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Trump condemns the “new left fascism” trying to destroy the United States

Supporters of the ” new far-left fascism “in the United States want to destroy the country’s history and “overthrow the American revolution”.

This was stated on Friday, July 3, in the evening, US President Donald trump, speaking in South Dakota at a holiday event in honor of independence Day. The President’s speech was broadcast on the White house’s Facebook page.

Trump’s speech was dedicated to protest movements in the United States, whose participants demolish monuments to historical figures. “Our country is witnessing a relentless campaign to destroy our history, slander our heroes, erase our values and educate our children. Angry groups are trying to destroy the statues of our founders, ” he said.

According to the Republican, the organizers of these actions are trying to prove that the American people are weak and submissive, but this is not true.

Those who turn their anger toward monuments “seek to destroy the bonds of love and loyalty” that Americans feel for the United States and for each other. “Their goal is not the best America. Their goal is to end America, ” he added.

The manifestation of ” this new far-left fascism requires absolute loyalty “and, at its core, is totalitarianism and is necessary for the instigators of unrest to” overthrow the American revolution,” he concluded.

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At the end of June, it became known that the US authorities had detained more than 100 people for participating in riots and causing damage to Federal property.

On June 23, trump promised to protect national monuments from protesters and riots. He authorized the authorities to arrest anyone who tries to vandalize monuments and statues and sentence them to prison for up to 10 years.

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