Trump Not Ready To Accept The White Supremacists

The elections this year are not going to be an easy thing. The President and the vice president of America are both set to give each other a tough fight, and the best one will get to enjoy the leadership. When on the one hand Biden is all set with his focussed mind and a broad perspective, on the other hand, Trump is not only acting foolishly but is also not ready to accept the mistakes he has made.

Trump not ready to accept the white supremacists

The anti-police issue was brought up in the debate to which President smirked and looked under-confident. Though he tried to answer every question that was asked, some points made him lose the pace. One such thing was why he is not intervening in the white supremacists’ matter and getting an end to the chaos that is going on. This was one of the parts where Trump clearly said that he wants peace and will try and talk to them, but he is not ready to accept them. On Tuesday, President Donald Trump declined to blame white nationalists for inciting unrest at national anti-police brutality rallies during the presidential debate that left-wing abuse came from. The incredible moment came when moderator Chris Wallace asked Trump if he was willing to reject white supremacists and state that they would back down despite simultaneous national protests.

Trump said that yes, he will talk to them and convince them that all he wants is peace in the country. With Trump talking about peace, Biden was also involved in the scenario and tried to drill Trump on more issues. Somebody will have to do something about Antifa and the left, so this isn’t an issue for the right-wing. Trump continues: Proud boys — stand back and stand by. People are shocked when Trump said that he is not ready to accept the white Supremacists.  Members of the Proud Boys, a far-right organization that the Southern Poverty Law Center argues is a hate party, were seen on Trump’s several 2020 campaign rallies in their Black and Yellow Polo shirt outfit. Established in 2016, it was founded by Gavin McInnes and identified members as Western chauvinists who fail to apologize for building a modern world. It is known for its anti-Muslim and microcystic rhetoric.

The community platform believes its popularity is that young Americans have done up the apologies era but disagree on the ties between the right-wing and white supremacists. McInnes sued the Centre for Southern Poverty Law to designate the organization. Some groups can help you win the elections and enjoy a calm rule, and then some groups will prove the worse for you. The President’s denial of condemning the White supremacists and his connexion to the community notably prompted the Proud Boys’ immediate celebration. Photos of the Proud Boys’ are revamped logo with a note in the party signature, which spread rapidly online, yellow and purple. Hogan Gidley, a spokesperson for Trump Campaign, sought Wednesday morning to make Trump’s comments explicit and misleading proposals for a firm rejection by Trump.

He doesn’t expect them to do what they think they want to do. It is a party that cannot be condemned. As Chris Wallace asked the President if he was condemning these parties, he said sure that you just heard in the clip. Last night, he said this many times, not so often in the past. Although Trump condemned the KKK and White Supremacists cautiously in the past, they are there, and you just cannot avoid them. They are a strong group and can turn the tables upside down if they go against you. Through comparison, Antifa and anarchists have been described by Trump’s administration as a significant threat to the US counterpart to the KKK and recently promised a plan to sue the KKK and Antifa as extremist groups. According to the Homeland Safety Agency, White supremacists would be the most persistent and deadly danger in the US by 2021.

The new draught study expects a ‘great danger at least’ early next year, with some US-based militant extremists drawing on heightened social and political unrest in 2020. After the debate on Tuesday, Democrat candidate Kamala Harris told CNN’s Jake Tapper about Trump’s remarks. The President has refused to condemn the supremacists in the year of the lord. However, the people called it a messy debate and did not impact most of them. The presidential debates have been powerful, but this one lacked a lot where only one candidate knew what he has to speak, and the other was only fulfilling the formality of being a part of the same. The elections are only less than five weeks away, and the preparations are going on in full swing. With many speculations going on related to the results, the maximum of the citizens believes that it is time for Trump to leave.

The debate was a long one and had multiple issues that were discussed. One of the major issues was the pandemic and vaccine. Trump took the virus casually, and because of him, more than 2000000 lost their lives. Had it been the case that more focus was there on the healthcare and emergency, the numbers would have been less. People are angry and outraged with the light approach that the President showed in comparison to other countries. Biden also focused on the upcoming changes he wants to bring in the lives of the people. Making it a point to make a rule on masks and social distancing, he also said that would be focussing on the generation of a vaccine that the people will have trust in.

With the eyes all set on their targets, both of them had given their strong points to clarify that the best one is going to win. Trump looks a bit under-confident guy, but Biden was clear and straight on point.The stage is set and all the leaders are ready for the big fight and the results to be announced. With many of them clear about what the results are going to be both the candidates are trying their besot to come out with the ruling flag.

 

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About the Author: Nikki Attkisson

With over 15 years as a practicing journalist, Nikki Attkisson found herself at Powdersville Post now after working at several other publications. She is an award-winning journalist with an entrepreneurial spirit and worked as a journalist covering technology, innovation, environmental issues, politics, etc. Nikki Attkisson has also worked on product development, content strategy, and editorial management for numerous media companies. Her investigative works exposed to child sex-trafficking and environmental issues. She began her career at local news stations and worked as a reporter in national newspapers.

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