What did Trump tweeted that he immediately deleted? The White House had to clarify.

What did Trump tweeted that he immediately deleted? The White House had to clarify.
US President Donald Trump has re-entered the discussion by posting a controversial video. In this video, one of his supporters is seen chanting 'White Power' slogan. It is a racial catchphrase that best describes whites. Trump, however, removed the video shortly after.

The White House made the case clear by saying that the president did not hear what he said in the video. Trump tweeted on Sunday, "Thank you to the great people in The Villages." Senator Tim Scout said: "There is no question that Trump should not take back that video and delete it."

Scott is the only Black Republican in the Senate. He said: "I think you cannot defend yourself in any way." Shortly after the controversy escalated, Trump removed the video.

White House spokesman Jude Deere said in a statement, "President Trump is a big fan of The Village. He did not hear what was said in the video. He simply saw the enthusiasm of his followers.

The White House did not respond to Trump's question, refuting his supporter's statement. Meanwhile, Democratic Party presidential candidate Joe Biden condemned Trump for the case.

The former Vice President tweeted: 'We are fighting for the soul of the country and the President has made his position clear. But we will win this battle. Significantly, since the murder of a black man, George Floyd, by a white police officer in Minneapolis, a case of atrocities against black people has been burning in the United States.

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