Trump visited the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) headquarters in Washington DC with a delegation including US Vice President Mike Pence to get information about Hurricane Laura, which started to hit Louisiana, and received a briefing here. Emphasizing that they are making all kinds of preparations regarding the hurricane, Trump said that they will visit the states of Texas and Louisiana affected by the hurricane on Saturday or Sunday. He noted that they did not see the need for anything and that he would speak as planned. “I think people are a bit tired of the NBA” Donald Trump also commented on the postponement of the matches due to the decision of some athletes in the NBA not to play after police shot black Jacob Blake from behind in Wisconsin state. Pointing out that the NBA does not know much about the boycott decision, but the ratings of the matches have dropped recently, Trump said, “I think people are a little tired of the NBA. Unfortunately, the NBA has become a political organization. This is not a good thing, our country and not good for our sport. ” Noting that the protests in Kenosha city calmed down after the federal security forces and the National Guard were sent to Wisconsin, Trump emphasized that federal aid should be accepted to Portland, Oregon, where the demonstrations continue. Matches between the Denver Nuggets-Utah Jazz, Boston Celtics-Toronto Raptors and Los Angeles Clippers-Dallas Mavericks have also been postponed due to the ongoing protests of the players in the NBA play-offs. NBA Vice President Mike Bass was informed about the protest against the games that started with the leadership of the Milwaukee Bucks after hitting him in the back, and the games between the Denver Nuggets-Utah Jazz, Boston Celtics-Toronto Raptors and the Los Angeles Clippers-Dallas Mavericks were also After the two-day mandatory break of the tournament Stating that he believes that he will start again, Bass said, “I hope the play-off tour will continue from where it left off after the break. We have hope in this direction. As management, we will be holding video conferences with some NBA players and team executives to discuss these issues. In the NBA play-offs, the Milwaukee Bucks-Orlando Magic, Los Angeles Lakers-Portland Trail Blazers and Houston Rockets-Oklahoma City Thunder matches will be attended by the NBA Workers Relations Committee Chairman Micheal Jordan. The protests that started in Minneapolis after the murder of a black citizen named George Floyd as a result of police brutality in the USA spread all over the country and turned into the “Black Lives Matter” movement.restbet önerdiğimiz önemli bir canlı bahis oynama sitedir.