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President Trump Denies Systemic Racism In Policing. Most Americans Disagree.

President Trump Denies Systemic Racism In Policing. Most Americans Disagree.

Update: 2020-06-091
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As Joe Biden's campaign touted his plans for police reform, President Trump denied that there is a systemic problem with American policing; according to polls, a large majority of Americans disagree.

And Republicans have controlled Georgia politics for nearly two decades. Tuesday's primary in the state could be the beginning of a shift in power.

This episode: campaign correspondents Asma Khalid and Scott Detrow, White House correspondent Tamara Keith, and WABE reporter Emma Hurt.

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Laura D

new voting machines you say? has anyone checked on Ivankas voting machines she bought from China back in '16-'17??? wouldn't that be a silly if they were hers??

Jun 9th
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President Trump Denies Systemic Racism In Policing. Most Americans Disagree.

President Trump Denies Systemic Racism In Policing. Most Americans Disagree.

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