July 13, 2020

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White Property Push Secretary Defends Trump Sharing ‘White Power’ Video clip

White House Press Secretary Defends Trump Sharing 'White Power' Video

In the course of a Monday early morning interview on “Fox & Mates,” White Property push secretary Kayleigh McEnany defended Donald Trump’s choice to share a online video depicting a single of his supporters shouting “white electrical power,” a nicely-recognized white supremacist slogan. The president retweeted the video from his Twitter account on Sunday and afterwards deleted it amid popular backlash on the web.

On Sunday, the White Property mentioned Trump saw “tremendous enthusiasm from his several supporters” in the online video and claimed he “did not hear” the slogan regardless of it staying yelled loudly in just the video’s very first 10 seconds.

McEnany recurring the claim on Monday and, regardless of Trump having deleted the tweet, said “his issue in tweeting out that video was to stand with his supporters who are quite often demonized.”

The videoinitially tweeted from an anonymous account, confirmed a man driving a golf cart fitted with Trump paraphernalia and shouting the slogan for the duration of a verbal exchange with anti-Trump protesters. The Twitter consumer wrote that the altercation took area in The Villages, a local community for seniors in Florida. 

In his now-deleted retweet, Trump thanked the “great people today of The Villages,” introducing, “The Radical Left Do Almost nothing Democrats will Drop in the Drop.”



President Donald Trump shared a video clip from an nameless Twitter consumer depicting just one of his supporters shouting “white electric power.”

Former Vice President Joe Biden, Trump’s presumptive opponent in the November election, was among quite a few who mentioned the president’s use of the phrase “great people” in his Sunday tweet was related to how he described white supremacists who held a fatal rally in Charlottesville, Virginia, in 2017.

Democrats weren’t the only types who criticized Trump’s tweet on Sunday. South Carolina Sen. Tim Scott, the lone Black Republican in the Senate who is routinely tapped to offer the Trump administration’s insurance policies to Black people today, made available on Sunday what, for him, could be deemed as forceful a condemnation as any. 

“There is no question he really should not have retweeted it and he should really just take it down,” Scott instructed CNN in an interview.