"The Radical Left Do Nothing Democrats will Faill in the Fall".
When asked about the video on CNN's State of the Union later on Sunday morning, Secretary of Health and Human Services Alex Azar said he hadn't seen the tweet, but defended Trump against accusations of supporting white supremacy.
The man then continues to drive off and is followed by other fellow Trump campaign supporters as they argued with protestors lining the street.
At the beginning of the video, when one anti-Trump demonstrator called a supporter of the president racist, he responded by chanting "white power" and pumping his fist.
"Corrupt Joe is shot".
The White House did not immediately return Business Insider's request for comment on Sunday. Trump said in his tweet, not specifying what "other bad things" were included in the proposal. Tim Scott of SC, the only black Republican senator, called on the president to take down his tweet.
"I think it's indefensible, we should take it down", he added.
In sharing the video, the president thanked "the great people of The Villages." .
Some of the counterdemonstrators in the Florida video hold signs supporting former vice president Joe Biden, the presumed Democratic nominee challenging Trump in November.
"President Trump is a big fan of The Villages".
"Nazi, racist pig", one anti-Trump demonstrator can be heard yelling at another man in the video, in one of many similar instances.
"What he did see was tremendous enthusiasm from his many supporters".
Protests against police brutality and bias in law enforcement have occurred across the country following Floyd's death and there has also been a push to remove Confederate monuments, an effort Trump has opposed.
The "great people" language recalls Trump's description of some who attended a 2017 white-supremacist march in Charlottesville as "very fine people".
Sherrilyn Ifill, president and director-counsel of the NAACP Legal Defense and Education Fund, told CBS' Face the Nation that "This really is not about the president taking it down".