October 17, 2021

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Trump denounces Cuomo brothers in storm of tweet over George Floyd protests

Trump denounces Cuomo brothers in storm of tweet over George Floyd protests

President Trump denounced the Cuomo brothers on Tuesday – commenting on the plight of the protests in New York City and referring to the fall estimates of the CNN host.

“Yesterday was a bad day for the Cuomo Brothers. New York lost to all forms of robbers, thugs, far left, and Low Life & Scum. The governor refuses to accept my offer of the dominant National Guard. NYC was torn to pieces. Likewise, Fredo’s ratings have dropped by 50%! The President Published on Twitter.

Trump said Monday that he would invoke the White House on Monday to pass a 1807 law that would allow the US military to send states to states if the governor does not appoint a national guard to prevent reprisals and riots in some areas over the death of George Floyd. Is illegal and includes robbery and arson.

“We cannot allow the righteous cries of peaceful protesters to be drowned out by an angry mob,” Trump said.

Minutes after he was announced at the White House, the president and top executives walked through Lafayette Park to St. John’s Episcopal Church, which was on fire over the weekend.

The president kept a copy of the Bible while posing for photographs in front of a historic church.

Gov. Andrew Cuomo, who rejected Trump’s offer to level the military, mocked the president’s appearance at the church and likened it to a reality show.

“God wants to turn this into a reality TV show for God and the nation,” Cuomo told CNN on Monday night. “Call the army, and then I’ll go to church and grab a Bible.”

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“He used the army to put out a peaceful protest so he could have a photo in a church,” Cuomo tweeted. “It’s a reality TV show for this president. Shame. ”

Monday evening in New York turned violent, as the crowd rallied around Midtown Manhattan and looted several high-end shops despite the night. Curfew.

More than 200 people were arrested.

Chris Cuomo, who interviewed his brother on his CNN show “Cuomo Prime Time”, saw his ratings drop by 50 percent since March 30.