Trump Heads to Kenosha, Wisconsin
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From the CenterTrump heads to politically crucial Wisconsin amid violence, racial unrest
Despite entreaties to stay away, President Donald Trump heads to Kenosha, Wisconsin on Tuesday to highlight his “law and order” campaign theme in a city upended by protests after the shooting of a Black man by a white police officer.
The Republican president, who is running for re-election against Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden, has seen his polling gap with the former vice president narrow amid ongoing protests over racial injustice and resulting violence.
Last week’s Republican National Convention portrayed Biden as a leader whose policies would create further chaos...
From the LeftTrump says Kenosha trip could increase 'enthusiasm' amid concerns it will stir tensions
He is expected to meet with law enforcement and tour damaged businesses.
President Donald Trump was headed to Kenosha, Wisconsin, Tuesday after drawing a comparison between police officers who shoot people in the back to golfers who “choke” and miss a three-foot putt.
“They choke. Just like in a golf tournament, they miss a three-foot putt,” Trump told Fox News host Laura Ingraham Monday appearing to mitigate an officer's actions.
The president’s comments come ahead of a planned trip to Kenosha a community rocked by protests and unrest after a...
From the RightTrump Going to Kenosha to Celebrate 'Love, Respect' for Country
President Donald Trump is heading to Kenosha, Wisconsin, to talk to the police and responders helping curb and clean up after the violent protests to "increase enthusiasm" and "love and respect for our country."
"That's why I am going, because they did a fantastic job," Trump told reporters Monday during the daily press briefing. "As soon as a I called and told them, 'let's go,' the whole problem stopped.
"That was, what, 6 days ago."
Trump also offered an explanation for why he had no plans to speak with Jacob...