Any difficulty and we will assume control but, when the looting starts, the shooting starts.
Earlier, taking to Twitter, Trump said, "80 per cent of the rioters in Minneapolis last night were from out of state".
On Friday, Twitter flagged one of the president's tweets for "glorifying violence", but noted that its "may be in the public's best interest for the Tweet to remain accessible".
Four police officers involved in Floyd's death have been fired and the FBI is investigating.
If you look at it, Mark bends over backwards to do things that basically violate his own terms of service on behalf of both President Trump and the Republican Party.
Trump further said, "We will stand with the family of George Floyd, with the peaceful protesters, and with every law-abiding citizen who wants decency, civility, safety and security".
President Trump, who is seeking a second term in November, has already threatened to shut down social media platforms.
While Facebook made a decision to keep Trump's message, Twitter also did the same but put a behind warning label so that users would need to click through to read it. The Minneapolis night sky was lit with flames from a police compound that had been set on fire overnight. "And frankly it means when there's looting, people get shot and they die", he said.
Since then, protests against police brutality have spread across the United States.
It did the same hours later when the official White House account tweeted a copy of the president's words. And in one speech he appeared to advocate rougher treatment of people in custody, speaking dismissively of the police practice of shielding the heads of handcuffed suspects as they are being placed in patrol cars.
The proposed legislation is part of an executive order that Trump signed Thursday afternoon.
Twitter's policy of adding a warning to, rather than deleting, tweets that break its rules when it comes to major public figures was announced in mid-2019.
The company's move to label Trump's claims about mail-in ballots separates it from larger competitors such as Facebook, which declares its neutrality by leaving factcheck decisions to third-party partners and exempts politicians' posts from review.
He said "unlike Twitter" Facebook does not have a policy of putting warnings in front of posts that may incite violence. In the video circulated this week, Floyd can be heard gasping "I can't breathe, quot; as an officer knelt on his neck, a phrase also uttered by Eric Garner, whose death while in a police choke in NY in 2014 caused in the whole country Indignation".
Floyd was killed by police on Monday after an officer allegedly knelt on his back for five minutes.