the White house has explained words of the President of the United States Donald trump, who called the slogan Black Lives Matter (BLM, “black Lives matter”) of the same movement a symbol of hatred. His words explained the press Secretary of the White house kaylie Makineni, reports TASS.

the Authorities in new York plan to place the label on Fifth Avenue in Midtown Manhattan, however, trump has spoken out against this.

Makineni said that trump supported the slogan, however, opposes the actions of the BLM, which allows aggressive statements to the police.

“If you look at some of the slogan Black Lives Matter, which they cry out, it is unacceptable phrase”, she said. Makineni cited the example of the phrase “Pigs In A Blanket, Fry “Em Like Bacon” (“pigs in a blanket, fry them like bacon”).

Earlier trump on his Twitter page called the terrible writing. He also urged to prevent the appearance of Black Lives Matter on Fifth Avenue in new York and considered it a “symbol of hate”.

American slang pigs (“pigs”) called the police. Pigs in a blanket is a dish similar to sausage roll.

the name of the movement BLM is consonant with the main slogan of the protests that gripped dozens of American cities: their members are struggling with systematic oppression of black people in the US and police brutality. Protests, occasionally turning into riots and looting started after black George Floyd died during the arrest.