Trump: Mobsters are destroying democracy

Washington-a, July 4: US President Donald Trump criticized what he described as angry mobs who tried to destroy statues of Confederate leaders and other historical figures, and warned in front of thousands of his supporters on Mount Rushmore that protesters were trying to erase American history.

 Trump's attendance at the event coincided with Friday, with seven US states recording new record cases of Covid-19 and the virus reaching a circle close to the president.

 Speaking at the foot of the famous Mount Rushmore memorial bearing the faces of four former US presidents, Trump warned that demonstrators against racial and racial discrimination in American society were threatening the foundations of the country's political system


Al-Diwaniyah protests activist Husam Al-Abidi survived an assassination attempt, with an armed attack targeting his car

Hundreds of demonstrators took to the streets in the city of Nasiriyah, on Saturday morning, in a massive demonstration, the day after

Al-Sadr commented on the mass demonstrations that took place in the cities of Iraq, saying that he was confident that the elections would take place