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Trump fled to the White House bunker on Friday for protests

June 1, 2020

The President of the United States, Donald Trump, was evacuated on Friday due to escalating protests nearby in the White House bunker, where the Secret Service had to intervene to remove some of the barriers installed next to the President’s headquarters.

The US president fled to the bunker for a short time and, according to a government spokesman quoted by CBS News, did not do so much because of excessive jealousy because there was an immediate risk to the integrity of the New York magnate.

The White House area has become the scene of recent mobilizations for the death of Afro-American citizen George Floyd during an arrest by white police officers. Complaints about Trump’s own fire messages against the riots have been added to the riots over Floyd’s death.

Trump fled to the White House bunker on Friday for protestsTrump fled to the White House bunker on Friday for protests

This Sunday, police again filed charges against groups of demonstrators gathered next to the President’s headquarters, while Washington Mayor Muriel Bowser issued a curfew starting at 11:00 p.m. local time. Despite this warning, many people stayed close to the White House after the deadline.

In addition, the White House’s exterior lights were turned off late in the day, which is common, according to the New York Times.