With The White House desperately calling for "peaceful protest" in Charlotte, the Justice Department urging "peacefulprotest" and the need to "build trust," and Hillary Clinton asking for "peace" saying the deaths of black men is "unbearable," the Democrat public relations machine is in full swing as riots continue. Donald Trump, however, took a different angle. As opposed to clinging to politically correct and meaningless one-liners, Trump pointed the finger for this turmoil at President Obama (and Hillary) exclaiming: “You look at the level of hatred... the rocks being thrown and everything happening. It’s so sad to see. You know, this is the United States of America. I mean... it starts with leadership.”
“I mean, it’s a terrible thing that we’re witnessing. You’re seeing it. I'm seeing it, and you look at what went on last night in Charlotte — a great place — and you just see it.”
As Politico reports, Donald Trump on Thursday subtly pinned the blame for the turmoil in Charlotte, North Carolina, on President Barack Obama, suggesting that the violent protests there highlight a racial divide in America that Obama has failed to mend as president.