The almost three dozen people invited to the White House included some police organizations that have little regard for Black Lives Matter, a group they blame for inciting violence against police officers. "And there is no doubt that minority communities, communities of color, still feel like it just takes too long to do what's right. But what we can do is to set up the kinds of respectful conversations that we've had here, not just in Washington, but around the country".
A "minority report " will get the proposition unbinding the delegates to the whole convention for a floor vote. "The delegates are not interested in changing the rules of the game at this late stage", said Trump's campaign counsel, Donald McGahn II.
The announcement will raise strong objections in Beijing, Moscow and Pyongyang. Reclusive North Korea and the rich, democratic South are technically still at war because their 1950-53 conflict ended in an armistice, not a peace treaty. The missile launch is a "clear challenge to UN Security Council resolutions", Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe said on Saturday, according to the Kyodo news agency.
The White House has declined that request, and Obama said he already has condemned anti-police rhetoric. Calling for "open hearts", he urged Americans not to cloister themselves in separate corners. A police affidavit of probable cause says Mckesson "intentionally" placed himself in the road after protesters were repeatedly warned by loudspeaker to remain on private property or the curb.
The investigation focused on Samson's dealings with officials of United Airlines, the main tenant of Newark Liberty International Airport, which is run by the Port Authority. The Port Authority also wanted to increase flights to Atlantic City, while New Jersey struggled to revitalize the seaside gambling resort. Brian Murray, a spokesman for Christie, declined to immediately comment on Samson's plea or how it might affect the governor's work with Trump.
A day earlier, Flynn had told ABC's "This Week" that women are the ones who "have to make the decision [on abortion] because they are the ones that are going to decide to bring up that child or not". "If people are serious about it, you know, I have to be serious about it", said Flynn, who said the US was "going in the wrong direction". Trump feels the current national unrest calls for a "tough and steady" figure, the Post said.