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Less than an hour earlier, Trump said during his press briefing that he was unable to get in touch with the Blakes because "they wanted to have lawyers involved, and I thought that was inappropriate so I didn't do that. But I did speak with the pastor of the family."The family's attorney later said the president reached out to Jacob Blake's mother's pastor and Trump declined to have a call if their legal team monitored it.Visit 's homepage for more stories.Minutes after President Donald Trump explained why he wasn't able to get on the phone with Jacob Blake's family, Jacob Blake Sr. refuted the president's stated reason.Thousands of Americans have been protesting against police brutality and racism anew after a Kenosha police officer shot Jacob Blake in Wisconsin on August 23. He is paralyzed from the waist down, and the officer is on administrative leave while the state Department of Justice investigates.Earlier on Monday evening, Trump said from behind the White House lectern during a press briefing that the Blake family "wanted to have lawyers involved," so the president ended up speaking to the "family pastor" instead."We don't have a family pastor," Blake Sr. said on CNN when host Jim Acosta asked why Trump claimed he spoke with a pastor and not the family."If the call had occurred, Ms. Jackson was prepared to ask President Trump to watch the video of Mr. Blake's shooting and to do what she has asked all of America to do examine your heart," the statement on Crump's Twitter account said. Jackson, said she missed Trump's call in a separate interview with CNN that day."I'm sorry I missed your call," she said on CNN, addressing Trump. "Because had I not missed your call maybe the comments that you made would have been different and I'm not mad at you at all."Jackson said she has the "utmost respect" for the president, adding: "Like I said before, and I'm not saying this to him directly, we should always get the details from the right source before we start throwing bricks."Trump is expected to visit Kenosha on Tuesday, despite Wisconsin Gov. Tony Evers' request for the president to reconsider."I am concerned your presence will only hinder our healing," Evers wrote in a letter to the White House on Sunday. "I am concerned your presence will only delay our work to overcome division and move forward together."Read the original article on Trump thinks violence and chaos on the streets is good for his reelection, and he not trying to hide itPresident Donald Trump is actively working to incite violence and chaos in American cities, hoping he can carry himself to a reelection victory on a "law and order" platform. Trump on Sunday took to Twitter to decry anti racism protesters and praise a caravan of his supporters who rode into Portland after deadly violence followed clashes between the groups. On Saturday, Aaron Danielson, reportedly a supporter of the right wing group Patriot Prayer, was killed while taking part in a counter protest in Portland. Vegas Tenold, an investigative researcher for the ADL Center on Extremism, fears that Danielson killing will spark more bloodshed.

Less than an hour earlier, Trump said during his press briefing that he was unable to get in touch with the Blakes because "they wanted to have lawyers involved, and I thought that was inappropriate so I didn't do that. But I did speak with the pastor of the family."The family's attorney later said the president reached out to Jacob Blake's mother's pastor and Trump declined to have a call if their legal team monitored it.Visit 's homepage for more stories.Minutes after President Donald Trump explained why he wasn't able to get on the phone with Jacob Blake's family, Jacob Blake Sr. refuted the president's stated reason.Thousands of Americans have been protesting against police brutality and racism anew after a Kenosha police officer shot Jacob Blake in Wisconsin on August 23. He is paralyzed from the waist down, and the officer is on administrative leave while the state Department of Justice investigates.Earlier on Monday evening, Trump said from behind the White House lectern during a press briefing that the Blake family "wanted to have lawyers involved," so the president ended up speaking to the "family pastor" instead."We don't have a family pastor," Blake Sr. said on CNN when host Jim Acosta asked why Trump claimed he spoke with a pastor and not the family."If the call had occurred, Ms. Jackson was prepared to ask President Trump to watch the video of Mr. Blake's shooting and to do what she has asked all of America to do examine your heart," the statement on Crump's Twitter account said. Jackson, said she missed Trump's call in a separate interview with CNN that day."I'm sorry I missed your call," she said on CNN, addressing Trump. "Because had I not missed your call maybe the comments that you made would have been different and I'm not mad at you at all."Jackson said she has the "utmost respect" for the president, adding: "Like I said before, and I'm not saying this to him directly, we should always get the details from the right source before we start throwing bricks."Trump is expected to visit Kenosha on Tuesday, despite Wisconsin Gov. Tony Evers' request for the president to reconsider."I am concerned your presence will only hinder our healing," Evers wrote in a letter to the White House on Sunday. "I am concerned your presence will only delay our work to overcome division and move forward together."Read the original article on Trump thinks violence and chaos on the streets is good for his reelection, and he not trying to hide itPresident Donald Trump is actively working to incite violence and chaos in American cities, hoping he can carry himself to a reelection victory on a "law and order" platform. Trump on Sunday took to Twitter to decry anti racism protesters and praise a caravan of his supporters who rode into Portland after deadly violence followed clashes between the groups. On Saturday, Aaron Danielson, reportedly a supporter of the right wing group Patriot Prayer, was killed while taking part in a counter protest in Portland. Vegas Tenold, an investigative researcher for the ADL Center on Extremism, fears that Danielson killing will spark more bloodshed.

Less than an hour earlier, Trump said during his press briefing that he was unable to get in touch with the Blakes because "they wanted to have lawyers involved, and I thought that was inappropriate so I didn't do that. But I did speak with the pastor of the family."The family's attorney later said the president reached out to Jacob Blake's mother's pastor and Trump declined to have a call if their legal team monitored it.Visit 's homepage for more stories.Minutes after President Donald Trump explained why he wasn't able to get on the phone with Jacob Blake's family, Jacob Blake Sr. refuted the president's stated reason.Thousands of Americans have been protesting against police brutality and racism anew after a Kenosha police officer shot Jacob Blake in Wisconsin on August 23. He is paralyzed from the waist down, and the officer is on administrative leave while the state Department of Justice investigates.Earlier on Monday evening, Trump said from behind the White House lectern during a press briefing that the Blake family "wanted to have lawyers involved," so the president ended up speaking to the "family pastor" instead."We don't have a family pastor," Blake Sr. said on CNN when host Jim Acosta asked why Trump claimed he spoke with a pastor and not the family."If the call had occurred, Ms. Jackson was prepared to ask President Trump to watch the video of Mr. Blake's shooting and to do what she has asked all of America to do examine your heart," the statement on Crump's Twitter account said. Jackson, said she missed Trump's call in a separate interview with CNN that day."I'm sorry I missed your call," she said on CNN, addressing Trump. "Because had I not missed your call maybe the comments that you made would have been different and I'm not mad at you at all."Jackson said she has the "utmost respect" for the president, adding: "Like I said before, and I'm not saying this to him directly, we should always get the details from the right source before we start throwing bricks."Trump is expected to visit Kenosha on Tuesday, despite Wisconsin Gov. Tony Evers' request for the president to reconsider."I am concerned your presence will only hinder our healing," Evers wrote in a letter to the White House on Sunday. "I am concerned your presence will only delay our work to overcome division and move forward together."Read the original article on Trump thinks violence and chaos on the streets is good for his reelection, and he not trying to hide itPresident Donald Trump is actively working to incite violence and chaos in American cities, hoping he can carry himself to a reelection victory on a "law and order" platform. Trump on Sunday took to Twitter to decry anti racism protesters and praise a caravan of his supporters who rode into Portland after deadly violence followed clashes between the groups. On Saturday, Aaron Danielson, reportedly a supporter of the right wing group Patriot Prayer, was killed while taking part in a counter protest in Portland. Vegas Tenold, an investigative researcher for the ADL Center on Extremism, fears that Danielson killing will spark more bloodshed.

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Less than an hour earlier, Trump said during his press briefing that he was unable to get in touch with the Blakes because "they wanted to have lawyers involved, and I thought that was inappropriate so I didn't do that. But I did speak with the pastor of the family."The family's attorney later said the president reached out to Jacob Blake's mother's pastor and Trump declined to have a call if their legal team monitored it.Visit 's homepage for more stories.Minutes after President Donald Trump explained why he wasn't able to get on the phone with Jacob Blake's family, Jacob Blake Sr. refuted the president's stated reason.Thousands of Americans have been protesting against police brutality and racism anew after a Kenosha police officer shot Jacob Blake in Wisconsin on August 23. He is paralyzed from the waist down, and the officer is on administrative leave while the state Department of Justice investigates.Earlier on Monday evening, Trump said from behind the White House lectern during a press briefing that the Blake family "wanted to have lawyers involved," so the president ended up speaking to the "family pastor" instead."We don't have a family pastor," Blake Sr. said on CNN when host Jim Acosta asked why Trump claimed he spoke with a pastor and not the family."If the call had occurred, Ms. Jackson was prepared to ask President Trump to watch the video of Mr. Blake's shooting and to do what she has asked all of America to do examine your heart," the statement on Crump's Twitter account said. Jackson, said she missed Trump's call in a separate interview with CNN that day."I'm sorry I missed your call," she said on CNN, addressing Trump. "Because had I not missed your call maybe the comments that you made would have been different and I'm not mad at you at all."Jackson said she has the "utmost respect" for the president, adding: "Like I said before, and I'm not saying this to him directly, we should always get the details from the right source before we start throwing bricks."Trump is expected to visit Kenosha on Tuesday, despite Wisconsin Gov. Tony Evers' request for the president to reconsider."I am concerned your presence will only hinder our healing," Evers wrote in a letter to the White House on Sunday. "I am concerned your presence will only delay our work to overcome division and move forward together."Read the original article on Trump thinks violence and chaos on the streets is good for his reelection, and he not trying to hide itPresident Donald Trump is actively working to incite violence and chaos in American cities, hoping he can carry himself to a reelection victory on a "law and order" platform. Trump on Sunday took to Twitter to decry anti racism protesters and praise a caravan of his supporters who rode into Portland after deadly violence followed clashes between the groups. On Saturday, Aaron Danielson, reportedly a supporter of the right wing group Patriot Prayer, was killed while taking part in a counter protest in Portland. Vegas Tenold, an investigative researcher for the ADL Center on Extremism, fears that Danielson killing will spark more bloodshed.


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