On Sunday, the President shared a video of a man driving a golf cart plastered with Trump campaign posters where he is seen to shout "white power"
On Sunday, the President shared a video of a man driving a golf cart plastered with Trump campaign posters where he is seen to shout “white power” in response to the protestor.
The man then continues to drive off and is followed by other fellow Trump campaign supporters as they argued with protestors lining the street.
In the tweet, which has now been removed, Mr Trump said: “Thank you to the great people of the villages.
“The Radical Left Do Nothing Democrats will Faill in the Fall.
“Corrupt Joe is shot. See you soon!!!”
In response, Piers questioned why the President shared the video.
He said in response: “One of those ‘great people’ shouts ‘WHITE POWER!’
“Are you endorsing that, Mr President?”
Although the President shared the video, it is now clear if he was certain at to what the supporter had said.
There has been no comment from the White House.
Asked about the Tweet on CNN, US Secretary of Health and Human Services, Alex Azar insisted the administration would not endorse any racial discrimination of any kind.
Mr Azar said: “I’ve not seen that video or that tweet, but obviously neither the president, his administration nor I would do anything to be supportive of white supremacy or anything that would support discrimination of any kind.”