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Trump posts and then deletes a video containing racist slogans


Florida Where a verbal confrontation took place between supporters and opponents Trump.

The video shows, from the first seconds, a man driving a small golf car decorated with signs "Trump 2020" And"America first" He faces shouts of demonstrators calling him "Racist".

And then responds twice "White supremacy" (White Power) twice raised his fist. One of the demonstrators is shown "Here he says white supremacy, have you heard that?".

Trump posted the video with a message "Thanks to the amazing Filigues residents" In reference to this complex is for people over 55 years old who receives 115,000 people in North Florida.

Hours later, as the controversy began to heat up on social media, Trump deleted the video on Twitter.

The White House spokesman, Judge Deer, said that "President Trump is a staunch supporter of the Viligies. The message is not heard in this video. What he witnessed was great enthusiasm on the part of his supporters"According to the agency "France Press".

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The Twitter user posted the video, apparently filmed at a retirement home in Florida, where a verbal confrontation took place between Trump supporters and opponents.

The video shows, from the first seconds, a man driving a small golf car decorated with the “Trump 2020” and “America First” signs as he faces shouts of demonstrators calling him “racist.”

He then responds twice, “White Power” (White Power) twice, raising his fist. “Here he says white supremacy, have you heard that?” One of the protesters replied.

Trump released the video, accompanied by the message “Thank you to the wonderful residents of Vigiliz”, referring to this complex for people over 55 years of age who is hosting 115,000 people in North Florida.

Hours later, as the controversy began to heat up on social media, Trump deleted the video on Twitter.

“President Trump is a great supporter of the Veligues. He has not heard the message in this video. What he witnessed is great enthusiasm on the part of his supporters,” White House spokesman Jude Dir said.

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Source: Skynews

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