The President of the United States, Donald Trump, has charged this Friday with what he calls a “ruthless campaign” to remove certain monuments and statues in the North American country that have been described as “racist” or “imperialist” protests after the death of the African American George Floyd registered by the police.
“Our nation is experiencing a ruthless campaign to erase our history, defame our heroes, erase our values, and indoctrinate our children,” Trump warned at the opening of the annual Independence Day commemoration on Mount Rushmore. a monument in South Dakota that he promised to protect.
“When we gather here tonight, there is a growing danger that threatens any blessing that our ancestors fought so hard for,” he criticized the whistling of participants, as CNN television reported.
With this in mind, he affirmed that “those who are trying to erase the legacy” of the United States have the goal of making the Americans “forget” their “pride and great dignity,” so that “we ourselves or fate of can no longer understand “US”.