Despite a letter from Wisconsin Governor Tony Evers to the President urging him reconsider a planned visit to Kenosha, he President is going ahead with a planned visit on Tuesday. Kenosha, like Portland, has seen clashes between those protesting the police killing of Jacob Blake, and Blue Line supporters.
The people of Wisconsin don’t want another task force or more delays—they want action and results, and they want it today, not tomorrow or some day months down the road. pic.twitter.com/wptjdZ185a— Governor Tony Evers (@GovEvers) August 31, 2020
April Ryan speaks with former Congressman Ed Towns, who chaired the Oversight & Government Reform Committee, who says American democracy is “on the ballot” and calls on clergy and civil rights organizations to take leadership.
Click ▶️ to listen to AURN Washington Bureau Chief April Ryan’s White House Report: