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National Guard forces intervene to remove protesters from the vicinity of the White House

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Military police forces imposed a security cordon around the White House, according to urgent news broadcast by Sky News a little while ago, and the National Guard forces interfered to remove the protesters from the vicinity of the White House.

Earlier, US President Donald Trump said that he would issue presidential orders to stop sabotage and destruction, explaining that these moves are led by local terrorists and this is a crime against humanity, and the US President added, during his speech at the White House, that many state governors failed to protect their citizens from attacks. Gangs and thieves.

Donald Trump said he had asked state governors to deploy the National Guard in sufficient numbers to protect citizens, saying: I will make a decision to deploy the army if things escalate to quickly establish security and order.

The US President added, “I warn the organizers of terrorism and movements that we will prosecute them, and I will make a decision to deploy the army in case matters escalate to quickly establish security and order.

US President Donald Trump said during his speech at the White House: My first duty is to defend these people, and Donald Trump continued: As for George and his family, I say that his death will not be in vain.

Donald Trump stressed that he would work to protect peaceful protesters and would not allow their votes to be kidnapped. The US President added: We will apply justice in the case of the murder of George Floyd, and I will work to respect the country’s law.

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