Trump Retweets Video With MAGA Supporter Yelling 'White Power'

Joe Biden speaks at a campaign event in Fort Madison Iowa in January

After one man yelled "racist, racist", a Trump supported shouted back "white power!"

KING: And what did the White House say in the aftermath?

Judd Deere, another spokesman for the president, also said that Trump "did not hear the one statement made on the video". He said that the president did not hear the statement white power in the video and that what the president saw was, quote, "tremendous enthusiasm" from his many supporters.

Although the President shared the video, it is now clear if he was certain as to what the supporter had said.

"He stands for them and his point in tweeting out that video was to stand with his supporters who are oftentimes demonized", she added.

The June figure is the largest monthly haul of 2020 for Trump.

President Trump, meanwhile, has claimed as recently as April that when it comes to the content he tweets: "I notice everything". Scott is the only Black Republican in the Senate.


Mr Azar said: "I've not seen that video or that tweet, but obviously neither the president, his administration nor I would do anything to be supportive of white supremacy or anything that would support discrimination of any kind".

Two White House officials told NBC News on Monday that they tried to call the president to get him to delete the video, but couldn't reach him for hours while he golfed at his course in Virginia and had put his phone down.

Washington (CNN)It was a do-over of a softball question, but President Donald Trump still seemed to struggle to answer what he would do with a potential second term in an interview that aired Wednesday evening.

"Certainly the comment about the white power was offensive". The president infamously said there were "very fine people on both sides".

In recent weeks, Twitter has started flagging several of Trump's tweets with warning labels.

The tweet comes on the heels of Trump's hostile response to protests against racial injustice engulfing the United States following the death of Floyd, an unarmed Black man who died after a white police officer knelt on his neck for nearly nine minutes in Minneapolis.

The president retweeted the video with the comment, "Thank you to the great people of The Villages".

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