Politics USA: Trump promises to beat the "radical left" again
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USA-TRUMP: USA: Trump promises to beat the "radical left" again
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - US President Donald Trump once again promised that he would beat the" radical left "during his speech at the White House’s independence celebrations on Saturday.
A peaceful demonstration for racial equality was taking place at the same time in streets close to the White House.
"There have always been those who seek to lie about our past in order to grant themselves power in the present, those who lie about our history, those who want us to be ashamed of what we are" said Trump. "Their goal is demolition," he added.
Coronavirus updates: Florida sets new record in deaths but confirmed cases down; Infectious Diseases Society backs Anthony Fauci
New York will deploy testing and contract tracing teams to Atlanta. Hawaii extended its quarantine. Oregon to limit group gatherings. Latest news.New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo said Monday in a joint conference with Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms that his state would send testing and contact tracing teams to the city.
Friday evening, Donald Trump had already attacked the "furious crowds" whom he accused of wanting to destroy at the same time as statues the whole history of the United States.
Furthermore, during his speech, Trump announced, without putting forward any evidence, that 99% of coronavirus cases in the United States were "completely harmless", while several American states reported record numbers of new COVID infections. -19.
He also said that the United States would have a vaccine or a therapeutic solution for the coronavirus "well before" the end of 2020.
(Jeff Mason, Katanga Johnson, Julia Harte, Tim Reid in Washington and Trevor Hunnicutt in New York; French version Camille Raynaud)
New Mexico governor postpones contact sports at high schools in fall .
Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham's postponement includes football and soccer for now, with non-contact sports under review and likely delayed.The postponement includes both football and soccer for now, although the briefing also stated that non-contact sports such as volleyball and cross country are under review and will "likely" have delayed starts to seasons.