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Justice for George Floyd: Donald Trump’s Youngest Daughter Supports Black Lives Matter Protests

Justice for George Floyd

Justice for George Floyd: President Donald Trump’s younger daughter Tiffany Trump has also supported the ongoing protests in the United States.

Last week, violent protests were taking place in the United States over the death of George Floyd, a black man by the hands of a white police officer.

Curfew has been imposed in at least 40 cities due to the protests, but even then people are taking to the streets.

Tiffany has posted a black picture on Instagram. Also, he wrote using the hashtags #BlackoutTuesday and #justiceforgeorgefloyd, “alone we can achieve less, we can achieve more together.”

Justice for George Floyd: Donald Trump’s Youngest Daughter Supports Blacks

Justice for George Floyd
Justice for George Floyd

The message of Trump’s lawyer daughter came on social media at a time when police were using tear gas to control protesters outside the White House in the capital, Washington.

Donald Trump’s second wife and Tiffany’s mother, Marla Maples, also posted a picture of the black screen supporting the protesters.

Many of those commenting on this post has supported Tiffany’s statement, but there is also no shortage of people who have written that Tiffany should talk about this to her father, President Trump.

#BlackoutTuesday is becoming very popular on social media in the USA. With this hashtag, people are writing against police brutality and racial system.

What happened?
Justice for George Floyd
Justice for George Floyd

Last week, a black man, George Floyd, died in police custody in Minneapolis.

People’s resentment came to light after a video clip went viral in which a blonde police officer was seen kneeling on the neck of an unarmed black man named George Floyd.

A few minutes later, 46-year-old George Floyd died. In the video, it can be seen that George and the people around him are pleading with the police officer to release him.

George, below the knee of the police officer, is repeatedly saying “Please, I can’t breathe (I can’t breathe)”.¬†

This became his last word. In many cities of America, protesters are carrying the banner of ‘I can’t breathe’.

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