Hong Kong Protesters Celebrate US Support Carrying Trump’s ‘Rocky’ Picture In Thanksgiving Rally

Pro-democracy protesters in Hong Kong demonstrated thanks for US President Trump on Thursday, holding up a photograph of him as the fictional boxer Rocky Balboa.

All demonstrators sported the American flag and sang the national anthem in the “Thanksgiving Rally.” After approval of legislation authorized sanctions against human rights violators in China, by the United States, thousands of protesters went to street to participate in the march.

On Wednesday, Mr. Trump now-viral boxing picture, exploring his face on actor Sylvester Stallone‘s body which had reportedly already been published on the internet previous to his tweet.

The US president tweeted didn’t have any context, made public after polling illustrated voters souring on impeachment and he enjoyed support from a packed rally in Florida.

Trump weakened Democrats in Washington, while he also conflicted with Chinese officials over what the administration called inequitable trade practices.

Chinese Vice Foreign Minister Le Yucheng said US Ambassador Terry Branstad that the move constituted “serious interference in China’s internal affairs and a serious violation of international law,” a foreign ministry stated.

However, the move is declared a “nakedly hegemonic act,” by Chinese FM Le, who has asked the United States not to implement the bills to stop greater damage to US-China relations, said in a statement by the ministry.

The U.S. Embassy in Beijing said in a statement regarding the meeting that the Chinese Communist Party must favor its promises to the citizens of Hong Kong.

It is also said in the statement that America takes independence of Hong Kong its obedience to the rule of law, and its promise to defensive civil liberties are explanation to defend its special status under US law.

On the other side, Mr. Trump has announced that what he expressed are in respect of Chinese nation and its administration, not anymore.

He said like this, “I signed these bills out of respect for President Xi, China, and the people of Hong Kong,”

Trump continued, “They are being enacted in the hope that Leaders and Representatives of China and Hong Kong will be able to amicably settle their differences leading to long term peace and prosperity for all.”

Tensions between Hong Kong administration and citizens has been reached about wrong turn where it has been over six month the people of this region has been protesting to approve their motive, but their struggles are continued and still failed.