President Trump visited Arizona, which is seeing a surge in COVID-19 cases, to tour a portion of the border wall and spoke for 90 minutes at a student conference in Phoenix. The president addressed calls for police reform & defunding which he claimed will win him reelection. Congress votes on police reform on Thursday.
Regarding voting, Kentucky voters who were shut out banged on on windows at polling stations demanding to be allowed to vote. A judge ruled to keep polling stations open later to accommodate voters.
Click ▶️ to listen to AURN Washington Bureau Chief April Ryan’s White House Report:
🚨#Kentucky cut its polling places for Tuesday’s primary from 3,700 to 200, and voters report not getting #MailInBallots.— Dr. Dena Grayson (@DrDenaGrayson) June 19, 2020
There‘s only 1 polling place for 616,000 registered voters in Louisville’s Jefferson County, where 50% of #KY’s black voters live.🤬https://t.co/D0SgZuEVhZ