Trump unshackled: President defends Charlottesville response at raucous rally
Trump defends Virginia’s response in a raucous and divine speech
* Police use pepper spray on demonstrators outside of Phoenix Arena
* Defiant Trump mocks the American media: “They are bad people”
* The question of the former director of intelligence is the physical fitness of Trump to the
* Trump promises to halt government to build Mexico’s border wall
US President Donald Trump today urged supporters to defend his response to a white supremacist rally in Virginia and a pledge to close down the US government if necessary to build a wall along the Border with Mexico.
Criticized for saying that “both sides” were responsible for the violence between white supremacists and leftist protesters in Virginia August 12, Trump accused the television networks of ignoring their calls to the unit Continue.
“I did not say I love you because you’re black, or I love you because you’re white,” Trump said. “I love all the people of our country.”
Police used pepper spray to disperse the crowds after protesters threw stones and bottles out of the conference center where Trump spoke, police said.
Trump, who often use news organizations as a leaf, has repeatedly insisted in the media for criticizing how violence was covered in the university city of Charlottesville Virginia and the political consequences to be derived.
“They are really dishonest people, they are bad people, I really do not like our country,” Trump said. “The only ones who give these hate groups a platform are the media.”
In adopting a glotted tone, Trump stated that many journalists were unaware of his conviction of white supremacists, including the Ku Klux Klan.
“I go to them with the neo-Nazis, I hit them with everything … KKK? We KKK.I have them all,” he said.
James Clapper, a former director of the US Secret Service, said he was worried about Trump’s performance, which he called “alarming and disturbing.”
“I ask him questions about his ability to be on duty,” Clapper told CNN.
Funds for the border wall informed Congress of the United States, as lawmakers wonder if Trump’s main promise during the election campaign in 2016 is really necessary.
But with an impending budget battle, Trump said he would be willing to risk a politically dangerous government stop to get funds for the wall. He visited the border region in Yuma, Arizona, the previous Tuesday.
“If we have to close our government, we are building this wall,” Trump said. “We’re going to have our wall, the American people voted for immigration control.
With thousands of supporters cheering, Trump also weighed on another issue laden with racism, implying that he would forgive former Sheriff Joe Arpaio of Maricopa County.
Arpaio, 85, who fought against illegal immigration in the Phoenix area, was convicted last month of criminal contempt for violating the terms of a 2011 court order in a racial discrimination case.