'Independent': Trump slogans for supporters to share a video of protesters shouting 'white power'



One supporter has twice shouted "White Power" after President Donald Trump shared a video on Sunday.


 "Thanks to the greats of the villages. The Radical Left Democrats won't collapse. The Corso was shot down. Let's meet soon !!!" The president tweeted a video of his supporter's golf parade at The Village, a large retirement community in central Florida.

The video features a small group of Trump critics with insults and obscenities over the president's supporters.

"Where's your white hood?" Trump shouted at the rival golf cart driver that he was a member of the Clue Klux Klan. "Racist! Racist!" He shouts.

"Yes, you understand. White Power! White Power!" The man shouts in the north, giving thumbs up to the watchman.

This event takes place at the beginning of the 2:08 video. The retweets have since been removed from the Trump account. Some users seized the scarabs that were playing on the President's feed before removing the video.

White House Deputy Press Secretary Jude Deer said Trump was unaware that the pro-white supremacist slogans were raised.

"President Trump is a big fan of The Village. He has not heard a statement in the video. What he has seen has excited many of his supporters," Deer said in a statement.

Encounters between Trump supporters and critics have sparked nationwide protests against racism and police brutality. The president's decision to share the video of the encounter was quickly condemned by critics in a tweet as further evidence in support of his claim that Trump is a racist, and Trump has been vehemently denounced.

Controversial Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden compared Trump's retweet with his August 2017 announcement that there were "plenty of people" on both sides of the confrontation between white supremacists and counter-protesters in Charleville, Virginia, which led to the departure of a woman.

"Today the president shared a video of people shouting 'white power' and they said 'great.' As he did after Charlottesville. We are fighting for the spirit of the nation - and the President has chosen a side. But make no mistake: this is a fight we have won, ”Biden said in a tweet.

"Trump has twice shared a video of his supporters shouting" White Power, "which doesn't surprise anyone, because Trump is the world's biggest racist," Trump co-founded the anti-Trump Democratic Institute.

"The President of the United States calls his supporter 'White Power!' We've really embarked on this terrifying journey, calling out a video shouting: Former Missouri Sen. Claire McAskill tweeted, "Not a single vote is worth it."

"It's Donald Trump's Presidency: CNN White House Correspondent John Harwood is broadcasting a video of a" White Power "supporter shouting.

Sheryl Eiffel, president of the NAACP Legal Defense Fund, said on CNBS News' "Face the Nation" that the retweet showed Trump's racism and dismissed the fact that he had not changed his mind.

Eiffel said, "It's not really about the president getting rid of it. It's about the president's decision and it's going to be implemented. It's about the president trusting it, and it's time for this country to really deal with it."

"I spent the first few years of this presidency with journalists and repeatedly asked questions about whether the president was a racist and whether he supported white supremacist ideologies.

Other critics said the video also featured residents of The Village, as many other anti-Trump protesters showed in the video.

Republican Sen. Tim Tim called for Trump to be removed from the post in an interview with CNN's "State of the Union" before removing the video from Trump's Twitter feed.

"There is no question that he should not take it back and he should remove it." Said Scott. He called the video "abusive" and "uncertain" but said he "refused to do politics with it."

Health and Human Services Secretary Alex Azar told CNN: "However, neither the president, his administration, nor I will do anything to support white supremacy, nor will anyone support such discrimination."

When Jake Tapper asked the host if there was an "error" in the president's tweet, Azar declined to comment.

This tweet was one of a series Trump posted on Sunday morning. Among others, he described Biden as a "low-IQ man" who claimed that the "very powerful 10-year prison sentence" for vandalism prevented the destruction of public monuments, and that the news media reported that Russia had rewarded American troops in Afghanistan.

The Lincoln Coalition, a super PAC formed by anti-Trump opponents, shared a statement on the Russia Rewards Report condemning Trump for not retaliating against Russia, and his "White Power" tweet from the new scandal is intended to distract.

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