protesters who tear down monuments.The order follows Trump’s calls for 10-year prison sentences for protesters who tear down monuments.

Trump signs executive order directing DOJ to prosecute people who destroy monuments - Vox

Trump covers his racist opposition to the BLM protests and defense of confederate statues under the guise of patriotism while capitulating to Russia.Trump covers his racist opposition to the BLM protests and defense of confederate statues under the guise of patriotism while capitulating to Russia.

Trump Masks His Real Racism Under False Patriotism | Rantt Media

President Trump did not hear the phrase "white power" being shouted in a clip of his supporters that he retweeted and then deleted over the weekend, according to White House spokesman Judd Deere.President Trump did not hear the phrase "white power" being shouted in a clip of his supporters that he retweeted and then deleted over the weekend, according to White House spokesman Judd Deere.

White House spokesman: Trump didn't hear 'white power' shouted in video he retweeted and deleted

The recording appeared to have been taken during clashes between Trump supporters and opponents in Florida.The recording appeared to have been taken during clashes between Trump supporters and opponents in Florida.

U.S. President Donald Trump retweeted a video showing one of his supporters in Florida shouting "white power" at protesters of his administration, drawing rebukes from allies and adversaries as protests continue in the aftermath of George Floyd's death.U.S. President Donald Trump retweeted a video showing one of his supporters in Florida shouting "white power" at protesters of his administration, drawing rebukes from allies and adversaries as protests continue in the aftermath of George Floyd's death.

Trump retweets, then deletes, video of supporter shouting 'white power' - Reuters

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President Trump retweeted, and then deleted, a video on Sunday that included a demonstrator shouting “white power” during protests in Florida.President Trump retweeted, and then deleted, a video on Sunday that included a demonstrator shouting “white power” during protests in Florida.

Trump retweets, then deletes video that includes protester shouting 'white power' | TheHill

President Trump retweeted, and then deleted, a video on Sunday that included a demonstrator shouting “white power” during protests in Florida.President Trump retweeted, and then deleted, a video on Sunday that included a demonstrator shouting “white power” during protests in Florida.

Trump retweets, then deletes video that includes protester shouting 'white power' | TheHill

U.S. President Donald Trump appeared to have deleted a social media post showing one of his supporters shouting "white power," a phrase often used by white supremacists, after the retweet drew sharp rebuke from at least one fellow Republican.U.S. President Donald Trump appeared to have deleted a social media post showing one of his supporters shouting "white power," a phrase often used by white supremacists, after the retweet drew sharp rebuke from at least one fellow Republican.

President Trump grabbed the media's attention Sunday morning by retweeting a video that appeared to promote white power, NBC News reports. The video (WARNING: profanity) features a line of golf... Politics News Summaries. | NewserThe president's retweet sparks outcry on 'State of the Union'

Trump Tweet: 'Corrupt Joe Is Shot' and 'White Power!'

A White House spokesperson claimed the president "did not hear" the phrase, which was spoken nine seconds into the clip. A White House spokesperson claimed the president "did not hear" the phrase, which was spoken nine seconds into the clip.

Trump White Power Video Twitter - President Shared Video of a Supporter Shouting 'White Power'

After hours of widespread backlash, the president finally deleted the tweetAfter hours of widespread backlash, the president finally deleted the tweet

Trump promotes video of Florida supporters chanting "white power!" | Salon.com

US President Donald Trump tweeted and then deleted a video in which his supporters could be heard repeating a "white power" slogan, in the latest instance in which the president was accused of inflaming racial tensions.US President Donald Trump tweeted and then deleted a video in which his supporters could be heard repeating a "white power" slogan, in the latest instance in which the president was accused of inflaming racial tensions.

US President Donald Trump has been forced to remove footage he retweeted showing one of his supporters shouting "white power" at protesters.US President Donald Trump has been forced to remove footage he retweeted showing one of his supporters shouting "white power" at protesters.

Donald Trump thanks ‘great people’ in The Villages 'white power' video

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US President Donald Trump approvingly tweets video showing ‘white power’ chant

United States President Donald Trump tweeted and then deleted a video in which his supporters could be heard repeating a “white power” slogan, in t...United States President Donald Trump tweeted and then deleted a video in which his supporters could be heard repeating a “white power” slogan, in the latest instance in which the president was accu...

Trump deletes video with ‘white power’ slogan after backlash – Punch Newspapers

United States President Donald Trump tweeted and then deleted a video in which his supporters could be heard repeating a “white power” slogan, in t...United States President Donald Trump tweeted and then deleted a video in which his supporters could be heard repeating a “white power” slogan, in the latest instance in which the president was accu...

Trump deletes video with ‘white power’ slogan after backlash – Punch Newspapers

Donald Trump has appeared to endorse and even thank supporters chanting white supremacist slogans. Earlier today, the president retweeted a video which appears to show two distinct groups of senior citizens of The Villages, a retirement community in Sumter County, Florida. Seniors from The Villages in Florida protesting against each other: pic.twitter.com/Q3GRJCTjEWDonald Trump has appeared to endorse and even thank supporters chanting white supremacist slogans. Earlier today, the president retweeted a video which appears to show two distinct groups of senior

Trump news: President retweets video showing Florida supporters shouting 'white power!' | indy100

Donald Trump has sparked his latest social media furore by retweeting a video of one of his supporters yelling “white power". A member of his own party, Republican Senator Tim Scott, condemned the "profanity laced" message and called for its removal from Twitter. "White power" is a racist slogan associated with white supremacists. The US president later deleted the tweet andDonald Trump has sparked his latest social media furore by retweeting a video of one of his supporters yelling “white power". A member of his own party, Republican Senator Tim Scott, condemned the

Donald Trump retweets clip of supporter yelling 'white power' as he thanks 'great people' of Florida Villages | London Evening Standard

President Trump kicked off Sunday morning by going on a Twitter spree that included retweeting a video of a supporter in Florida agreeing that he’s a racist and…Trump Praises Supporters By Retweeting Video Of Them Screaming 'White Power'

Trump Retweets ‘White Power’ Video | Talking Points Memo

"Thank you to the great people of The Villages," Trump tweeted."Thank you to the great people of The Villages," Trump tweeted.

Video retweeted by Trump shows supporter yelling "white power" - Axios

President Donald Trump approvingly retweeted a video Sunday that appeared to show people from The Villages protesting while a man shouts “white power.”President Donald Trump approvingly retweeted a video Sunday that appeared to show people from The Villages protesting while a man shouts “white power.”

President Trump retweets video of man shouting ‘white power’ in The Villages, then deletes it

"There's no question he should not have retweeted it," said Republican Sen. Tim Scott, calling the video "offensive" and "indefensible.""There's no question he should not have retweeted it," said Republican Sen. Tim Scott, calling the video "offensive" and "indefensible."

Trump blasted for sharing video where supporter yells 'white power'

PRESIDENT Donald Trump shared a video on Sunday of one of his apparent supporters shouting “white power” — and called those in the clip “great people.” The video shows pro- …

Trump deletes vid of elderly man yelling ‘white power’ at counter-demonstrators after Twitter post sparked fury – The Sun

Of course he did.Of course he did.

Trump Tweets 'White Power' Video