A Minneapolis business owner whose business was burned down in the riots is pleading for President Trump to visit the city.
According to Fox Business:
The owner of a Minneapolis hair salon that was burned down during riots over the death of George Floyd said that local and state officials have failed to help her rebuild her business and she is now faced with a $2,000 bill just to tear down the destroyed building and put a fence around it.
“I haven’t gotten anything, not a penny,” Flora Westbrooks, the owner of Flora’s Hair Designs, told “Fox & Friends” on Thursday.
“My plan is to rebuild my business,” Westbrooks said. “I built that business myself and I just want my business back. That’s all I want, to just get my life back. I want my life back.”
“I have been sitting here since May and I haven’t gotten any help at all,” she continued. “If he could, please Mr. President, could you please just come and do something for our business and my community, please, sir.”
She stated that she would tell Trump simply that she needed help.