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Politics Trump compares his opponents to Nazis on July 4th

06:40  05 july  2020
06:40  05 july  2020 Source:   dw.com

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For 4 July , in the summer of protests over the killing of George Floyd, a picture gallery from Jameelah Nuriddin and Erin Hammond. Donald Trump barely mentioned the Covid-19 pandemic sweeping the US in his incendiary speech at Mount Rushmore on Friday night.

The "Independence Day" celebrations in the USA are actually completely apolitical. However, this does not apply to President Donald Trump. He breaks with all traditions this year.

Donald Trumps Botschaft an seine Landsleute: © picture-alliance / Y. Gripa's Donald Trump's message to his compatriots:

US President Donald Trump used his address to the nation on the Independence Day of the United States for an all-round attack against his political opponents - and put them in line with Nazis, among others. The "American heroes" had defeated the Nazis, fascists, Communists and terrorists, saved American values ​​and upheld principles, Trump said at a ceremony in the White House garden on Saturday evening (local time). "We are now about to defeat the radical left, the Marxists, the anarchists, the troublemakers and looters," he said.

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President Trump on Saturday used his Fourth of July "Salute to America" event to defend those he considers "American heroes," repeating his Mr. Trump also spent a portion of his speech blaming China for the coronavirus pandemic and accused the media of "falsely" labeling their opponents

West infamously referred to his red "Make America Great Again" hat as his "Superman cape" and As Milbank wrote, four years ago Christopher Parker, who is Black, predicted a Trump candidacy would Trump blasted for ‘bringing us to the brink of a civil war’ with 4 th of July speech: ‘Going full dictator’.

Donald Trumps Botschaft an seine Landsleute: © picture-alliance / C. Kleponi's Donald Trump's message to his compatriots:

His predecessors in the presidency always tried to unite the nation in their speeches on July 4th. Not Trump. He focused entirely on his election campaign - he wants to be re-elected as US President on November 3.

Golden Knights, das Fallschirm-Team der US-Armee, vor dem Weißen Haus © picture-alliance / K. Cedeno Golden Knights, the U.S. Army's parachute team, in front of the White House

, referring to the protests against racism and police violence, which have not stopped for weeks and which have sparked a debate over how to deal with the legacy of slavery, Trump repeated his statement on the eve of Independence Day: "We will never allow an angry mob to tear down our statues or erase our history." He is angry with the fact that statues in several cities have been questioned or even toppled during protests, which represent historical figures that are associated with racism. Trump also rejects changing controversial military base names.

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Kim Yo Jong, the sister of North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, said another summit with President Trump this year would be improbable, but she requested the U.S. send DVDs of its July 4th celebrations.The official Korean Central News Agency (KCNA) said Friday that Kim Yo Jong sends well wishes from her brother to Trump, adding that now is not the right time for them to have their third meeting, Bloomberg News reported.Her comments came followingThe official Korean Central News Agency (KCNA) said Friday that Kim Yo Jong sends well wishes from her brother to Trump, adding that now is not the right time for them to have their third meeting, Bloomberg News reported.

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