Obama snubbed Ferguson cops, instead invited Sharpton to White House summit

Posted on AllSides December 2nd, 2014
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President Obama didn’t invite any police officers from Ferguson, Missouri, to White House meetings that were aimed at solving unrest over the police shooting of a black teen in that town.

The White House acknowledged Tuesday that no representatives of the Ferguson police department were invited to the day-long series of meetings that Mr. Obama held on Monday.

“The president was interested in gathering stakeholders from across the country, not just one community,” said White House press secretary Josh Earnest, who said the meetings focused on “building bridges and restoring...

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