Trump marks July 4 pledge to defeat 'radical left'

Trump Marks July 4 Pledge To Defeat 'Radical Left'


President Donald Trump has promised to defeat Independence Day with a "radical left" that will end the coronavirus and the US.


Speaking from the White House's South Lawn, Trump reiterated themes from a speech he gave a day earlier in South Dakota, banning the statues and other symbols of some historical figures from celebrating racial injustice.

"We are now in the process of defeating the radical left: Marxists, anarchists, agitators, exploiters, and people, in many cases, have no clue what they are doing," Trump said at Mount Rushmore. The comments are gone. "We will never allow an angry mob to tear down our idols, tarnish our history, expel our children, or invade our freedom."

Trump spent this week demonstrating a movement to revisit the racial records of historical figures after the assassination of an unarmed black George Floyd while in Minneapolis police custody. Those efforts called for the removal or removal of statues from public and private facilities, including Confederate generals and slave owners.

Blame on China

Trump, who lagged behind in the national election before the November election, used the incident to include his supporters in the rally.

Trump, in his 30-minute comment, said that "China's privacy and manipulation have allowed it to spread throughout the world." "China should have full accountability."

Trump, who has been widely criticized for dealing with coronaviruses, said the U.S. is doing "very good" in finding "treatments" for the virus and "in-depth testing" of vaccines. They appreciated the number of virus tests.

"We've made a lot of progress. Our strategy is moving well," Trump said.

New coronavirus cases in the US have recently set a record in recent days, and the decline in response to government-led measures to slow the spread of Europe.

Concern over the coronavirus pandemic caused many to shy away from the event, leaving the National Mall with some of the audience attending Washington's annual fireworks show. We have new Covid-19 cases increasing by 1.7%, increasing in the southern and western states, however, the cases have decreased in the nation's capital and surrounding areas.

Washington Mayor Muriel Boers urged people to stay away from the evening's program to prevent the spread of the disease. At the White House, guests are asked to be social.

The President hosted military families and administration personnel at the White House since the 2019 event at Lincoln Memorial.

Trump has seen a flyover of vintage and modern military aircraft, including Trump's wife, Melania, and members of the Blue Angels and Thunderbirds. After the event, they returned to the White House balcony after sunset to watch a 35-minute fireworks display.

Trump has urged the Fourth of July celebration in the nation's capital to become a big spectacle, with events such as a large fireworks display and military equipment, the annual Bastille Day Parade in France.

At Mount Rushmore, the president on Friday night painted the dark vision of a "new far-left fascism" seeking to erase the country's history.

Ridership expectations

Earlier this week, the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority said in a statement that all the signs that crowds were gathering to watch the fireworks were "very light compared to previous years." For many years the display of fireworks has been associated with a free concert on the west lawn of the American Capitol.

Bowser, who last year criticized Trump's amp-up Independence Day program as self-serving and expensive, has clearly inspired city residents.

At a news conference last week, Bossar said, "We know that the White House has already announced its plans, and the National Park Service will fire the country to celebrate its birthday." “We continue to support traditional activities. But we hope that the non-infectious population will grow this year. "

The federal government says at least 300,000 cloth-face masks will be available for those attending the festivities at the National Mall. More than 100 handwashing stations are available, and attendees are encouraged to stay at least six feet away from others.

White House officials defended Saturday's decision to hold the event. Advisor Kellyanne Conway told reporters Wednesday that "we must celebrate independence."

“This is truly a day to celebrate our military and veterans,” Conway said.

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