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Trump Retweeted "White Power" video that was later deleted

US President has shown his true colors time and time again, A White House Spokesperson said that Trump did not hear the phrase "White Power" in the video. Should he be given the benefit of the doubt or was it intentional? Take a look below!

  • President Trump accidentally tweeted a video with a Florida resident screaming "White Power" and later deleted the tweet.
  • White House says that it was a misunderstanding.

President Trump on Sunday retweeted a video showing one of his supporters in Florida yelling "white power" while riding a golf cart. Trump later deleted the tweet, and the White House claimed that Trump had "not heard" the racist phrase being yelled out in the video. Trump had retweeted the video with a shining endorsement of his supporters, it read: "Thank you to the great people of The Villages," referring to a retirement community in Florida. "The Radical Left Do Nothing Democrats will Fall in the Fall. Corrupt Joe is shot. See you soon!!!" The video shows a white Trump supporter riding in a golf cart yelling "white power" at anti-Trump protesters standing on the side.

The video that  captures several confrontations between senior Trump supporters and opponents, was shared by Twitter. The United States former vice president Joe Biden tweeted about the incident on Sunday, comparing Trump's response to the violent rally in Charlottesville in 2017, where he defended white supremacists, calling them "very fine people." Jo Biden responded "We're in a battle for the soul of the nation — and the President has picked a side," Biden tweeted. "But make no mistake: it's a battle we will win". Since then the President of the United States received a Tsunami of criticism. Do you think President Trump genuinely didn't hear what the video said or is he simply a racist?  

Estefanía Martínez

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