Donald Trump says he is investigating Rains heading towards RNC in ‘black thugs full of thugs’


Donald Trump has said that investigations are underway on a ‘plane full of thugs’ with the intention of causing chaos, who say he flew to Washington DC for the Republican National Convention.

The president commented on Fox News in an interview with Laura Ingram on Monday.

During the interview, Trump said that his Democratic opponent, Joe Biden, his ‘strings’ are being ‘pulled by people you’ve never heard of, people are in the dark shadows’.

Ingram replied: ‘What does this mean? It sounds like a conspiracy theory. ‘

But Trump responded: ‘Those are the people who are on the streets, the people who are controlling the streets.

‘We met someone on a plane from a certain city this weekend. And on the plane it was fully loaded with gear and this, with these dark uniforms, thugs wearing black uniforms. They are on a plane. ‘

When he was asked for the details, he replied: ‘I’ll tell you for some time. It is still under investigation. ‘

Trump’s statement came on the same day he defended the action of 17-year-old Kyle Rittenhouse, who shot and killed two people during a Kane-Wisconsin protest.

Trump said the teenager – a supporter of the president – might have ‘got angry’, if he wasn’t shooting at them with the illegal gun he was carrying, by an angry mob.

Donald Trump appeared in Fox News on Monday evening and spoke of ‘planes of thugs’.

The president told Laura Ingraham that he could not disclose details of the flights publicly.

The president told Laura Ingraham that he could not disclose details of the flights publicly.

The Kenosha shootings occurred amid nationwide protests against police violence, about which Trump claims he is being funded by outsiders.

In a Fox News interview, Trump said that he saw a mob of ‘thugs’ on a ‘flight from a certain city’ to Washington DC for the conference.

‘This person was coming to the Republican National Convention and there were seven people on the plane [with] This person, and then a lot of people, were on the plane to do big damage, ‘Trump insisted.

‘it’s all happening.’

The president said that the money for the protests was coming from ‘very stupid rich people’ who were committing violence.

‘Money is coming from some very stupid rich people [who] He had no idea that if his talk was ever successful, which it would not be, he would be thrown to the wolves like you have never seen before. ‘

While Trump spoke, shouts and chants could be heard from protesters in the background

While Trump spoke, shouts and chants could be heard from protesters in the background

The president said that the money for the protests was coming from 'very stupid rich people' who were committing violence.

The president said that the money for the protests was coming from ‘very stupid rich people’ who were committing violence.

On the last night of the Republican National Convention, attendees were attacked by a large crowd of protesters and arrested as they left the White House on Thursday night.

Footage in the streets around Pennsylvania Avenue shows a white-haired man being punched in the back of the head and later knocked to the ground by a mob of activists who threw water at him.

Meanwhile, RNC committee member Chris Egger and his wife were repeatedly abused by Balakwa-wearing Protesters who threatened ‘f *** you up’ while trying to enter their hotel doors.

Hundreds of activists had gathered outside the White House to protest Trump’s nomination acceptance speech, trying to make it out with air horns and fireworks.

While the demonstrations began in a peaceful manner, things began to get progressively ugly, as night attendees were forced to play a trick of angry activists as they tried to leave the incident.

The footage showed some scuffle between police officers and protesters, some of whom targeted the officers who threw the batons in response.

Senator Rand Paul was also accused by protesters who nearly pushed him to the ground after leaving the White House.

Protests erupted outside the White House on Thursday evening, as Trump addressed the RNC

Protests erupted outside the White House on Thursday evening, as Trump addressed the RNC

Republicans attending the White House speech on Thursday needed to run away

Republicans attending the White House speech on Thursday needed to run away

However, many of the videos did not have police protection for attendees who were surrounded by a group of aggressive protesters.

Protests began around noon in Washington DC, with Amazon owner Jeff Bezos rallying outside the mansion, demanding a minimum wage of $ 30 per hour.

Demonstrations took to the streets around the White House from 7pm, with DJs and bands playing in an attempt to exclude RNC.

During the convention, which ran from 9 a.m. to 11 p.m., protesters set off fireworks and played aerial horn, which could be heard in the background of Trump’s speech as it aired on TV.

Initially, a scuffle ensued between activists and a small number of counter-protesters, according to DeCest.

But the disturbance became more widespread as the session ended.

Against the backdrop of the protest, Trump’s speech this November portrayed a strong choice for voters: a second term for himself or a vote for Joe Biden, who claimed he would ‘demolish’ the nation.

In his speech on the South Lawn of the White House, the president warned, “Despite our greatness as a nation, everything we have achieved is now endangered.”

On Monday, Trump defended the actions of Kyle Rittenhouse, stating that the 17-year-old might have been killed ‘, in Kenosha, Wisconsin, if he had not opened fire, two protesters would have died last Tuesday.

“I think he was trying to get away from them, it seems,” Trump said in response to a DailyMail.com question on Monday, and he fell when they attacked him very violently. . “

‘It was something that we are watching right now and it is under investigation, but I think he was in big trouble. He might have been killed. It is under investigation, ‘he added during his press conference.

Ranthouse has been charged with two counts of ‘willful murder’, an allegation in Wisconsin state law that is similar to murder in most other states for his actions in Kenosha in which two people were killed and one was injured.

President Trump defended Kyle Ritenhouse's actions, stating that he would have been 'probably' killed by an angry mob with an illegal gun carrying '17' by an angry mob.

President Trump defended Kyle Ritenhouse’s actions, stating that he would have been ‘probably’ killed by an angry mob with an illegal gun carrying ’17’ by an angry mob.

Rittenhouse was part of a group of armed civilians guarding a service station in Kenosha. A scuffle ensued between him and the protesters. Shots were fired and 36-year-old Joseph Rosenbaum was badly shot in the head.

A video posted on social media shows a man who police believe Rittenhouse calls on a cellphone and says: ‘I call someone right now.’

He runs and is chased by several protesters, at least one of whom is armed with a handgun. The Retenhouse falls to the ground and the mob rushes to seize their weapon.

He was hit on the head by 26-year-old Protector Anthony Huber, who was a skateboard and wanted to strip him.

Kyle Rittenhouse, 17, was patrolling the streets with an AR-15.  He fell, was hit with a skateboard by other protesters who tried to strip him naked, and injured one person and killed two.  He is now placed on murder charges

Kyle Rittenhouse, 17, was patrolling the streets with an AR-15.  He fell, was hit with a skateboard by other protesters who tried to strip him naked, and injured one person and killed two.  He is now placed on murder charges

Kyle Rittenhouse, 17, was patrolling the streets with an AR-15. He fell, was hit with a skateboard by other protesters who tried to strip him naked, and injured one person and killed two. He is now placed on murder charges

Rittenhouse then begins firing at the group and kills Huber, eliminating Gage Grosskrutze.

He was not arrested until the following day, back in Illinois, despite going to the police with his hands in the air while other protesters shouted that he had shot several people.

He is in custody in Illinois. A judge will decide on a September 25 hearing whether Rittenhouse will be extradited to Wisconsin, where he will be produced as an adult. He faces six felony charges including first-degree intentional murder and first-degree reckless murder, and misdemeanor charges for possessing a dangerous weapon by a minor.

Rittenhouse’s attorney Lynn Wood said the 17-year-old vigilante was ‘attacked’ with ‘lethal force’ and ‘had the right to defend himself.’

Democratic candidate Joe Biden condemned President Trump’s defense of the shooting.

In a statement after Trump’s press conference, he said, “The president denied the violence.”

He said he would not kill even one of his supporters, who is accused of murder due to assault on others. He is so weak, so afraid of hatred, that he stirred to end it. So once again, I urge the President to say that peaceful protest is a right – a necessity – violence is wrong, period. No matter who does it, it does not matter what their political affiliation is. Period, ‘he said.

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