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Donald Trump visits Kenosha despite pleas for him to stay away

By DW
02 September 2020   |   2:04 pm
Despite being asked not to come in fear of further stoking tensions, Trump was in Kenosha to show his support for local police. He was met with both protest and support in the city where police shot Jacob Blake.

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