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"It's a great day for George Floyd," says Trump

The American president returned to controversy this Friday when apparently linking the surprising unemployment numbers to the protests against the death of George Floyd, saying that this was a “great day” for the African American. Donald Trump refused to respond…
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Biden accuses Trump of being concerned about his re-election

Democratic White House candidate Joe Biden accuses President Donald Trump of being more concerned about his re-election than the divisions caused by the violent demonstrations in the U.S. When peaceful protesters are removed by order of the President, from the balcony of…
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Workers criticize relationship between Zuckerberg and Trump

Can workers change Facebook’s attitude? Many think so, protest and criticize Zuckerberg for putting Trump at ease. The big tech companies (and innovation-based startups) have long fought for the best talent to stay ahead of others, to have the algorithms or the…
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"I am the President of Law and Order" - Trump

Following the results of the autopsy to George Floyd, who attribute the cause of death to homicide, Trump spoke to the country and threatened to invoke a 1807 law to end the protests. In his angry speech, Donald Trump warned that if the governors did not end the violence…
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US activates 5,000 military personnel to handle protests

There are two thousand more military personnel in reserve and ready to be activated. Some 5,000 National Guard personnel, reserve military personnel, have been deployed in 15 states in the United States and the District of Columbia to deal with protests against police…
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America of opportunity turns to iron and fire

Clashes, fires and looting in several cities mark protests. African-American police killings were the trigger for a multiracial rebellion. The wreckage of “El Nuevo Rodeo” will be the most symbolic of the chaos that has engulfed the United States. Smashed…
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Trump at war with the Internet

After a few hesitations, Twitter this week started putting fact-checking statements in Donald Trump’s posts that were misled in the information provided. At stake are tweets about the postal votes for 2020 presidential candidates in the U.S., which Trump says will…