Trump explained the cancellation of a trip to a golf club

Trump explained the cancellation of a trip to a golf club

US President Donald Trump explained the cancellation of the weekend trip to his golf club with a desire to make sure Washington is safe, he wrote about this on Saturday on Twitter.
“I was going to Bedminster, New Jersey this weekend, but I wanted to stay in Washington to make sure that the law and order were respected. Arsonists, anarchists, robbers and instigators were mostly stopped. I am doing everything necessary for our society was safe, and these people will be brought to justice! ” He wrote.
Earlier, the media drew attention to a change in the schedule of the president, from where the trip to Bedminster disappeared during the day, where Trump has a golf club. Many attributed this to the fact that in a number of states, including New Jersey, there has been an increase in the number of coronavirus infections in recent days.
Trump had threatened ten years in prison for vandalism against the statue of the seventh president of the United States, Andrew Jackson, as well as for the damage to St. John’s Church in Washington, DC. He ordered the arrest of everyone who is trying to destroy or commit acts of vandalism against monuments and statues in the country. Earlier this week, a group of protesters attempted to knock down Jackson’s statue in the square in front of the White House.

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In all States, amid protests after the death of African-American George Floyd at the hands of the police, a spontaneous demolition of monuments to the southerners of the Civil War began. This also affected the statues of the discoverer of America, Christopher Columbus, whom left-wing activists accuse of genocide of the indigenous population of America.