President Trump was rushed to a secure room in the White House on the evening of May 29 last year as insurgents from Antifa and Black Lives Matter attempted to storm the White House. Several rioters managed to breach security on the treasury building side of the White House complex, prompting the Secret Service to take urgent action to bring Trump and his family to safety.
Dozens of law enforcement agents were injured this weekend by rioters who repeatedly tried to break their lines in front of the White House according to the secret services:
“Some protesters made multiple attempts to break down security barriers and vandalize six Secret Service vehicles. Between Friday evening and Sunday morning, more than 60 uniformed division officers of the secret service and special agents were repeatedly injured by projectiles such as bricks, stones, bottles, fireworks and others. objects. Secret Service personnel were also directly physically assaulted as they were kicked, punched and exposed to bodily fluids. A total of 11 injured employees were taken to a local hospital and treated for non-fatal injuries. “
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Secret Service agents rushed President Donald Trump into a White House bunker on Friday night as hundreds of protesters gathered outside the management mansion, some of them throwing stones and shooting at barricades in the police. Trump spent almost an hour in the bunker, which was designed for use in emergencies like terrorist attacks …
From the New York Times:
Mr. Trump and his team seemed caught off guard by the protests that materialized outside the White House on Friday night. Hundreds of people rushed to the White House as Secret Service and US park police sought to block them. Bricks and bottles were thrown away and the police responded with pepper spray. At one point, an official said, a barricade near the Treasury Department next to the White House was penetrated.
It was unclear what specifically prompted the Secret Service to take Mr. Trump to the emergency presidential operations center, as the underground bunker is known, but the agency has protocols to protect the president when the building is threatened. .
Democrats and the media have had a day on the ground poking fun at Trump about the insurgent success in threatening White House security, calling Trump a bunker boy and Bunker bitch.
Joe Biden ran a campaign ad on June 12 that mocked Trump for “ hiding in his bunker. ” There was no conviction of Biden in the announcement of the rioters who attacked and injured dozens of Secret Service officers protecting the White House.
“Donald Trump, too scared to face the people, too weak to lead. The nation walks for justice and like a deer in the headlights he is paralyzed with fear. He doesn’t know what to do so he hides in his bunker. Then he is afraid of looking too weak, so he used tear gas and flash grenades on peaceful protesters, just for a photoshoot. Calls for justice are growing. Where’s Donald Trump? Too afraid to face people. Too small to meet the moment. Too weak to lead.
Biden said of the Capitol storming last week which forced Capitol Police to place President Pelosi, Vice President Pence and other officials in protective rooms (as was done for Trump last May), “… what we witnessed yesterday was not dissent, it was not disorder, it was not protest. It was chaos. They weren’t protesters – don’t dare call them protesters. It was an insurgent crowd of insurgents, of national terrorists.