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“The use of faith in this whole instance really breaks my heart,” says Father Edward Beck about Pres. Trump’s photo-op at a church shortly after his remarks about the protests over the death of George Floyd. “The word of God was on the side of protesters who were pushed back.” https://t.co/uo6j7DRmF2
"We said, 'if you are here to loot, if you are here destroy -- go home.' We're not here to play these games with you. You're not going to destroy this city in the name of Black Lives Matter." - Tay Anderson, Denver School Board director, on dealing with agitators at protests https://t.co/yssDuvAjpq
Former US Army Gen. Wesley Clark says President Trump's threat to use the military if widespread violence isn't quelled, even as peaceful protesters just outside the White House gates were dispersed with tear gas, is "outrageous" and "pure political theater." https://t.co/Fbage6RwGI
While tensions between police and demonstrators have heated up across the US, some officers have shown solidarity with the movement by hugging protesters, praying with them, mourning with them, and taking a knee to honor George Floyd. https://t.co/bEFYAjiRmr https://t.co/htHhRxPvke
St. John's Church rector Rev. Robert Fisher says seeing President Trump visiting the church "as a backdrop really caught me by surprise. ... It troubles me deeply that people were removed from a peaceful protest right on our square by tear gas." https://t.co/8MYe8459gg https://t.co/SmOYsHmn8U
Mired in a scandal surrounding his chief adviser and facing difficult questions about the UK's coronavirus death toll, Boris Johnson's next month will be critical. And June is also a make-or-break month in post-Brexit negotiations. | Analysis by @lukemcgee https://t.co/tf9z7snXSq
Protests erupted for a seventh day across the US over the death of George Floyd. Ahead of a speech by President Donald Trump Monday, peaceful protesters were dispersed outside the White House with tear gas, flash grenades and rubber bullets. Live updates: https://t.co/teIJJZtGuO
"Donald Trump has combined the worst of George Wallace with Richard Nixon," says Sen. Kamala Harris about Pres. Trump threatening to use US troops to "dominate" protesters. "One iteration of dominate is about supremacy and that's what Donald Trump is about." https://t.co/6hO9Kgo54x
"The problems we face at this moment are part of our long history. But the complete absence of leadership -- political, moral, policy, strategic -- strikes me as genuinely unprecedented. What's the plan now, America?" | Cedric L. Alexander for @CNNOpinion https://t.co/ztTdIXM2Lh
NBA legend @MagicJohnson says despite his fame, he's still warned his sons about the dangers of being black in America. "It doesn't matter if I'm Magic Johnson or not. My kid, just like I am, still a black man... I had that conversation...if you're pulled over... you comply." https://t.co/QeE8KGs7No