The head of the Yemeni Supreme Revolutionary Committee said that the US President uses terrorism as a tool to confront American protesters and his opponents who stand against Washington's terrorist policies and actions around the world.

Iran PressMiddle East: Referring to US President Donald Trump's recent remarks who called the American protesters  as terrorists, Mohammed Ali al-Houthi, head of the Supreme Revolutionary Committee, on his Saturday tweet wrote, "Trump uses terrorism as tools against anyone, even if he is an American citizen."

US President Donald Trump on Friday threatened to use force against protesters who marked them as 'terrorists' in Portland.

A day after Trump described Portland as a 'terrorist nest' and described protesters as 'terrorists', he once again threatened them to use extreme force in order to make them leave the streets. 

Protests in Portland, Oregon, began on May 25, 2020, the day of the murder of George Floyd, a black American citizen.

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American protesters are objecting to US police racist and brutal behavior. Many American cities have been the scene of protests since May 25, following the racist assassination of a black man named George Floyd.

US President Donald Trump has repeatedly branded anti-racism protesters in the country as 'terrorists', and his promise to surge his paramilitary-style units from Portland to other Democrat-run cities in the coming weeks shows he is willing to employ the repressive tactics used by autocrats to vilify those who challenge them.

Last night, Portland protesters put out fires as federal forces withdraw from the streets.

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