After a weekend of silence, including time hunkered down in his White House bunker at the behest of the US Secret Service, the President of the United States, Donald Trump, finally showed himself a few hours ago. It was Monday early evening in Washington DC. Race rioting and protests were still sweeping his American mainland, ignited by the murder of a black man, George Floyd, by Minneapolis Police last week. Unlike the LA riots of 1992, unlike the birth of the Black Lives Matter movement in 2013—the entire American land mass was speaking out. And due to domestic weaknesses borne by the mishandled Covid-19 pandemic, 14% unemployment, unprecedented income inequality, and the constant hyperbole of its president—America was being looted by brazen scum as…