On Tuesday 30th June 2020, the United States president Donald Trump revealed that his government are currently  tracking down the two Anarchists who threw paint on the magnificent George Washington Statue in Manhattan.

The president disclosed this on his official twitter page saying that the involved persons will be prosecuted and face 10 years in Prison based on the Monuments and Statues Act. Turn yourselves in now.

 

 

We are tracking down the two Anarchists who threw paint on the magnificent George Washington Statue in Manhattan. We have them on tape. They will be prosecuted and face 10 years in Prison based on the Monuments and Statues Act. Turn yourselves in now!

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The Anti-racist demonstrations across the country sparked by the police-involved killing of George Floyd, a 46-year-old unarmed black man — have led to protestors toppling and defacing monuments in recent weeks.

The president also on Tueday had the Supreme Court hands his administration successive defeats at the same time his political standing craters, President Donald Trump has begun to raise both publicly and privately the potential boon another nomination to the panel this year might provide.

It’s an alluring prospect Trump believes could galvanize both his loyal base but also provide an opportunity to improve his standing among those voters whose support he is now hemorrhaging, people familiar with Trump’s thinking said.

That includes women, who Trump believes might be swayed if he nominates a female justice. Trump’s backing among women has waned as he adopts a hardline stance on racial matters and largely ignores the coronavirus pandemic. Trump has also suggested older voters might appreciate efforts to solidify the court’s conservative leaning for another generation, believing that group is focused on the court as an election issue.

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The President has long cast a potential third Supreme Court nomination as rationale for his reelection. But as the court’s term ends, Trump has begun musing at how a more immediate vacancy may help improve his weakened political standing in the months before November’s election.

“We have two justices of the Supreme Court — Justice Gorsuch, Justice Kavanaugh, they’re great,” Trump told supporters at his rally in Tulsa earlier this month. “We have two and we could get a few more. Yeah. We could get a few.”

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