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We are talking about records of the US President that the administration of the microblogging service Twitter has flagged as violating the ban on the justification of violence
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The US President Donald trump said that the media and the public misinterpreted the quote he used against the riots in connection with the death of an African-American George Floyd in Minneapolis (Minnesota). We are talking about records of the US President that the administration of the microblogging service Twitter has flagged as violating the ban on the justification of violence, reports TASS.
The administration of the social network Facebook, by contrast, is not found in the record of violations of its code of ethics. In his post, the US President has called the rioters thugs and warned that “in case of any difficulties,” the US Federal government will take the situation under control. He quoted the statement that, “when people start looting and shooting starts,” he explained in an interview with Fox News, a fragment of which was published on 12 June.
During an interview with a black journalist of TV channel Harris Faulkner asked the White house to clarify the situation, as the media, politicians and the public have attributed this quote to Walter Hadley, who in 1967 led the Miami (Florida), and justify harsh methods of suppression occurred in the year of mass unrest.
This phrase trump many now saw the undisguised threat of violence militiamen with participants of peaceful protests.
The US President said that meant completely different thing and borrowed a quote from one of the mayors of Philadelphia (Pennsylvania) in the 1970s, Frank Rizzo. “When looting, it will probably happen and shooting. It’s not a threat it is a fact, because this happens,” said trump.
American media said that Frank Rizzo really different severe of these words is not pronounced.