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martes, 2 de junio de 2020

Donald Trump se deja ver en la Casa Blanca tras protestas por muerte de George Floyd

Donald Trump, presidente de Estados Unidos, camin贸 el lunes desde la Casa Blanca hasta la Iglesia Episcopal de Saint John, que hace unas horas result贸 da帽ado por un incendio registrado durante una hist贸rica manifestaci贸n contra el racismo que adelantaron cientos de personas en las 煤ltimas horas.






Al finalizar una declaraci贸n en los jardines de la Casa Blanca, el mandatario anunci贸 que ir铆a a un lugar "muy, muy especial", y se dirigi贸 a pie a la llamada "iglesia de los presidentes", afectada por las llamas.

"Tenemos un gran pa铆s", dijo Trump, con una Biblia en la mano.


Antes hab铆a anunciado el despliegue de miles de soldados armados en Washington, tras los disturbios, que calific贸 como una "deshonra". Trump asegura que va a detener "los disturbios, los saqueos, el vandalismo, los ataques y la destrucci贸n gratuita de la propiedad".

Justamente antes de su discurso la Polic铆a tuvo que dispersar a la multitud que se encontraba a las afueras de la residencia presidencial con gases lacrim贸genos.

En la zona fue decretado un toque de queda, con el que las autoridades buscan evitar que se repitan los desmanes registrados en la noche del domingo.



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Donald Trump, President of the United States, walked Monday from the White House to the Episcopal Church of Saint John, which a few hours ago was damaged by a fire registered during a historic anti-racism demonstration that hundreds of people advanced in recent hours.

At the end of a statement in the gardens of the White House, the president announced that he would go to a "very, very special" place, and went on foot to the so-called "church of the presidents", affected by the flames.



"We have a great country," said Trump, with a Bible in hand.



He had previously announced the deployment of thousands of armed soldiers in Washington after the riots, which he called a "disgrace." Trump assures that he is going to stop "the disturbances, the sackings, the vandalism, the attacks and the free destruction of the property".

Just before his speech, the police had to disperse the crowd that was outside the presidential residence with tear gas.


A curfew was decreed in the area, with which the authorities seek to prevent the excesses registered on Sunday night from repeating.