Donald Trump was characterized by an excessive media presence with controversial and controversial pronouncements
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Washington.- The American Presidency Donald trump, which ends its mandate this Wednesday, has been characterized by an excessive media presence with controversial and controversial pronouncements.
These are some of the most significant statements made during his presidential term:
– January 2017. (Nationalism) « From this moment on, there will only be the United States of America first. »
– July 2017. (LGTBI) « Our army (…) cannot bear the tremendous medical expenses that transgender people would imply in the army. »
– August 2017. (Supremacism) « We condemn in the strongest terms this heinous display of fanaticism, racism and violence by multiple parties. Multiple parties », in reaction to a violent march by white supremacists in Charlottesville (Virginia).
– December 2017. (Climate change) « In the east, it could be the coldest New Year’s Eve on record. Maybe we could use a little of that old global warming that our country, but not others, was going to pay for billions of dollars. dollars to fight. «
– January 2018. (Immigration) « Why do we have all these people from countries (that are a) shit hole coming here? », Referring to African countries, Haiti and El Salvador, according to The Washington Post .
– March 2018. (Trade) « When a country is losing many billions of dollars in trade with every country it does business with, trade wars are good, and easy to win. »
– June 2018 (Immigration) « (Democrats) don’t care about crime and they want illegal immigrants (…) to enter and infest our country, » he said to defend his policy of separating families at the border, and using the word « infest », which evokes pathogens or insects.
– February 2019. (Abortion) « I am asking Congress to pass a law to prohibit late abortion of children who may feel pain in the mother’s womb. »
– June 2019. (Immigration) « Mexico is an abuser of the US. It always takes but never gives. It has been that way for decades. »
– July 2019. (Xenophobia) « Very interesting to see ‘progressive’ Democratic congressmen, who originally come from countries whose governments are a total catastrophe (…), now saying aggressively to the US people (.. .) how our government should be managed « , referring to three legislators born in the United States and another nationalized American, none of them white.
– April 2020. (COVID-19) « I see that the disinfectant knocks him out in a minute. Is there any way we can do something like an injection inside or almost a cleaning? » If we hit the body with a tremendous light it could kill the pathogen that causes the disease. «
– May 2020. (Xenophobia) « I just spoke with Governor Tim Walz and I told him that the Army is with him. » « When the looting begins, the shooting begins, » referring to protests over the death of African American George Floyd.
– July 2020. (COVID-19) « I’m taking it, hydroxychloroquine. I started taking it a couple of weeks ago. »
– September 2020. (COVID-19) « Don’t call it the coronavirus; it’s the Chinavirus. Corona sounds like an Italian village or something like that. It’s Chinavirus. »
– November 2020. (Elections) « This is a fraud against the American people. We were preparing to win these elections. Frankly, we have won these elections, » on election night, when the results of the elections were not yet known.
– January 2021. (Elections) « I only want to find 11,780 votes, which is one more than we have, » in a call to Georgia’s highest electoral authority, Brad Raffensperger, in which he pressured him to manipulate the results of the elections. elections in that state.
– January 2021. (Elections) « This was a fraudulent election, but we cannot play this people’s game. We need peace, so go home. We love you, you are very special, » after Republican protesters assaulted the Capitol.