Trump denies systemic racism in police

Published on September 2, 2020 - Duration: 01:02s

Trump denies systemic racism in police

President Donald Trump says he doesn't believe that there's a problem withsystemic racism in policing as he wraps up a tour in Kenosha, Wisconsin.

MrTrump on Tuesday toured damage caused amid unrest that followed the August 23shooting of Jacob Black, who is black.

Mr Trump also called ongoing anti-racism protests in the US "domestic terror".

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