Last Sunday, the mayor of Washington, DC, President Donald Trump has called to write tweets stop, say the country as nationwide protests against the continuing gap police brutality, triggered by the death of a Minneapolis man, George Floyd. Hours of communities across the country by violence sometimes clashes between law enforcement authorities and demonstrators were shaken, the DC Muriel Bowser mayor, a Democrat, said on Meet the Press that officials must work at all levels of government to ” heal the pain that people feel. ” For President Donald Trump said Bowser that this should start with its messages on social media. On Twitter, the protesters have warned a week since Floyd’s death Trump warned that “if the looting begins shooting starts” and protesters at the White House warned that “the most vicious dog” property guarded. Bowser and the president, an adversarial relationship had long beards traded Saturday after the president criticized the Metropolitan Police Department of the District of Columbia in response to protests near the White House. President Donald Trump marks the mayor in a tweet on Saturday, saying that she had rejected “involved” to allow on Friday with protesters at the White House, C. D. police. The Secret Service said in a statement the same day that the Metropolitan Police were actually on stage during the show. Bowser has the President, insisting, at a press conference on Saturday that the DC police had helped the Secret Service “as we have done literally dozens of times in Lafayette Park.” He also criticized the president of “vicious dogs and ominous weapon” Tweet to remember the era of segregation. On Twitter, he wrote: “There are no bad dogs and threatening weapons. There’s just a shy man. Anxiety / alone … I call our city and our great nation exercise modesty in the course of this president continues to groped to separate us. “” I think the president is responsible to help calm the nation, and we can not tweet Send start gaps that have heard the segregationist past of our country, “said Bowser host Chuck Todd on Sunday. He added that in communities across the country: “There are people who are evil, and people who are injured. And some do not do it in a way that is useful to our cause. But we still have to recognize the pain and anger “.