Despite urging not to visit from Wisconsin Governor Tony Evers and other local leaders, President Trump traveled to Kenosha, Wisconsin today to meet with those affected by protests and riots following the police shooting of Jacob Blake.
President Trump spoke at a round table, where he called out the destruction of property, offered support to law enforcement, and urged deployment of National Guard to other cities experiencing unrest.
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Heading to Kenosha, Wisconsin, to thank Law Enforcement and the National Guard for a job well done. The Violence stopped six days ago, the moment the Guard entered the picture. Thank you!— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) September 1, 2020