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US President Donald Trump says that he is "not even considered" rename military bases are named for Confederate generals.
He tweeted that the bases were part of "a Great American heritage".
Mr Trump's comments follow reports that top military officials were open to change in the midst of nationwide soul-searching after the death of George Floyd.The President has said?
Mr Trump tweeted on Wednesday that the bases for The Names of the Confederate generals ", you will be part of a Great American heritage to Win a story of victory and freedom".
He added: "The United States of America and our HEROES to be trained on this Hallowed ground, and won two world wars. Therefore, my government will not consider even the renaming of this Beautiful and Storied Military installations.
She Said he would not sign legislation that Congress could ever happen, and these names will be missedWhat prompted Trump's tweets?
On Monday, a Pentagon official said the Minister of defense Mark Esper , and army Secretary Ryan Mccarthy were open "for a bipartisan discussion on the topic of" removal of the Confederate, The Names of the bases.
earlier This Week , the U.S. Marine Corps issued the order to identify for the commanders "and you will remove the screen from the Confederate battle flag or to its depiction in the work environment, common access areas and public areas of their facilities".
In an op-ed on Tuesday backing the idea, retired four-star U.S. army general David Petraeus , wrote of his time at Fort Bragg : "The Irony of training at the bases of names for those who enslave the weapons against the United States , and for The Right to others, is unavoidable to anyone's attention. "
they are all over The South , mainly in the States that helped Mr. Trump's victory in 2016, and he is dependent on you to support him in the November election.A Lost Cause ?
Only an hour or so before The President held a roundtable session with black supporters, he was tweeting about his vehement opposition to the removal of The Names of the Confederate generals of the US military bases.
Such a jarring, hair-pin curves are the standard moving procedures for the White house, but - like Donald Trump turn out the professions of support for minorities, that rankle could. many of them
It may come as a surprise that, had the US bases named after officers who led armies against The American soldiers, but so are the complete contradictions that remain, More Than 150 years after the Civil War .
Some still believe that these generals as heroes to a Lost Cause . That has not stopped local and state governments take their statues, however, as a slow reckoning with The Legacy of the Confederacy, which is spread to the deepest parts of The South .
The President , however, seems adamant. He supported what he called the "lovely" statues of calls, and he is willing to hold himself in a fight, your name on state institutions. Even at a time when The American public is to rethink Race Relations in The Nation , The President has decided that this is worth a fight.Who wants to get rid of Confederate symbols?
The death last month of George Floyd, an unarmed Black Man after a police officer knelt on his neck in Minneapolis, Minnesota, re-opened has been America's long festering racial wounds.
On Wednesday, Nascar is a League in which both drivers and fans are predominantly white - announced that the flying of the Confederate flag on his race and other events would ban.Nascar driver Bubba " Wallace wears Black lives matter shirt on the Atlanta Motor Speedway at 7. June
"the monuments men, which is in favour of cruelty and barbarism reached a clearly racist at the end of a grotesque attack on this ideal," said the California Democrat in a statement. to pay homage to
"your statues to hate, not heritage. You should be removed. "
Many were moved from the Confederate numbers, less Central locations in The Building in the last few years, though some lawmakers have argued that these statues must be removed.