Tens of thousands of people took to the streets of USA cities coast to coast for an eighth night in protest over Floyd's death and brutality against other black Americans. Many Americans in both parties are increasingly unsettled by both the violence stemming from the protests and Trump's demands that governors and local authorities take a harder line. Budde said "our suffering was minimal" compared with businesses that were destroyed by recent looting, even as she defended the goals of peaceful protesters responding to Floyd's killing.
Laura Ingraham claimed no tear gas was used on protestors outside the White House Monday night, after demonstrations were forcefully broken up to allow President Donald Trump to visit a Washington D.C. church.
Mainstream US Protestant and Catholic leaders sharply criticized President Donald Trump yesterday, a day after peaceful protesters were forcibly displaced for a staged presidential photo in front of a church near the White House.
'I don't have an update on the physical but because you asked that I'll specifically inquire about that today and try to get back to you what, ' she said. "Instead, it just indulges in the myopic obsession with President Trump that has come to define the Democratic side", McConnell said. "So maybe he's helping the cause".
Several thousand demonstrators gather in Oakland, Calif., on Monday, June 1, 2020, to protest the death of George Floyd, who died after being restrained by Minneapolis police officers on May 25.
Biden expressed dismay at tear gas being used on "peaceful protesters" near "the doorstep of the people's house, the White House".
"He will never see her grow up, graduate".
Trump's actions drew widespread condemnation from Democrats and religious leaders who said he was misusing the Bible and the church where presidents have prayed for more than 150 years. "I just hope things get better from here". This is revolting. The Bible is not a prop. "These people are literally asking me not to believe what my eyes saw and felt". It was the protesters, not the president, who had abused power, Cruz said. "I'm encouraging everyone to channel their anger to the primaries and to the election in November".
Trump was speaking as he continues to come under criticism for his walk to the church, which was preceded by police and other law enforcement officials clearing the square of peaceful protesters using chemical sprays and flash grenades.
But most protests passed peacefully, and while there were scattered reports of looting in New York City, the country appeared calmer by the late night than it did a day earlier, when violence swept through multiple cities.
President Trump gained a pound since previous year but "remains healthy" and completed a two-week course of hydroxychloroquine as a "preventative" measure for COVID-19, his doctor said Wednesday. Colin Kaepernick kneeling during the national anthem comes up a lot as the evidence.
"I imposed a curfew at 7pm", she tweeted. Or the "fake media" fueling hatred and division so that they could discredit his presidency. But in one discombobulated moment, it was clear how easy it was for the environment to turn. No coordination with Park Police. "She's not resisting!" The police picked her up and took her behind the barricades. Three other officers involved in the incident have been fired but not charged. "Act fast!" Mr Trump tweeted on Tuesday. America's all teams. So depending on the team that you're on, that's how you're going to see [the riots].
"When I said go to the church, I didn't know, protesters or not, nobody tells me that".
He pointed to the gate around the park as an example of law enforcement provoking protesters into violence, arguing it was unnecessary to put it up.
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