Trump slams protesters at Phoenix rally, visits border wall in Arizona


Modified 24 Jun 2020, 2:17 am

US President Donald Trump sought to turn nationwide protests to his political advantage in a campaign appearance in Arizona on Tuesday, vowing to prevent “the left-wing mob” from pushing the US into chaos.

Trump (above), whose first rally of the coronavirus pandemic on Saturday in Tulsa, Oklahoma, drew fewer supporters than expected and was seen to expose weaknesses in his campaign, pushed a law-and-order theme in Phoenix before a cheering audience of several thousand young people.

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