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U.S. President Donald Trump tweeted and then deleted a video in which his supporters could be heard repeating a “white power” sloganU.S. President Donald Trump tweeted and then deleted a video in which his supporters could be heard repeating a “white power” slogan

Trump deletes video with ‘white power’ slogan, after backlash

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

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

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 Donald Trump thanked his supporters — one of whom shouted "white power" with his fist raised at protesters — in a tweet on Sunday.Trump's retweet comes amid more than a month of nationwide protests against institutional racism

Trump Retweets Video of Supporter Saying 'White Power' | Time

President Donald Trump thanked his supporters — one of whom shouted "white power" with his fist raised at protesters — in a tweet on Sunday.Trump's retweet comes amid more than a month of nationwide protests against institutional racism

Trump Retweets Video of Supporter Saying 'White Power' | Time

Trump retweeted, then deleted, the video, which featured a parade of his supporters and protesters. The White House said the president did not hear the phrase "white power" being used.The White House said the president did not hear the repeated use of the white supremacist phrase.

Trump thanks the “great people” in a video featuring a supporter yelling “white power” - Vox

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

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

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

“Thank you to the great people of The Villages,” the president tweeted Sunday in response to the video, referring to the Florida retirement community where the original post said the clash had taken place.“Thank you to the great people of The Villages,” the president tweeted Sunday in response to the video, referring to the Florida retirement community where the original post said the clash had taken place.

Trump tweets - then deletes - video of supporter yelling ‘white power’ - world news - Hindustan Times

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 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

President Donald Trump tweeted approvingly of a video showing one of his supporters chanting “white power." President Donald Trump tweeted approvingly of a video showing one of his supporters chanting “white power."

Trump retweets video with 'white power' chant from The Villages, then deletes it

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

South Carolina Sen. Tim Scott called on President Trump to remove a video he retweeted, showing some supporters yelling, "White power!" at anti-Trump protesters in Florida.South Carolina Sen. Tim Scott called on President Trump to remove a video he retweeted, showing some supporters yelling, "White power!" at anti-Trump protesters in Florida.

'The entire thing was offensive': Tim Scott urges Trump to take down retweet of 'white power' video

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.

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

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

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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

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

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

THE VILLAGES, Fla (WPEC) – A pro-Trump parade made up of golf carts encountered some anti-Trump protesters in The Villages, which is in central Florida. Video of the encounter was posted to Twitter and it caught the president's eye. The now-viral video shows a parade of electric carts decked with pro-Trump paraphernalia parading down a street before reaching a group of protesters holding anti-Trump signs. THE VILLAGES, Fla (WPEC) – A pro-Trump parade made up of golf carts encountered some anti-Trump protesters in The Villages, which is in central Florida. Video of the encounter was posted to Twitter and it caught the president's eye. The now-viral video shows a parade of electric carts decked with pro-Trump paraphernalia parading down a street before reaching a group of protesters holding anti-Trump signs.

Trump supporters and anti-Trump protesters clash in The Villages, president chimes in | WPEC

Trump supporters and anti-Trump protesters clash in The Villages, president chimes in

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

In the since-deleted message, President Donald Trump thanked his supporters, calling them "great people"In the since-deleted message, President Donald Trump thanked his supporters, calling them "great people"

Trump Retweets Video of Man Shouting 'White Power' | PEOPLE.com

In the since-deleted message, President Donald Trump thanked his supporters, calling them "great people"In the since-deleted message, President Donald Trump thanked his supporters, calling them "great people"

Trump Retweets Video of Man Shouting 'White Power' | PEOPLE.com

President Trump on Sunday deleted a tweet that included video of dueling protests in Florida's retirement community The Villages, in which senior citizens shouted profanity at each other and one man was heard shouting, "White power!"President Trump on Sunday deleted a tweet that included video of dueling protests in Florida's retirement community The Villages, in which senior citizens shouted profanity at each other and one man was heard shouting, "White power!"

Official site of The Week Magazine, offering commentary and analysis of the day's breaking news and current events as well as arts, entertainment, people and gossip, and political cartoons. President Trump on Sunday morning retweeted a video that was later removed in which his supporters clashed with protesters in The Villages, a community in Florida. At the beginning of the video, a man driving by protesters in a golf cart can be heard shouting "white power," but the racist incident didn't stop the president from thanking "the great people of The Villages" for sticking up for him. The video and Trump's endorsement of it led to a wave of criticism, including from in the Republican Party. During an appearance Sunday on CNN's State of the Union, Sen. Tim Scott (R-S.C.) bluntly told host Jake Tapper that Trump shouldn't have retweeted the video and "he should just take it down." Scott said he felt the entire video was offensive and profanity-laced, likely referring to some of the protesters swearing at the Trump supporters driving by, but he did acknowledge the president's retweet was "indefensible." Senator Tim Scott, the lone Black Republican in the Senate, responds to Trump’s “white power” retweet: “He shouldn’t have retweeted it. He should just take it down ... it’s indefensible.” pic.twitter.com/uN6qY4FEi5 — philip lewis (@Phil_Lewis_) June 28, 2020 Scott, the lone Black Republican senator, didn't seem too keen to go into much further detail than that, indicating his succinct statement got his point across. Tim O'Donnell

GOP's Tim Scott says Trump's retweet of video showing man chant 'white power' is 'indefensible'

In his since-deleted tweet, the president thanked the "great people" of The Villages, a retirement community in Florida.In his since-deleted tweet, the president thanked the "great people" of The Villages, a retirement community in Florida.

Trump Shares Video That Includes Supporter Shouting 'White Power' At Protesters | HuffPost Canada

Trump and his mostly white, mostly male base are on the opposite side of most Americans on the epic topics of our day.Trump and his mostly white, mostly male base are on the opposite side of most Americans on the epic topics of our day.

Trump's loyal base is turning into a 2020 liability for Republicans - Axios

PIERS MORGAN has confronted Donald Trump after the President retweeted a video a Republican supporter shouting 'white power' in Florida. PIERS MORGAN has confronted Donald Trump after the President retweeted a video a Republican supporter shouting "white power" in Florida.

Piers Morgan confronts Donald Trump on 'white power' tweet – US President deletes video | World | News | Express.co.uk

Donald Trump deleted a post Sunday where he shared a video of senior citizens clashing over their support and opposition of him where one pro-Trump protester could be heard yelling 'white power.'Donald Trump deleted a post Sunday where he shared a video of senior citizens clashing over their support and opposition of him where one pro-Trump protester could be heard yelling 'white power.'

Donald Trump deletes tweet of video showing a MAGA fan yelling 'white power' in Florida | Daily Mail Online

Of course he did.Of course he did.

Trump Tweets 'White Power' Video

The US president shared a video that portrayed a man in Florida chanting a white supremacist phrase. The tweet was later removed, with a White House spokesman claiming Trump didn't hear "the one statement."The US president shared a video that portrayed a man in Florida chanting a white supremacist phrase. The tweet was later removed, with a White House spokesman claiming Trump didn't hear "the one statement."

Donald Trump retweets video portraying ′white power′ chant, then deletes | News | DW | 28.06.2020

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

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

First Daughter Ivanka Trump has a new nickname. The daughter of President Donald Trump and senior White House advisor revealed her father's executive order on Friday, which revamps the federal hiring process. Which ended with social media giving her the moniker of 'Nepotism Barbie.'The executive [...]First Daughter Ivanka Trump has a new nickname. The daughter of President Donald Trump and senior [...]

Ivanka Trump Mocked as 'Nepotism Barbie' on Social Media After Announcing Hiring Executive Order in Video

President Trump promoted a video Sunday that featured clashing protesters, one of whom chants, "White power." The video was apparently shot in the Villages, Fla.President Trump promoted a video Sunday that featured clashing protesters, one of whom chants, "White power." The video was apparently shot in the Villages, Fla.

Trump shares video of man chanting, 'White power' in protest clash

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