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Donald Trump Blames BLM Movement for the increase in coronavirus reports

On Wednesday, the President of the United States of America, Donald Trump addressed the media about the spike in coronavirus patients. Donald Trump claimed that the rise in the coronavirus cases is because of the Black Lives Matter movement, which started due to the death of George Floyd on March 25 in Minneapolis.

The President of the United States of America triggered the BLM movement and considered that the root cause in the surge of coronavirus is those young people actively taking part in the campaign and then sitting congregating in bars with a group of people.

The United States of America passed the mark of 4 million infected people and with the death count of more than 140,000. The massive spike in the coronavirus patients is because of the Black Lives Matter movement, said Donald Trump.

According to the President, young people actively taking part in the protests and then hovering over to various places and infecting others is the cause of the spike in the coronavirus patients. Moreover, Donald Trump added that the massive gathering on the Holidays like Memorial Day has also contributed significantly enough to raise the cases of coronavirus.

However, Trump also said that the 2000 km shared border between the United States of America and Mexico can also be one of the many contributors. Trump also said that the rise in the cases of coronavirus in Mexico is unfortunate. It is a big problem for Mexico as they are not enough to contain and stop the spike of coronavirus.

Whatever the scenario be, Trump has addressed the Black Lives Matter movement for the rise in the spike of coronavirus patients. The Black Lives Matter movement might not be as crucial for the President of the United States, but for the people who suffered for hundreds of years because of racial discrimination know the fight is much more important than anything right now.

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