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Donald Trump Addresses Protests In Minneapolis “These Thugs Are Dishonoring The Memory Of George Floyd”

Roommates, the tragic passing of George Floyd has sparked outraged across the country! It’s been 72 hours since the video of George Floyd’s last moments have gone viral and the country wants justice. Protestors have taken to the streets of various states in honor of George’s memory and things have unfortunately become violent. Tonight, we reported that the city of Minneapolis is protesting and a police precinct has been set on fire. See that video below:

Here’s a closer look at the fire:

With the police precinct in Minneapolis at full blaze, Donnie hopped on Twitter to chime in on what’s been going on. In his two tweets he addresses protestors and calls them “thugs” then closes his statement with “when the looting starts, the shooting starts.” See his tweets below:

The tweets have already started to trend and many people are very upset with the comments that were made. Unfortunately, the protests are escalating and resulting in injuries. The City of Minneapolis tweeted and asked people at the protests to please retreat for their own safety. The suggested there were unconfirmed reports that suggested the precinct that was set on fire may explode. See that tweet below:

We’re hearing unconfirmed reports that gas lines to the Third Precinct have been cut and other explosive materials are in the building.

If you are near the building, for your safety, PLEASE RETREAT in the event the building explodes.

— City of Minneapolis (@CityMinneapolis) May 29, 2020

We continue to urge everyone to please remain peaceful while protesting. As we await the fate of the police officers who killed Geroge Floyd, we encourage everyone to be safe and use their best judgement!

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