President Trump and Democrats Rebuke Black Human Rights Protests August 31 at 10:38 AM
There has been a heated rebuke between President Trump and opposition parties and Democrats over clashes between black human rights advocates and supporters of President Trump in Oregon in the western United States.
In Portland, western Oregon, a clash between black human rights advocates and supporters of President Trump killed one man nearby.
President Trump posted on Twitter today that “people are calling for ‘law and order’, but not for left-left mayors or those confined to basements,” criticizing the local portland mayor of Portland, who belongs to the opposition Democratic Party, and Democratic presidential candidate Biden, who is campaigning based in his basement as a new type of coronavirus.
In response, Mayor Wheeler retorted at a news conference Wednesday that “it is you who create hatred and division by claiming that white supremacists are good people.”
Mr Biden also issued a statement, “The division has deepened over the past four years for President Trump. The only time we’re no longer safe is because he’s not performing the president’s duties.”
Mr. Biden is seen as talking about the clashes and other issues in the fiercely f battlegroundd state of Pennsylvania, while President Trump is scheduled to visit Wisconsin one day to protest against a black man being shot by a police officer.
In the run-up to November’s presidential election, both sides are ready to strengthen their own claims and appeal for their support on issues related to racism and security.