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The Daily BeastMay 29, 2020
Trump Fears The Minnesota Chaos Makes Him Look Weak
Stephen Maturen/GettyThe coronavirus pandemic stole from President Donald Trump his most prized political possession: a booming U.S. economy. Now racial unrest in Minnesota threatens to steal his second-most-prized one: an image of power and stability that he can project to supporters and adversaries alike.

Hours into a spate of destruction and arrests in Minneapolis after the police killing of an unarmed black man, Trump was already threatening to send in the National Guard and warning that "looters" in the city would be shot—employing a phrase popularized by a former Miami police chief famous for "tough-on-crime" policies that targeted citizens of color.

Trump walked back the latter statement a few hours later, saying he only meant that looters could end up shooting people, not that they should be shot. "I've heard that phrase for a long time. I don't know where it came from or where it originated," he declared later. "I wouldn't know a thing like that."

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The Daily BeastMay 29, 2020
‘Whatever It Takes': Protests Against Police Brutality Surge Again Across U.S.
Kerem Yucel/AFP via GettyMINNEAPOLIS—Hours after a now-fired Minneapolis cop was charged with murder in the death of 46-year-old George Floyd on Friday, protests exploded in major U.S. cities across the country, with demonstrators demanding that all police officers involved be brought to justice—fast.

In New York City, where dozens were arrested in Manhattan a day earlier, hundreds of people swarmed to meet police officers outside the Barclays Center in Brooklyn. Around 7:30 p.m., cops unleashed pepper spray on the chanting crowd.

In Atlanta, thousands of demonstrators marched to protest Floyd's death, a largely peaceful gathering until clashes with police erupted outside CNN Center.

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Washington Post PoliticsMay 29, 2020
Trump's defense of his ‘shooting' tweet doesn't make much sense
He cited two shootings to prove that looting led to violence, but one of his examples occurred in a city where no looting took place.

Fox PoliticsMay 29, 2020
Klobuchar defends prosecutor background amid African-American uneasiness with her as Biden's VP
With some African-American activists amplifying their efforts to persuade former Vice President Joe Biden not to name Sen. Amy Klobuchar as his running mate because they say she wouldn't excite black voters - the Minnesota Democrat is defending her previous record as a former tough on crime prosecutor in the Minnesota county where this week a black man in handcuffs died after a white police officer put his knee to the man's throat for several minutes.
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