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World Death of George Floyd: Joe Biden advises Donald Trump to "open the Bible rather than brandishing it"

00:50  03 june  2020
00:50  03 june  2020 Source:   20minutes.fr

Taylor Swift attacks Donald Trump: US stars protest after the death of George Floyd

 Taylor Swift attacks Donald Trump: US stars protest after the death of George Floyd © dpa Taylor Swift After the death of a black man in a police operation in Minneapolis and subsequent serious riots, numerous stars have also reacted. Singer Taylor Swift contacted the short message service Twitter directly to US President Donald Trump, who threatened the demonstrators with plundering with a violent military operation.

Protests over the death of George Floyd have escalated over the past week. Mr Trump 's warning was met with swift criticism from senior Democrats. Joe Biden , the party's presumptive presidential Throughout Monday, pressure grew on Donald Trump to take action to address the rising unrest in

Joe Biden has condemned Donald Trump 's threat to use the US military to crush nationwide protests over police brutality and mocked him for his photo opportunity outside a "The president held up the Bible at St. John's church. I wish he'd open it once in awhile instead of brandishing it ," Mr Biden said.

The Democratic candidate accuses the American president of having transformed the United States into a "battlefield"

A Philadelphie, Joe Biden a promis le 2 juin 2020 de s'attaquer au «racisme institutionnel» après la mort de George Floyd. © Matt Rourke / AP / SIPA In Philadelphia, Joe Biden promised on June 2, 2020 to attack "institutional racism" after the death of George Floyd. UNITED STATES - The Democratic candidate accuses the American president of having transformed the United States into a "battlefield"

Faced with Donald Trump's rhetoric on "law and order", Joe Biden wants to ask himself "unity" candidate. The Democratic candidate for the White House accused Tuesday the American president of having transformed the United States into "battlefield" by threatening to send the army for "to subdue" the demonstrations provoked by the death of George Floyd . In Philadelphia, Joe Biden has promised to do everything to "heal racial wounds" if he wins the presidential election in November.

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These are external links and will open in a new window. Washington's Catholic Archbishop strongly criticised President Donald Trump 's visit to a shrine as civil unrest continues in the US over the death of a black man in Anger over the killing of George Floyd as well as systemic injustice are fuelling protests Presidential candidate Joe Biden criticised Mr Trump for using the crisis to appeal to his

President Donald Trump is claiming “domination” over protestors after police departments forcefully cracked down on days-long demonstrations across the country Former Vice President Joe Biden , the presumptive Democratic presidential nominee, blasted Mr Trump for the threats, saying the president

“I can't breathe. George Floyd’s last words are ringing all over America, ”said Joe Biden. The death of this 46-year-old African American, suffocated by from a policeman's knee for almost 8 minutes , last week in Minnesota , is "electroshock for our country. For all of us, "continued the former vice president of Barack Obama.

“I can’t breathe.”

George Floyd’s last words. But they didn’t die with him. They’re still being heard. They’re echoing across this nation.

It's a wake-up call for all of us. pic.twitter.com/q6kARnpJqU

- Joe Biden (@JoeBiden) June 2, 2020 Trump "thinks the division helps"

It was the first time since mid-March that Joe Biden, 77 years old , ventured out of his state of Delaware, where he was confined because of the coronavirus pandemic. Filmed by passers-by, the homicide of George Floyd outraged the country and the world , and provoked demonstrations across the United States which sometimes degenerated into riots.

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 © Imago Zach Steffen is national goalkeeper of the USA goalkeeper Zack Steffen from Fortuna Düsseldorf has sharply criticized the behavior of US President Donald Trump around the protests because of the violent death of George Floyd. "You're a disgusting hypocrite," the United States national keeper wrote on Twitter in a post by the President on January 12. At that time, Trump had asked Iran not to kill demonstrators and to maintain freedom of the press.

Former Vice President Joe Biden condemned both police violence and President Trump 's increasingly confrontational response to widespread unrest in a "The president held up the Bible at St. John's Church yesterday. I just wish he opened it once in a while instead of brandishing it ," Biden said.

PHILADELPHIA (AP) — Joe Biden on Tuesday blistered President Donald Trump a day after police drove back peaceful protesters near the White House so Trump could pose with a Bible before a damaged church. “I just wished he opened it once in awhile instead of brandishing it .”

Joe Biden has repeatedly condemned the violence but on Tuesday accused Donald Trump, 73, of having "turned this country into a battlefield divided by old resentments and new fears". "He thinks the division is helping him" to win the presidential election on November 3, said the Democrat, who is ahead of him in the polls.

Joe Biden denounced the dispersion on Monday evening of "peaceful demonstrators" with "tear gas and stun grenades" to allow Donald Trump to carry out a "communication operation" by going to a church near the White House, a bible in hand. Donald Trump "better read the Bible rather than brandish it," Biden quipped.

"Tackling institutional racism"

Seeing these scenes, "we have every reason to believe that the president is more concerned with power than with principles. He is more interested in serving the passions of his base than the needs of those he is supposed to care for, "he said. “We cannot be naive. I wish I could say that the hatred started with Donald Trump and will go away with him. This is not the case. And it will not happen. American history is not a fairy tale with a guaranteed happy ending, "admitted the Democrat.

USA: The army faced with demonstrations? Not necessary, says Trump

 USA: The army faced with demonstrations? Not necessary, says Trump USA-POLICE-EVENTS-TRUMP: USA: Army in the face of demonstrations? Not necessary, says Trump © Reuters / TOM BRENNER USA: ARMY FACING DEMONSTRATIONS? NOT NECESSARY, SAYS TRUMP WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Donald Trump said Wednesday that he will not need to deploy the military in response to protests that have rocked the United States since the death of an Afro man last week -American during his arrest by the police of Minneapolis, Minnesota.

You don ’t get Trump and Trumpism without a whole host of institutions and individuals that support Biden says ‘I can’t breathe’ is ‘wake-up call for our nation’ while speaking in Philadelphia, amid 'Abuse of power': global outrage grows after death of George Floyd . Protests spread to Sydney and

Biden slammed President Donald Trump 's handling of the multiple crises plaguing the country, including the protests against police brutality and the coronavirus. Biden also laid out his own plan for police reform, and he pressed Congress to pass legislation that would prohibit the use of chokeholds

Seeking to stand in stark contrast to the Republican billionaire, he made a promise to American voters: "I will not manipulate fear and division. I will not stir up the embers of hatred. I will seek to heal the racial wounds that have been plaguing our country for so long, not to use them for political gain. ”

"The time has come for our country to tackle institutional racism," he added, urging Congress to act this month, "starting with real police reform." If the vast majority of parliamentarians denounced the death of George Floyd, such rapid action seems difficult in a deeply divided Congress, between the House of Representatives led by the Democrats and a Republican Senate.

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