President Donald Trump visits Kenosha, Wisconsin, on Tuesday days after a Black man, Jacob Blake, was shot in the back seven times by a White police officer and paralyzed. Blake, 29, was shot during an arrest Aug. 23 that was caught on tape and sparked protests against police violence. During demonstrations two days later, two protesters were fatally shot. Wisconsin Gov. Tony Evers asked President Donald Trump to back out of a visit to the city of Kenosha, saying in a letter on Sunday that Trump’s presence “will only hinder our healing.”

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President Trump participates in roundtable on community safety in Wisconsin — 9/1/2020


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