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Trump 'appalled' by the defund police movement: WH

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Trump 'appalled' by the defund police movement: WH

Trump 'appalled' by the defund police movement: WH

U.S. President Donald Trump is "appalled" by calls for police to be defunded and he is looking at a number of proposals in response to the death of a black man in police custody in Minneapolis that has sparked nationwide protests.

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"The president is appalled by the defund the police movement," White House spokeswoman Kayleigh McEnany told a media briefing.

She said Trump is "taking a look at various" proposals in response to George Floyd's death.




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