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Atlanta mayor says Trump is incapable of showing any type of empathy

Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms said she was “simply disgusted” by President Donald Trump’s invoking George Floyd’s name during a Friday bill signing ceremony touting the latest jobs report, which exceeded ...

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McEnany makes false claim about Romney’s share of black vote

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During a White House briefing on Monday, a reporter asked White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany if President Donald Trump agrees with Republican Sen. Mitt Romney, who marched in a Washington ...

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Ku Klux Klan newspaper declares support for Trump

Ku Klux Klan

 A Ku Klux Klan newspaper has declared support for Donald Trump’s Republican run for U.S. president, saying America became great because it was a white, Christian republic. The Crusader, one ...

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Condi Rice: Trump’s messages should be more thoughtful, use Twitter less

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Former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice says she’d like to see President Donald Trump rely less on Twitter and more on remarks that come “from a place of thoughtfulness.” In an ...

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The new White House fence is getting covered in protest art

White House fence

As the protests over police brutality and the killing of George Floyd ramped up in the past week, the administration of Donald Trump increasingly fortified the area around the White House. Entrances ...

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NASCAR legends voice support for George Floyd protests

NASCAR drivers have joined the growing list of athletes and sports leagues throwing their support behind the nationwide protests against police brutality. Bubba Wallace wore a black T-shirt that said ...

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George Floyd killing spurs fresh protests across Europe

Tens of thousands of people have gathered in Berlin and across Germany to support the Black Lives Matter movement. Other European cities including London also saw huge demos, while three ...

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More than 140 scientists said Facebook should not be letting Trump use the social media platform to spread misinformation and incendiary statements

More than 140 scientists funded by Mark Zuckerberg have said Facebook should not be letting Donald Trump use the social media platform to “spread both misinformation and incendiary statements”. The researchers, who include ...

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Indianapolis sees largest protest against racial inequality in at least 30 years

Indianapolis , largest protest against racial

Thousands participated in a Saturday demonstration at the Indiana Statehouse — the city’s largest against racial inequality and police brutality in at least 30 years. The event marked the ninth ...

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Mark Zuckerberg defends Trump’s posts

Mark Zuckerberg

n a lengthy open letter Friday, Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg defended his decision to not touch a Donald Trump post with racist overtones — before ending with the statement “Black lives matter.” ...

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