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Trump Says Cops Who Shoot Are Like Golfers Who 'Choke' When Putting

TMZ.com Tuesday, 1 September 2020
President Trump says cops who use deadly force and shoot someone are exactly like nervous golfers who can't sink the last shot ... seriously, he compared the two. DT sat down for an interview with FOX News' Laura Ingraham Monday night, and while…
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News video: Trump Plans To Visit Cops, Not Jacob Blake's Family, During Kenosha Visit

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Donald Trump is not currently scheduled to meet with the family of Jacob Blake. This comes as a shock to many, seeing as he will be visiting Kenosha, Wisconsin, on Tuesday. Demonstrations were sparked in the city in August when Blake, a Black man, was shot in the back. He was shot at point-blank...

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