The events that happened in Charlottesville are ones that we can never look forward to, but we also can’t forget about them
Our president issued three statements regarding the demonstrations, but the media still looked for the needle in the haystack and criticized him.
The newest information that came from the White House tell us how Trump reacted.
We know how the protest went. Led by Black Lives Matter and White Supremacist, protestors marched to react to the toppling of a Confederate statue. But these protestors were met by leftist, ready to go head-to-head. As Christian News Alert recently wrote, Trump had chosen his side.
He had no nice words to say about neither of the groups. He was totally against what they went out for and offered his viewpoint. But he also mentioned he believes the left-leaning extremist were not less responsible than the organizers.
He said they were masked, armed with weapons and ready to confront their opposing side. It looked like an organized mafia, so why shouldn’t they be talked about? Oh, yes, because they are protected by the mainstream media who loves a liberal.
But Trump’s thoughts resulted with a couple of CEOs in the White House are leaving their workplaces because they felt disrespected (for not so clear reasons). For that reason, he dissolved the newly created Manufacturing Council and Strategy and Policy Forum.
He announced it via Twitter, and the main spark that caused the fire was the numerous business leaders that stepped down from their association with Trump’s government.
Rather than putting pressure on the businesspeople of the Manufacturing Council & Strategy & Policy Forum, I am ending both. Thank you all!
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) August 16, 2017
Their tasks were not the hardest – they needed to be a sort of connection with the people’s business ideas, and to have regular meetings discussing how to make relationships more friendly.
This didn’t happen as only one meeting was held and the ways were parted. The mainstream media only tells you Trump’s part of the event, not everything as it stands.
Scroll to the comment section and tell us – should the executives had stepped down, will things smooth up now?