Donald Trump’s Daughter Supports Protest

The Donald Trumps youngest daughter Tiffany Trump recently expressed her solidarity with the George Floyd and Black Lives Matter protests with a Blackout Tuesday post on Instagram.Tifannys post came a just hours now new post on the own instagram after protesters were forcibly removed from outside the White House using tear gas so that President Trump could go to a nearby church to pose for photos.

The photos of Trump posing with a Bible in front of the church which had been damaged amid protests went viral and caused massive outrage.Tifanny was supported by her mother and Trumps second wife Marla Maples.The actress also shared a Blackout Tuesday post on social media.The Blackout Tuesday campaign was started last Tuesday by anti race activists to raise awareness and solidarity with the larger Black Lives Matter campaign which has been for equal rights for African and American persons in the US for nearly a decade.

The campaign urges internet users to post blacked out images to draw attention to police brutality and systemic racism that exists in the US.On Wednesday Tiffany took to the photo sharing platform and shared an image of a black screen along with a Helen Keller quote.Alone we can achieve so little together we can achieve so much the law graduate wrote.By doing so Tiffany became the first of the First Family to show solidarity for the protests that followed the killing of 46 year old George Floyd while in police custody in Minneapolis Minnesota.

Despite severe protests that tore through several cities in the US in the past week leading to massive destruction of property as well as thousands of arrests now none of the Trumps including the President.Lao ji aa hun dekho nava hi panga pe gea hai trump de ghr ch per ki hai eh sara mamla dekho eh poori video te krdo fer dabke share.First lady Melania Trump or daughter Ivanka Trump have uttered a word in solidarity or condemnation of the killing.

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