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Ivanka Trump blames media for “total silence” on violence against conservatives

The development comes a day after a huge crowd of Trump supporters gathered in Washington, DC to protest alleged voter fraud in the 2020 presidential election, as well as to support the Republican president. Police reported that more than 20 people were arrested after anti-Trump protesters clashed with supporters of the president.

Donald Trump’s daughter and senior adviser, Ivanka Trump, has condemned the media coverage of the attacks on the Tories, calling it “shameful” and “dangerous.” The 39-year-old took to Twitter to express her frustration at the incidents of attacks on Trump supporters. Ivanka noted that the media would have reacted differently if the victims of the violence had belonged to the other side of the political aisle.

On November 14, thousands (the President estimated the number to be hundreds of thousands) of Trump supporters gathered for a protest dubbed Million MAGA March in the U.S. capital to support the Republican president and denounce the projected results of the presidential election.

Mainstream media declared Joe Biden the winner of the vote before all the ballots were counted. Trump claimed there was widespread electoral fraud and the Democrat only won because “the election was rigged.” The Republican refused to concede defeat and his campaign has sued several key states and called for ballots to be recounted.

Saturday’s rally turned violent after anti-Trump protesters clashed with his supporters. Earlier today, the president posted a link to a video that apparently shows an attack on one of his supporters.


As the sun set, Biden’s Communist army surrounded the dispersing peaceful protesters and began attacking them, terrorizing men, women and children.





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