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During Trump’s speech, an explosion sounded and walked to the church to open the way for the military and police

President Donald Trump holds a Bible as he visits outside St. John’s Church across Lafayette Park from the White House Monday, June 1, 2020, in Washington. Park of the church was set on fire during protests on Sunday night. (AP Photo/Patrick Semansky)

When US President Trump delivered a speech in the White House on Monday (1st), he could hear a clear explosion. Military vehicles cleared the road on Pennsylvania Avenue in front of the White House. Trump walked to the “President’s Chapel”, which was opened by the military police and police.

“The death of Freud made all Americans feel distressed and rebelled. The government promised to do justice for him and his family. He will not be killed in vain.” Soon after Trump’s speech, the scene could be heard from a distance The explosion came and stopped temporarily. Trump was not affected by it and continued to speak.

“The United States is built on the rule of law, which is the foundation of our prosperity, freedom, and lifestyle. If there is no law in a place, there is no opportunity there; if there is no justice in a place, there is no freedom there; if there is no security in a place, there There is no future.” When Trump’s speech reached the second half, the explosions came again, and the source of these explosions was the police who dispersed the protesters outside the White House.

It is reported that the police threw tear gas to drive off the protesters. After the tear gas exploded, the crowds scattered and the scene was chaotic.

In his speech, Trump said that the governors of each state must take tough measures to stop the riots. He suggested that the governor deploy a national guard to control the streets. In addition, Trump said he has deployed troops to protect the security of the capital, Washington.

According to the Associated Press report, while Trump was giving a speech in the Rose Garden of the White House, military vehicles were cleared on Pennsylvania Avenue in front of the White House. Gendarmerie and police also clashed with demonstrators in Lafayette Park.

These peaceful demonstrators were expelled so that Trump could walk to St John’s Church, known as the “President’s Church”, which was arson-damaged during protests and demonstrations this week.

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