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Facts about Xi Jinping: what is important to know about the President of China

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Facts about Xi Jinping - one of the most influential politicians on the world stage.


Xi Jinping is the President of the People's Republic of China, a talented politician, and a man who is called the "big dad" of the Chinese people. The latter fact demonstrates the respect with which ordinary citizens treat their leader. And this is no coincidence - Xi Jinping is famous for his intolerance to corruption and progressive opinion about public administration.


Xi Jinping’s childhood and youth



The biography of Xi Jinping originates from the ancient people of China called Khan. The future politician was born in Beijing in June 1953. His birthday is indicated differently in various sources: according to one information, it is June 1, according to another - the 15th. In China itself, it is customary to indicate only the month and year of birth.


Xi Jinping's father, Xi Zhongxun, was a close associate of Mao Zedong, the ruler of China, until the 1960s. Four children were brought up in the family of the future politician. Thanks to the position of his father, Xi Jinping's childhood was cloudless, but in 1962 the situation changed dramatically. Xi Zhongxun was exiled to Henan province, accused of treason against the state. The boy was sent to another province - Yanchuan so that he would not pick up seditious thoughts from his father.


The years spent in exile without parents were the most difficult in the fate of Xi Jinping. The boy lived from hand to mouth, spent the night in a cave, and was forced to work constantly to feed himself.



This torture lasted 7 years and hardened the character of the future politician, forming further communist ideas. Jinping perfectly understood the fate of the people, who in those years, like Xi himself, struggled to make ends meet.


In 1975, Jinping entered the university called Qinhua, which is considered the most prestigious in China. The young man chose the chemical-technological department. However, I did not have a chance to work in specialty C.


Xi Jinping’s personal life



Charismatic and tall (Xi Jinping's height is 180 cm and weighs 78 kg), the politician has always been of interest to women. Xi's first wife was the daughter of the Chinese ambassador to the UK, Ke Lingling. Unfortunately, this marriage lasted only 3 years: the couple divorced due to misunderstandings and disagreements in their personal lives.


At the age of 34, the politician married again. This time Xi Jinping's happy chosen one was the beautiful Peng Liyuan, a popular singer in China whose repertoire mostly consists of military songs. It is noteworthy that the wife of the Chinese leader has the military rank of major general. It is known that due to Peng Liyuan's busy touring schedule, the couple often lives apart.



In 1992, his wife gave Jinping a daughter, who was named Xi Mingjie. In 2010, the girl entered Harvard University, where she studied under a pseudonym so as not to reveal her origin and not attract undue attention from fellow students.


Xi Jinping prefers to spend his free time reading books or traveling. The politician is also interested in football and mountain tourism.


The residence of the leader of the People's Republic of China is located on the shores of Zhongnanhai Lake, in a quarter that is called the "new forbidden city." At the same time, according to official information, Comrade Xi's condition is rather modest. His annual salary is $22,256.


Xi Jinping’s politics



Xi Jinping's path in politics began in 1974 when he was accepted into the ranks of the Communist Party. In his youth, the future leader of the country proved to be excellent, and his career rapidly went uphill. Already in 1982, Xi Jinping took the post of secretary of the country's defense minister, and sometime later he was transferred to Zhengding County, appointing him the head of the local party committee.


There, Xi Jinping also showed excellent results. He succeeded in improving the tourism potential of Zhengding and attracting tourists. The result was an improvement in the financial situation of Hebei Province.


In the following years, politicians constantly changed the field of activity. Xi Jinping managed to work as Vice Mayor of Xiamen, Secretary of the Fuzhou City Committee, and Secretary of the Party Committee of Fujian Province. In 2000, Xi Jinping was elected governor of Fujian. His reign is considered to be the heyday of the province: the politician managed to attract investments from serious Chinese businessmen to this region.



After 2 years, the politician joined the members of the Central Committee of the party and also received the post of governor of Zhejiang province. Already in those years, he established himself as an uncompromising fighter against corruption, which earned him the trust and respect of the people.


The year 2006 was remembered by China as a high-profile scandal: Chen Lanyu, secretary of the Shanghai Party Committee, was convicted of misuse of the pension fund. The post of Chen Lanyu passed to Jinping, who again justified the trust.



A year later, the 17th Congress of the Communist Party of China took place, at which the future president was appointed a member of the standing committee of the Politburo. And a year later, in 2008, Jinping was appointed to the post of Vice Chairman of the People's Republic of China.


It seemed that power did not spoil the man. Even though the politician was entrusted with many important issues (preparation for the 2008 Olympics, leadership of the central party school, visits to foreign countries, preparation of reports and speeches), Jinping remained true to the principles of integrity.


Xi Jinping’s  as China leader



Such brilliant successes could not go unnoticed: in 2012, at the next congress of the Central Committee of the party, Xi Jinping was elected general secretary of the country's Communist Party.


The new leader of China began the reign with a bright speech and formulated the principles of the so-called Chinese Dream - goals that he planned to realize in the coming years. So, by 2021, China plans to achieve general average prosperity, and by 2049, the Celestial Empire should be included in the list of advanced countries.


At first, such global plans evoked skeptical smiles from foreign politicians and even Xi Jinping's associates, but time has shown that the Chinese leader is serious about achieving his goals.


During the reign of Xi Jinping, he has already managed to carry out many reforms. Thus, the politician became the initiator of the creation of personal receptions of deputies, as well as Internet sites of governing structures. The banking structure of China has also changed: under Jinping, the creation of private banks became possible, a clear deposit insurance scheme appeared, and free trade zones were formed.



The social sphere also did not go unnoticed by the leader of China. Xi Jinping paid a lot of attention to programs for resettling rural residents in cities. In addition to housing, the politician provided people with medical care and full pensions.


Xi Jinping is also credited with allowing some families to have more than one child. It is worth recalling that earlier in China, couples were allowed to have an only child, which, due to several traditions and beliefs, led to the fact that illiterate villagers killed newborn girls.


Now, thanks to the efforts of the Chinese President, families can have two children if one of the spouses is the only child in the family.


The Secretary-General did not forget about the creation of protected reserves. Now China rightfully occupies the first line in the list of countries with developed domestic tourism. The people of China love to travel. In China, a trip to interesting places in your own country is considered no less prestigious than traveling abroad.



Such changes were not slow to have a positive impact on the Chinese economy and the standard of living of the country's citizens. The politician himself does not make a secret of his approaches to governing the country. In 2014, Xi Jinping published his book, where he described in detail the ideals that every leader of the state should strive for.


In the fall of 2017, photos of Xi Jinping appeared on the front pages of news outlets around the world. The politician was once again re-elected to his post. Vladimir Putin, Donald Trump, as well as leaders of other countries considered it their duty to congratulate the Chinese leader on this event.


Xi Jinping has successfully continued to implement economic reforms that have led China's economy to high-quality development. Thus, in 2017, the PRC recorded economic growth of 6.9%, while the global one was only 3.7%. In just 6 years, 70 million new jobs were created in the country, and the number of middle-income residents reached 400 million people.



Thanks to the achievements in the economy, Xi Jinping has been called a "visionary reformer" by the world media. In his statements, the PRC leader repeatedly drew attention to the fact that only socialism is the future for China that will lead the country to prosperity.


In 2018, the Central Committee of the Communist Party of China published a package of amendments to the state constitution. Thanks to them, the leader of China had the right to indefinite rule. Despite the authoritarianism, which has been repeatedly mentioned by the Western press, the politician remains a beloved leader for his nation.


In 2019, Jinping met with Kazakh leader Nursultan Nazarbayev. The leader of the People's Republic of China presented the highest state award for foreign citizens, the Order of Friendship, to the president of a friendly state. A snapshot of the two chapters was published on the Instagram social network.


Xi Jinping now



In December 2019, China and the entire world community were shocked by the news of the emergence of a new coronavirus in the country. An outbreak of the disease was recorded in the city of Wuhan. The Chinese leadership was forced to take tough measures to prevent the spread of infection.


In March 2020, the leader of the state arrived at the epicenter of the spread of COVID-19 in order to inspect the work. Despite the danger to which the politician was exposed, he did not get coronavirus infection, even being close to the outbreak.


Nevertheless, France, Italy, the USA, and Russia began to report the presence of cases. Even though domestic flights in China were suspended, communication with other countries did not stop. Donald Trump noted this fact in his speech during the UN General Assembly. He called for China to be held responsible for the spread of COVID-19 in the world.



In turn, Xi Jinping noted that this topic should not be politicized. He called for cooperation in the fight against the disease and cooperation with WHO. The Chinese leader was supported by the Chairman of the State Council of the DPRK Kim Jong-un. In an oral message, he noted China's progress in the fight against COVID-19 and the prevention of this infection.


In the summer, the Chinese leader visited Russia. A delegation led by Xi Jinping arrived in the capital of the Russian Federation for a parade in Moscow. Despite the close relationship between the allies, Comrade Xi condemned the behavior of Vladimir Putin, who, after the outbreak of the pandemic, according to official data, moved into a bunker. He called the Russian president a coward but hoped that such behavior was a strategic plan.



In August, after the elections in Belarus, Xi Jinping congratulated the leader of the state, Alexander Lukashenko, on his victory.


The situation with the spread of the virus has shaken Jinping's status. The power struggle intensified in the circles of the Chinese Communist Party. The internal opposition there is represented by Premier Li Keqiang, who publicly proposed to restore the "street stall economy." Comrade Xi was dissatisfied with such an initiative: he spent several years eradicating free trade in cities and now he is not ready for its return.


In October 2020, the chairman of the Chinese Communist Party called on the army to prepare for war. In his speech to the Chinese infantrymen during the celebration of the 40th anniversary of the establishment of the first special economic zone in Shenzhen, Xi Jinping noted that it is necessary to step up the transformation of the corps and strengthen the combat capability of the soldiers. According to experts, such a speech by the leader of the PRC was due to increased tension between China and the United States.


Xi Jinping’s Awards



2014 - Order of "Jose Marti"

2015 - Order of Pakistan 1st class

2015 - Knight Grand Cross of the Order of Leopold I

2017 - Order of the Holy Apostle Andrew the First-Called

2017 - Grand Chain of the Order of the Star of Palestine

2018 - Order of Zayed

2018 - Knight Grand Cross of the National Order of the Lion of Senegal

2018 - Chain of the Order of the Liberator of San Martin

2019 - Order "Manas" I degree

2019 - Order "Zarrintoch" I degree


Other Interesting Facts about Xi Jinping



  • The image of the cartoon character Winnie the Pooh has been banned in China since 2013. This decision was made by the country's leadership after a meme appeared on the network comparing the head of China and US President Barack Obama during their meeting with Winnie the Pooh and Tigger.
  • Jinping's name has repeatedly been included in the ratings of the most influential people in the world, according to Forbes and Time magazines. For five years, he was in the top 10, and in 2018 he topped the Forbes list.


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The most interesting facts about Joe Biden are collected here, as he has been a prominent representative of American politics for 50 years.


His career began in 1969 on Newcastle City Council, and today, at the age of 77, he is running for the presidency. The 77-year-old Democrat won the White House race, despite criticism that he had no chance because of his advanced age. Indeed, Joe Biden is the oldest American sitting in the seat of the most influential politician in the free world, but Donald Trump would have "gained" the same appreciation if he had won a new term, as he is now 74 years old.


Paradoxically, in 1973 Biden became a senator at the age of 30, being one of the youngest senators in the country's history. He served as Delaware's senator for 36 years, until 2009 when he ran for Democrats with Barack Obama.


This is not the first time Biden has wanted to become president of the world's most powerful economy. In both 1988 and 2008, Joe Biden ran for Democrats in the presidential race.




Facts about Biden's childhood and youth


Joseph Robinette Biden Jr. was born in Scranton, Pennsylvania, on November 20, 1942, the eldest of four children of Joseph Robinette Biden Sr., a lucky second-hand car dealer, and Catherine Eugenia Finnegan Biden. who was so protective of her firstborn that she told the future president at an early age, “No one is better than you. Everyone is equal to you and everyone is equal to you. "


Biden's parents moved the family from northern Pennsylvania to Claymont, Delaware, in 1953. He graduated from Archmere Academy in 1961 and entered the University of Delaware. He graduated in 1965 with a double degree in political science and history and attended Syracuse University Law School.



1. Joseph Robinette Biden Jr. was born in 1942 in Scranton, Pennsylvania (which is where the American comedy television series The Office takes place), into a middle-class Catholic family that was previously better off, but at some point faced financial difficulties. 


2. Biden is the eldest of four children. He grew up in Wilmington, Delaware, where his father was a car dealer.


3. Biden played American football and baseball when he was in a Catholic school, and despite the poor academic performance, he was class president for the last two years. He later attended the University of Delaware and also graduated from Syracuse University in New York State.


4. In childhood, the President of America suffered from stuttering - as he later admitted in an interview, difficulties arose, in particular, with words starting with the letter "s". Biden's stuttering was likely because his maternal uncle also suffered from this speech disorder throughout his life.


5. During his school years, Joe Biden faced bullying from classmates and even teachers: according to the politician’s recollections, a nun from the Catholic school where he studied once distorted him when he read an excerpt from the book: “Mr. Ba-Ba-Ba-Biden, what word is it?".



6. Due to the nature of his speech at school, Biden felt a sense of shame. He is still friends with two schoolmates who teased him - in a recent interview with American journalists, they admitted that this could hurt his feelings, but they don’t remember that Biden even once filed because of this.


7. Biden declared his war on stuttering as a teenager: he stood in front of a mirror with a flashlight held up to his face and quoted lines from Yates and Emerson.


8. One of them, Biden said in an interview, he still remembers. This is an excerpt from the book Walden or Life in the Forest: “Young men grow up in libraries, timid in spirit, deeming it their duty to share the views held by Cicero, or Locke, or Bacon, and forgetting that Cicero, Locke, Bacon, when they wrote their books because they were also young men who grew up in libraries.


9. Thanks to this exercise, he was able to significantly improve his pronunciation and by the age of 20, he had practically overcome his stuttering.



10. A descendant of Irish Catholics who moved to the New World in the 19th century. His grandfather ran one of the divisions of the American Oil Company. Biden's father inherited a good fortune, but by the time Joe was born, he was on the verge of ruin a couple of times.


11. In the mid-60s, Biden received a bachelor's degree in history and political science from the University of Delaware. 


12. A few years later, he additionally graduated from Syracuse University School of Law in New York State and 1968 received a doctorate in jurisprudence. Just think back in 1968, when many were not even in the plans yet, Biden had already received a Doctorate.


13. Biden, writing in his autobiography The Promises to Keep: About Life and Politics, said his mother was confronted by a seventh-grade nun at the Catholic Preparatory School Archmere Academy, who mocked her son for stuttering. "If you ever talk to my son like that again, I'll come back and tear that hood off your head. Do you understand me?" Biden remembered his mother.


Facts from Joe Biden's personal life


Biden married in August 1966, before graduating from law school. He had met his first wife, Neilia Hunter, on a spring break in the Bahamas. Biden graduated with a degree in law in 1968 and began working as a public defender in Wilmington, Delaware. He launched his career in politics, earning a seat on New Castle City Council at the age of 28. But he had much higher aspirations.


Biden took over from Republican Sen. J. Caleb Boggs in his 1972 election and won, making him one of the youngest people to win the U.S. Senate election at the age of 29. The following month, the wife and daughter of Biden's child Amy were killed when a trailer hit their station in Hockessin, Delaware. Two other children, Hunter and Beau, were seriously injured but survived. (Beau Biden died at the age of 46 in 2015 of a rare form of brain cancer.)


Biden almost gave up his political career after the deaths of his wife and daughter, but instead decided to take his seat in Washington, DC - and return home to Wilmington by train almost every night after working in the Senate.



14. The President of the United States does not drink alcohol - he revealed the reason to reporters in 2008. “There are enough alcoholics in my family,” Biden said.


15. The politician's father did not abuse alcohol, but Biden's maternal relatives were more prone to drinking. Frank Biden, the younger brother of the new US president, also had problems with alcohol.


16. The head of the White House prefers ice cream to alcohol. During his vice presidency, while visiting an ice cream company, he said, “My name is Joe Biden and I love ice cream. You all think I'm joking, but I'm not. I eat more ice cream at a time than three people you would rather be with [at this moment].”


17. Biden calls the 1981 British sports drama Chariots of Fire his favorite film.


18. In the field of literature, the newly elected President of America favors James Joyce, one of Ireland's leading writers. Biden himself also has Irish roots - according to the press, there is reason to believe that the politician is 5/8 Irish.


19. Notably, Biden's mother's maiden name is Finnegan. This is the name of one of the characters in Joyce's last novel, Finnegans Wake (Finnegans Wake, or the Finnegans Wake). The most famous book by the Irish writer, Ulysses, is one of the central works of modernist literature.


20. In 2008, Biden bought a German Shepherd puppy from a breeder in Pennsylvania - it was a gift from his wife Jill on the occasion of winning the election and being elected Vice President of the United States under Barack Obama. The puppy was named Champ - as Politico wrote, this nickname has a special meaning for Biden: his father often told him "Cheer up, champion!" When he was going through difficult times as a young man.



21. Biden loves German Shepherds - he had several of them, in the past, he even trained them. However, the decision to buy a puppy from a commercial breeder did not cause enthusiasm among politically active Americans who are in favor of taking animals from shelters (moreover, in the USA this is called adoption, that is, adoption, and the animal receives the name of its owner).


22. In 2018, Biden's daughter Ashley saw a Facebook post about German Shepherds at the Delaware Humane shelter looking for a new home. The Biden family adopted one dog named Major under the patronage and adopted it eight months later.


23. Joe married for the first time in 1966. He and his wife had three children: two boys and a girl.


24. In 1973, his family was in a car accident. The wife and daughter were killed, the sons were seriously injured.


25. Biden was in the hospital with his sons, and at that moment, right in the hospital, he had to take the oath to the post of the senator.


26. An interesting fact is that the wife and daughter died, the sons are on the verge of life and death, and we take the oath.


27. In 1977, he married a second time to a girl named Jill. They are still married.



28. Jill Biden taught English at Virginia Northern College even while her husband was vice president. Jill became the first Second Lady to continue her career.


29. In 2020, Jill took a break from her teaching career, which she has been doing since 1981, for the first time. The woman decided to leave her job to support Biden during the election campaign.


30. Biden's religion is Catholicism. He became the second Catholic president in America after John F. Kennedy. Biden has always declared his strict adherence to the Catholic faith. But it so happened that the majority of the Christian population in the United States are Protestants.


Facts from Biden's career


Biden has been active in the public sector for nearly half a century and has focused on this experience during the campaign, trying to position himself as a potential leader for the American people.


As the coronavirus crisis escalated, Biden tried to come up with ideas and proposals each time, making recommendations based on the views of experts in both the medical and economic fields. His suggestions include free mass testing. Moreover, he said that Americans should not take money out of pocket for the vaccine, according to the New York Times.


Joe Biden focused on health during the campaign and discussed the subject many times with a family note, as his first wife and daughter died in a car accident in 1972, and in 2015 his son Beau Biden died of a brain tumor.


Obama did not support Joe Biden's candidacy until it became clear that he would run for Democrat in the 2020 presidential race. American.



31. Joe Biden is an Irish American politician, United States Senator from Delaware (1973-2009), Vice President of the United States (2009-2017), winner of the 2020 presidential election.


32. At 30, Joseph Biden was elected as a senator and became the fifth-youngest legislator in US history. Subsequently, he was re-elected to this post five times and held it for 36 years (from 1972 to January 2009).


33. Back in 1974, the authoritative Time magazine included him among the "200 faces of the future who will make history."


34. In his 35 years in the Senate, Biden has never lost an election, but overall his political career has not been an easy one.


35. In 1988, at the age of 46, and then in 2008, he tried to get a Democratic nomination for the presidency, but both times he was inferior to his party competitors.


36. Biden announced his participation in the presidential race in April 2019. He hesitated for several months and took it when two dozen other candidates dropped out of the race, many of them young, more liberal or leftist, and much less politically experienced than Biden.



37. He first ran for the presidency of the White House at the age of 46, but he had to withdraw his candidacy due to accusations of plagiarism: in his speech, Biden used excerpts from a speech by the leader of the British Labor Party, Neil Kinnock, held in 1987. From 1973 to 2009, Biden served as Senator from Delaware.


38. In 2008, Biden ran for the second time but withdrew his candidacy after the first primaries - his competitors, Hillary Clinton, and Barack Obama, were too strong. In August 2008, Obama invited Biden to run for vice president, a position Biden held from 2009 to 2017.


39. In the mid-60s, Joe Biden received a bachelor's degree in history and political science, and a few years later - a doctorate in law.


40. Barack Obama awarded Joe Biden the highest honor in the United States, the Presidential Medal of Freedom with honors. The vice-president was awarded the prestigious award for "faith in fellow citizens and love for the country."



41. Joe Biden voted against the Gulf War but supported the invasion of Iraq. Biden later called his second decision a mistake and described George W. Bush's actions as incompetent.


42. In 2011, the Barack Obama administration discussed the advisability of the invasion of American troops in Libya, Joe Biden did not support this option.


43. Ultimately, Obama agreed to provide military support for the intervention in Libya, but later called this step his main presidential mistake.


44. Joe Biden came to Moscow for talks with Dmitry Medvedev and lobbied Congress for the ratification of the Treaty on Measures for the Further Reduction and Limitation of Strategic Offensive Arms (START-3).


45. But after the conflict between Russia and Ukraine in 2014, Biden had a negative attitude towards Putin and supported a hard line in relations with the Russian Federation.



46. Since the Ukrainian Revolution of Dignity, Joe Biden has been a key figure in supporting Ukraine.


47. Politicians who have worked with Biden note that he is an open, sociable, honest, and frank person.


48. In 2014, Joe Biden was one of the least well-to-do civil servants - Biden ranked 501 out of 505 in terms of wealth.


49. In 1998-2009, Biden and his wife earned less than $300,000 a year. The family was able to increase that amount by about a hundred thousand after Biden stepped down as vice president.


50. Joe and Jill Biden received eight million for the publication of books, with this money the Democrat bought a house worth $2.7 million and rents a mansion for $20,000 a month.


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Both were born in 1981 and share a fascination with fashion, a field in which they had business. Ivanka and Ashley have things in common, despite being part of opposing political camps


Ivanka Trump had a fashionable business - a clothing line that bore her name, which, however, entered a downward trend after her father became president of America. At one point, her clothes had actually been sold under another name - Adrienne Vittadini Studio - until 2018, when Ivanka decided it was better to close this business.

On the other hand, Ashley Benson launched in 2017 an ecological textile brand, Livelihood, claiming that 10% of the company's profit goes to the development of various communities in need. As for her personal life, Ivanka is known to have converted to Judaism before marrying Jared Kushner, to whom she gave three children.


Ashley is also married to an American of Jewish descent: Howard Krein, a plastic surgeon. Ashley, on the other hand, did not convert to Judaism, wanting to keep her Catholic faith, nor did she have children.

While a student, Ashley was a rebel - she was arrested in 1999 for possession of marijuana, and three years later, she was arrested again for obstructing the intervention of authorities who wanted to stop a fight in a bar in Chicago. On the other hand, however, Ivanka has a very clear past in this regard. If, however, Ivanka comes from a large family, Ashley has an impressive story in this regard.


He's Joe Biden's only child with his second wife, Jill. His first wife, Neilia Hunter, died in a car accident in 1972 with their daughter, Naomi, just 5 months old. From this first marriage, Joe Biden had two more sons. Joseph Beau, also a politician, died in 2015 from a brain tumor. The second son, Robert Hunter, 50, a lawyer by profession, has struggled for years with alcohol and drug addiction.

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President Donald Trump was taken to a White House bunker for shelter Friday night when protesters around the White House began to become violent.  The information was also confirmed by a White House official, as well as by a law enforcement source.

 The atmosphere in the White House was tense on Friday as protesters gathered at the gate, shouted at the president and even threw stones and bottles.  At one point, worried about the president's safety, Secret Service agents quickly took the White House chief to an underground bunker that was also used during the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks. It is unclear what alerted him.  agencies in charge of guarding the president.  On Friday night, violent protesters managed to briefly break into the Treasury Department, whose headquarters are located near the White House.

 Donald Trump sat in the bunker for less than an hour, after which he was taken upstairs.  In the end, the agents decided that the president was not really in danger.

 First Lady Melania Trump and their son, Barron Trump, also accompanied the president to the bunker, according to the security protocol.  The Emergency Operations Center is located underground in the eastern wing of the White House.

 What is certain is that the next day, Saturday, the president had on Twitter some threatening messages addressed to the protesters, some finding the language used by Donald Trump really shocking.

 On the other hand, scared by the protests, Melania Trump would have decided at the last moment not to come on Saturday night with the president at the Kennedy Space Center to see the launch of the SpaceX mission.

 The president did not appear in public on Sunday, preferring to fight on Twitter with his critics, although, he was advised to address the nation in a televised message and told him that the messages  transmitted on the social network only pour more gas over the fire.

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