US national football captain says Trump is "completely empty"

US national football captain says Trump is "completely empty"

- Michael Bradley has once again hit at the American president hard

- Bradley is furious about how the president is handling the protest situation

- Thousands are protesting against racism connected to the death of George Floyd

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United States men’s national football star Michael Bradley has described President Donald Trump as "completely empty" with no moral bone in his body.

Bradley is speaking for the first time in the wake of massive protests against racism and police brutality across the country.

Hundreds of thousands of protesters across the United States have taken to the street to lend their voice over the death of George Floyd in the hands of police.

In the wake of the ongoing protests, Bradley blasted the president, saying there is no moral bone in his body.

"We have a president who is completely empty. There isn’t a moral bone in his body," Bradley said on a media conference call.
"There’s no leadership. There’s no leadership from the president," he added.

The response of the US President to protests in Minneapolis over the death of George Floyd has also angered WWE legend Dave Bautista.

Trump gave a bizarre response on social media as protests turned violent on Wednesday, May 27 in Minneapolis, with police firing tear gas and non-lethal bean-bag bullets. Protesters took to the streets, stormed a police station and shattered windows, destroyed cars and properties.

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Meanwhile, an African-American couple recently became internet sensations after photos and videos of their engagement at a protest, surfaced on the internet.

The 26-year-old Xavier Young took the bold step to propose to his girlfriend of 2 years, 23-year-old Marjorie Alston, during a 'Black Lives Matter' protest in the United States following the death of Floyd.

After Majorie expressed interest in attending the protest march, Young decided to accompany her both because the movement is close to his heart and because he wanted to protect her and their child which she is currently expecting.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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