The President of the United States, Donald Trump, is traveling to South Dakota this Friday to open the annual Independence Day commemoration in front of Mount Rushmore, amid a critical moment for the coronavirus pandemic and protests against police brutality and racism, the latter in the latter Case with criticism of the emblematic relief has taken on a new facet and has arisen on land that originally belonged to the Sioux Indians.
As with the resumption of the President’s rallies, the Trump team has limited itself to recommending the use of masks to the approximately 7,500 attendees who will attend the ceremony, rather than forcing them to be used against the recommendations of numerous states in the country in order to To prevent the spread of the coronavirus in the population.
“We’re going to have an incredible night,” Trump said at the White House Thursday, where he announced “fireworks like few people have ever seen.”
It is precisely this pyrotechnics that have caused unrest among environmental activists and former security officials who fear the explanation of fires at the ceremony associated with the ceremony. “Any burning residue or tinder could start a fire because the place is surrounded by pine forests and its resin is extremely flammable,” former fire chief Bill Gabbert told USA Today.