Donald Trump has shared a video of a black man knocking a white Macy’s employee to the floor and punching him in the store, and asked: ‘Where are the protesters?”


The video clip was filmed on June 15 in Flint Township, Michigan.
The unnamed black man is seen attacking the employee, who falls to the floor and tries to crawl away.


The brother of the attacker, FT Quay, a 22-year-old rapper, told the New York Post that the white employee had called him a ‘n*****’ when he asked about a shirt size.
He said the employee answered them, and returned to his phone call, where he allegedly told someone on the phone it was ‘no one, just some n****r.’
Quay said that the violent reaction ‘was spur of the moment.’


‘I just want people to know the real story of really what happened and what’s in the description of me and my brother just walking into Macy’s just minding our own business,’ he said.

And, yes, we made a petty joke and asked the guy “Was the shirt too little?”. He was just being funny,’ said Quay, who declined to identify his brother by name.
‘And just the fact of the remark that he said that we all heard.

‘And just, what else were we supposed to do? In this age and time, he didn’t know what else to do.
‘That was just his instinct.’



Macy’s issued a statement Friday in which the company claimed the attack was ‘unprovoked’.
Quay shared the video on Facebook and claimed that he and a ‘bro’ went to the mall and asked a man on the phone about a shirt size.
The moment the employee allegedly used the racial slur is not shown in the short clip.


But Quay maintained that he heard the employee utter the racial slur.
‘At the moment, it was surprising,’ Quay said.
‘I was just like, whatever. Let me get this down (on video). Let me just let people see.’

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