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Angry WWE legend cries out, lambasts President Trump over George Floyd military response

- Dave Batista is furious with US president over threats aimed at protesters

- President Trump says ‘thugs’ are dishonouring the memory of George Floyd

- Floyd died after a policeman knelt on his neck in a viral video

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

Trump gave a bizzare response on social media as turned out violent on Wednesday, May 27 in Minneapolis, with police firing tear gas and non-lethal bean-bag bullets while protesters threw projectiles.

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Protesters took to the streets, stormed a police station and shattered windows, destroyed cars and properties.

Trump wrote on Twitter: Any difficulty and we will assume control but, when the looting starts, the shooting starts. Thank you!”

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And angered Batista replied: “The president of the United States ladies and gentleman,” the 51-year-old wrote on Twitter.

“Commander and Fuhrer! And seriously?!

“You’ll call governors back when you want to send military in to shoot people for looting but you won’t call governors who are desperate to save lives in their states?!! You N*zi f***!”.

Legit.ng earlier reported that Facebook's CEO, Mark Zuckerberg, has criticised Twitter for fact-checking some tweets posted by the president of the United States, Donald Trump.

Twitter had tagged two of President Trump’s tweets about mail-in voting with fact-check links. Forbes reports that Zuckerberg, however, berated Twitter, saying private companies “shouldn't be the arbiter of truth.”

Though Facebook takes down ads that discourage people from voting, it was gathered thay that a Facebook spokesperson said Trump’s tweets, which were also posted as Facebook statuses, did not violate its rules, which “focus on misrepresentations that would interfere with the vote.”

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Recall that President Trump on Wednesday, May 27, threatened to close down the micro-blogging site, Twitter and other social media platforms.

This threat from President Trump came after he was fact-checked by Twitter following his comment on Tuesday, May 26, that mail-in ballots could encourage fraudulent activities.

Angered by the site's position that his tweet lacked evidence to prove this, Trump asked social media platforms to clear up their act immediately.

The US president claimed that there is a general feeling in the Republican party that social media is out to silence the voices of conservatives.

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