Police Chief Calvin Williams was among a dozen officers pushing people away. And Wednesday afternoon, as officers broke up a flag-burning protest and pushed the crowd back onto the sidewalk, several Republican delegates and their guests loudly thanked the officers and broke out into "America The Beautiful".
If you'd like to attend, the meeting starts at 6 p.m.at Phillips Memorial CME Church on 14th Street, just north of Washington Street in Phoenix. However, his support is only verbal as he mentioned that Portland PD was not going to comply with protesters' demand to set up body camera program, which would do police service much more transparent.
As president, Trump said he would defend an ally against Russian aggression only after first ensuring that the allies have fulfilled their obligations to the U.S. "Tonight, Donald Trump painted a dark picture of an America in decline". He described the heartbreak endured by the families of the Dallas police officers - specifically mentioning their children.
I can't possibly imagine that, and I think Anton deserves better", Abrams told the Toronto Sun . On stage the Star Trek alums were joined by newcomers Idris Elba, Sofia Boutella and director Justin Lin, all of whom also honoured the late 27-year-old actor.
For " Let Girls Learn ", Obama will visit Liberia, Morroco and Spain, and she'll document her travels on a new Snapchat account: michelleobama. She said: "When we got in the vehicle and I saw her rapping 'Get Ur Freak On , ' it kind of bugged me out!" Before the host could do anything, the First Lady went inside Corden's auto very casually, and Corden pretended to be in shock.
The phrase, so Clinton argued to a crowd of 3,600 here on Friday in Tampa, encapsulated Trump's vision of an isolationist, divided America, driven by hate and fear, and led by an authoritarian president who "talks trash about America". Though he vanquished 16 primary rivals, he's viewed with unprecedented negativity by the broader electorate, and is struggling in particular with younger voters and minorities, groups GOP leaders know they need for the party to grow.