Trump Warns of 'Chaos' if Biden Elected: 'Whole Country Will be Minneapolis'
'It will be tremendous negative growth'
President Donald Trump has warned that, if Democratic Party presidential nominee Joe Biden wins the election in November, "the whole country will be Minneapolis."
Trump told his son Donald Trump Jr. in an interview:
"I feel that if the Democrats get in, we are literally going to end up in a recession/depression the likes of which you’ve never seen," President Trump said.
"It will be tremendous negative growth."
"There will be tremendous bedlam all over the place," the president added.
"There won’t be law and order. You’ll have a Seattle — you’ll have a Minneapolis like you’ve never seen before."
The president added:
"The whole country will be Minneapolis. And we saved it by me enforcing and sending the troops in.”
As violent protests, riots, and looting broke out in the wake of George Floyd's death; Trump called on Minneapolis Mayor Jacob Frey to "get his act together and bring the City under control."
Trump added he himself would "get the job done right" by sending in the National Guard.
"Any difficulty, and we will assume control but, when the looting starts, the shooting starts," Trump wrote in another tweet.
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As Neon Nettle reported earlier this week, Seattle's protester-seized "Capitol Hill Autonomous Zone" (CHAZ) used heavily-armed leftist mobs to enforce its own "laws" that are being carried out without due process.
Protesters recently seized the six-block zone in the Washington city after driving police from the area and taking control of the SPD's East Precinct.
Activists controlling the self-declared CHAZ area have set up a sealed perimeter controlled by a quasi-Border Patrol to keep police and other unwanted people out.
In a bid to relaunch his reelection campaign, Trump is holding his first rally since March 2 on Saturday, returning to the original "Make America Great Again" slogan for an event in Tulsa, Oklahoma.