Fox NewsIn a wide ranging interview on Sunday with Fox News’s Chris Wallace, Donald Trump has once again refused to entertain the idea of renaming US military forts that currently bear the names of Confederate generals.This year’s bill includes a provision renaming US military bases that are currently named after generals of the Confederacy that is, men who fought against the Union to protect the institution of slavery. Those bases include Fort Bragg, the US Army’s largest base.Mr Trump has vocally opposed this renaming on various occasions, and did the same on Sunday, threatening to veto the bill if Congress sends the name change to his desk.”What are you going to name it, Chris, tell me what you’re going to name it? So there’s a whole thing here. We won two world wars, two world wars, beautiful world wars that were vicious and horrible, and we won them out of Fort Bragg, we won out of all of these forts that now they want to throw those names away.”We won world wars out of these military bases.
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Understandably, you pretend to understand this country and the principles on which it was created only because you have been blessed to know the spoils. You never suffered here. You never wanted here. You can unsubscribe at any time.Thank you for subscribingWe have more newslettersShow meSee ourprivacy noticeAnother 72 people in the city and county have returned positive coronavirus results in the last 24 hours.Leicester accounts for 59 of today’s confirmed cases.Broken down to district and borough council level, the data shows that Oadby and Wigston have had four more cases, Blaby has had three confirmed, two more people in both Charnwood and Hinckley and Bosworth have been diagnosed, one each has been added to the toll for North West Leicestershire and Harborough, while Melton has seen no increase.The latest figures out this afternoon mean that more than 220 people have tested positive for coronavirus in Leicester and Leicestershire since Friday afternoon.Numbers reported on a daily basis now include those who have been tested by the NHS and those at mobile testing units and community settings. The data does not include specific sites where tests have been carried out.A massive testing effort was underway in the city this weekend with door to door testing, home testing kits dropped off. Mobile units across the city and county were also busy swabbing residents to see if they have the virus.The Leicester lockdown is due to be reviewed this week and as yet it is still unclear what it will take to lift the restrictions in place across the city and in bordering county areas.Below, are the figures published at 4pm on Monday July 13:Leicester city 4,324 total cases.