The president and his followers are jumping on the opportunity to make property destruction – not systemic racism – the main focus of attention.
The governor directly addressed the killing of George Floyd, but he also spoke of the greater issue of systemic racism in America.
Minnesota officials said in a Saturday news conference that white nationalists and people from outside the state are fueling the violence in Minneapolis.
The D.C. mayor said Donald Trump is a scared man hiding behind the White House gates while America suffers through multiple crises.
Donald Trump continued to stoke the flames of violence on Saturday morning by openly fantasizing about unleashing dogs and weapons on D.C. protesters.
Trump threated protesters at the White House with violence for using their First Amendment free speech right to protest against the govenment.
Presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden is enjoying a surge of support from those working in healthcare, receiving more than $3.8 million in donations from healthcare leaders and their employees, including pro-Biden super-PACS, according to data from the nonpartisan Center for Responsive Politics. The news comes as President Donald Trump and his administration continue to weather heavy criticism over their response to the coronavirus pandemic.
During an appearance on Fox News’s The Five, Geraldo Rivera condemned President Donald Trump after Twitter flagged the president for “glorifying violence” after he referred to those who’ve protested in Minneapolis following George Floyd’s death as “THUGS” and said that “When the looting starts, the shooting starts.”
Senator Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.), who chairs the Senate Judiciary Committee, announced the committee will hold a hearing on police use of force after George Floyd was killed by a police officer in Minneapolis while in police custody.
President Donald Trump announced earlier today that the United States will sever ties with the World Health Organization (WHO) during his press conference earlier today.
“China has total control over the World Health Organization despite only paying $40 million per year compared to what the United States has been paying, which is approximately $450 million a year,” Trump said during a news conference in the White House Rose Garden.
Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot denounced President Donald Trump, saying he was “encouraging people to be shot in the street” after referring to those who’ve protested in Minneapolis following the death of George Floyd as “THUGS” and saying that “When the looting starts, the shooting starts.”
Democrats outnumber Republicans by nearly 1 million approved mail-in ballots as Trump's attack on voting by mail has backfired in Pennsylvania.
The White House promised that Trump would hold a press conference, but the President came out issued a statement and ran for the door when reporters asked questions.
Trump tried to spin his encouragement of violence with a totally new meaning and claimed that anyone who called out his racism was a hater.
Florida wants Trump to move the Republican convention to their state, but coronavirus cases have grown by the thousands and deaths by the dozens.
Former President Barack Obama issued a statement about the death of George Floyd that highlighted the disgraceful behavior of Trump. Former President Barack Obama issued a statement about the death of George Floyd that highlighted the disgraceful behavior of Trump.
Fired Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin has been arrested and taken into custody over the killing of George Floyd.
Taylor Swift unloaded on Trump for feigning moral superiority while threatening violence as his presidency fanned the flames of white supremacy.
Democrats have shown a united front in their response to Donald Trump’s tweet about shooting protesters in Minneapolis. The President appeared to double down on Friday morning.
“The National Guard has arrived on the scene,” Trump tweeted.
Joe Biden has called out President Donald Trump following his tweet about shooting protesters. The presumptive Democratic nominee weighed in as conditions in Minneapolis grow more fraught.
“Enough,” Biden tweeted on Friday morning before writing a thread about Trump’s response to the violence in Minnesota. He also addressed the arrest of a CNN team during a live broadcast.