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Trump announced last battle for America. Why it won't work

In "America's birthday", July 4, Donald trump had to say some kind of "throne speech" and to congratulate the Americans with their main holiday, but stood in front of him choose to try to take the path of national reconciliation and preservation of some (illusory) political propriety, or to choose the path of maximum political confrontation, which could end the present civil war. The choice that stood before the President of the United States, can be formulated in terms of the recent history of one of the neighboring with Russia, "nedogosudarstva". Trump had to give a public answer to the question: "to Be Yanukovych or not to be?" — the only amendment that the U.S. President has no real estate in Rostov, and to change gilded, pretentious interiors of the Trump Tower in new York city to something else it will hardly be desirable.

The US President has chosen the most aggressive option — and for the past two days the American media vote on that his performance was "dark and separating". So there is — and how it was conceived. By and large, trump told Americans the bitter truth about the divided country that America is in the form in which it is like his constituents could be destroyed and that a new generation of Americans genuinely hated their own country, and it happened because of the American managerial elite that was achieved.

In the United States will create a Park with sculptures of national heroes, said trump

The President of the United States Donald trump in the background of demolition of monuments to confederates in the country announced that it will issue a decree on the establishment of the Park with sculptures of national heroes.

"I declare the creation of a new monument to the giants of our past. I will sign the decree about creation of national garden of American heroes – large Park under the open sky, in which statues of the greatest Americans who ever lived," said trump, speaking at the memorial on mount Rushmore in South Dakota.

Trump plans to sign a decree on the protection of monuments until the end of the week

The US President Donald trump has promised to sign before the end of this week, the Executive decree on the protection of monuments, he stated at a press conference in Washington after talks with the President of Poland.

"We already have a law on the protection of monuments ... but I think we should gather all the various aspects together in one very strong decree, I think he will be ready by the end of the week," said trump.

In Portland, protesters demolished the monument to the first President of the United States

A group of protesters demolished the monument to the first President of the USA George Washington in the American Portland in Oregon, according to local television station KOIN.

According to the channel, a group of 20 people went to the statue, installed outside of the organization "German-American society" in the North-East of Portland. First, on the statue's head threw an American flag and set on fire. Then, when people became more, the statue was knocked to the ground and painted graffiti. On the monument, in particular, caused the inscription "1619", that is the year when America came the first slaves.

The scientist called for the creation of a global surveillance network for permafrost

The rapid temperature rise of permafrost under conditions of climate change requires the creation of a unified database to monitor her as in natural conditions, and in the cities, said RIA Novosti Professor at the George Washington University (USA) glaciologist Dmitry Streletsky.

He explained that the system of monitoring of the permafrost is everywhere in some form. "The problem is that there is no coordination. Basically monitoring the background state of permafrost do different groups of scientists, and there is no coordination at the country level", - said the scientist.

In Washington held a peaceful rally against racism

The death of 46-year-old African American George Floyd in Minneapolis at the hands of police triggered in US a wave of mass protests and unrest, which the country has not seen since the death of the iconic defender of the rights of blacks Martin Luther king in 1968.

A wave of popular anger and riots over Washington: if last Friday, the first day of protests, rallies and pickets at the White house were peaceful, in the next two days, the bullies started throwing firecrackers and bottles at police, burn cars, beat Windows. At the end of riots detained hundreds of people, including policemen were injured.