Black man death protest demo President Trump “Terrorism in Japan” 11:54, June 2
A week after the death of a black man in the U.S., President Trump condemned a press conference and blamed "terrorism within the country" for part of the protest demonstration as a mob, and if necessary He emphasized the idea of sending troops and dealing with them severely.
On the other hand, there has been criticism that the president's hard-line attitude has caused conflict, which has deepened the confusion.
In the United States, protests have spread throughout the United States following the death of a black man who was seized by a white police officer, and some have become mobs, causing arson and looting in stores.
According to the Associated Press, more than 4,400 people have been detained and some casualties have occurred so far.
Just one week after the incident, President Trump said in a press conference at the White House that he said, "I am the President of Law and Order and an ally of all peaceful protests." He strongly condemned the act of terrorism in Japan.
"I urged the governors of the United States to mobilize enough troops to control the city. If there are mayors and governors who refuse to act to protect the lives and property of their inhabitants, I would We will dispatch troops and solve problems in a matter of seconds."
He added, "Persons who organize riots will be severely punished and will be sentenced to long prison sentences," stressing the idea of dealing severely with those involved.
After that, President Trump visited a riot-fire church near the White House, but prior to this, police officers used warning bullets to alert people who were protesting around the church. Since it was forcibly removed, there was a repulsive voice at the scene, and it became a tumultuous moment.
The opposition, the Democratic Party, and the media are deepening confusion as they strongly criticize President Trump's formidable stance, saying that "when they should try to control the situation, they are in conflict."