Demonstrators tried to pull down statues outside the White House and set up a black palace autonomous region

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 Demonstrators tried to pull down statues outside the White House and set up a black palace autonomous region


The report also said a group of demonstrators gathered in Lafayette Square near the White House to try to pull down a statue commemorating the 7th president of the United States, Andrew Jackson.

As can be seen from the live video, the demonstrators tied ropes to the statue to try to pull it down, and the local police immediately sent reinforcements to the area to stop the destruction. RT said that after arriving at the scene, the police seemed to use pepper spray to disperse the crowd.

(function(){( window.slotbydup=window .slotbydup||[]).push({id:u6056789,container:ssp_ 6056789, async:true }According to CNN, the secret service informed members of the White House press corps to leave the white house immediately on the night of the 22nd local time. CNN said it was a very unusual decision, and the White House did not give an explanation. Reported that the decision was made at the time of a protest in Lafayette Square opposite the White House. Protesters at the scene tried to pull down the statue of former President Jackson in the middle of the park. But in the end, the protesters were driven out of the park by police. Related recommendations 500 people in Stuttgart smash, rob and attack police, German media: may be related to the death of black people in the United States, fear of retaliation? Xiao Wan, the suspect of kneeling to kill black people in the United States, jailed by African American prison guards, is urgently transferred from the United States to check the brand of racial discrimination. Source: global network Author: Cui Yan editor in charge: Wang Rong_ NN9299

According to CNN, the US Secret Service informed members of the White House press corps to leave the white house immediately on the night of the 22nd local time. CNN said it was a very unusual decision, and the White House did not give an explanation.

Reported that the decision was made at the time of a protest in Lafayette Square opposite the White House. Protesters at the scene tried to pull down the statue of former President Jackson in the middle of the park. But in the end, the protesters were driven out of the park by police.