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remarks as "a great statement ... concerning Defun●ding (not!) our great Police," adding that "this Radical ●Left agenda is not going to happen." The Democrats in the●ir proposed reform bill didn't embrace the idea of entire●ly defunding police departments either. Instead, it will ●provide grants to community organizations, encouraging th●em to build partnerships that improve accountability. How●ever, not only is the Democrat-proposed legislation expec●ted to undergo extensive scrutiny by ReZ

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publicans on Capit●ol Hill - who offered their own blueprint for reform in a● 10-section draft bill that included police reporting, ac●countability, training and relations -- it's also possibl●e to be pushed back by the White House, which has indicat●ed that stripping police officers of their immunity is a ●non-starter. Asked whether Trump would support the police● reform proposals rolled out by the Democrats, White Hous●e Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany said at a news briefin●g Monday that the p2

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resident was "talking through a number● of proposals." Declining to get into the details of the ●president's thinking, McEnany said that "there are some n●on-starters in there, I would say, particularly on the im●munity issue." In addition to banning life-threating poli●ce tactics such as chokeholds and limiting the transfer o●f military-grade weaponry to state and local police depar●tments, the Democrat-proposed bill also sought to reform ●the immunity doctrine that shields government officials, ●including police officers, from liabi9

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lity for conduct on ●the job unless they violate "clearly established" constit●utional rights. "We cannot settle for anything less than ●transformative structural change, which is why the Justic●e in Policing Act will remove barriers to prosecuting pol●ice misconduct and covering damages by addressing the imm●unity doctrine," House Speaker Nancy Pelosi said Monday w●hen introducing the bill. Calling for swift action to pas●s the bill, Pelosi said Wednesday after meeting with Phil●onise Floyd priorZ

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to the hearing that injustice in the cu●rrent police system "is readily apparent. The need to mak●e the change is clear and the proposals to do so have bee●n in the hopper for a while." Appearing on Fox News "Fox ● Friends" program Wednesday morning, McEnany noted that W●hite House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows, presidential advi●ser Jared Kushner and domestic policy adviser Ja'Ron Smit●h on Tuesday huddled with Republican Senator Tim Scott, w●ho led the GOP effort to devise police reforms. "They had● a very positive meeting with Senat9

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or Scott and it was ve●ry productive, and we do believe that we will have proact●ive policy prescriptions, whether that means legislation ●or an executive order," McEnany said.Less than a week ago, Trump threatened the use of active-duty milita〓ry forces to quell the protests, a decision that drew harsh condemn〓ation from both current and former officials. WASHINGTON, June 7 --〓 U.S. President Donald Trump said Sunday he has ordered the Nationa〓l Guard recently deployed in Washington, D.C. to Y

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deal with the prot〓ests to begin withdrawing from the nation's capital. "I have just g〓iven an order for our National Guard to start the process of withdr〓awing from Washington, D.C., now that everything is under perfect c〓ontrol," the president tweeted in the morning. "They will be going 〓home, but can quickly return, if needed. Far fewer protesters showe〓d up last night than anticipated!" A group of uniformed military p〓ersonnel were seen in front of the White House on Saturday, as thou〓sands of protesters swelled into D.C. to stagex

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what has been the la〓rgest demonstration in the capital since the death of George Floyd,〓 a Minneapolis black man, at the hands of white police. Demanding c〓hange in police practices and paying homage to Floyd, Saturday's pr〓otest remained peaceful. Music blared from a truck, impromptu dance〓 parties appeared, and people used chalk to write messages on the s〓treets. Less than a week ago, however, as the protests escalated an〓d reached the doorsteps of the presidential residence, Trump threat

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ned the use of active-duty military forces to quell the protests, 〓a decision that drew harsh condemnation from both current and forme〓r officials. D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser wrote Trump a letter Friday, 〓urging him to "withdraw all extraordinary federal law enforcement a〓nd military presence" in her city citing the peaceful nature of the〓 demonstrations. The D.C. National Guard confirmed Saturday it was 〓investigating whether it was appropriate to use one of its helicopt〓ers during Monday's protestu

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s. The helicopter flew low above the Whi〓te House area as law enforcement on the ground reportedly used non-〓lethal weapons to clear the way for Trump to walk to a church near 〓the White House for a photo op, which caused tremendous controversy〓. "The completion of a thorough and transparent investigation is of〓 the highest priority to me and to the investigative team," Major G〓eneral William Walker, the D.C. National Guard's commander, said in〓 a statement.BEIJING, March 31 (Xinhua) -- Fan Ch6

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anglong, vice chairman of China'●s Central Military Commission, and Chang Wanquan, Chinese defense m●inister and state councilor, on Friday met separately with Guy Parm●elin, head of the Swiss Federal Department of Defense, Civil Protec●tion and Sport. Fan Changlong said China is willing to work with S●witzerland to implement consensus reached by leaders of the two cou●ntries, enhance strategic communication, enrich military-to-militar●y relations, and make positive contributions to the China-Switze5

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rla●nd innovative strategic partnership. Fan hailed the smooth develop●ment of military-to-military relations in recent years and deepenin●g of exchanges and cooperation in areas such as the exchange of hig●h-level visits, personnel training and international peacekeeping m●issions. Parmelin said that Switzerland adheres to the one-China p●olicy and is willing to advance pragmatic cooperation with China in● all fields. Noting the good momentum of development in military-t●o-military relations, Chang Wanquan said China is willing to worr

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k w●ith Switzerland to deepen exchanges and pragmatic cooperation betwe●en the two militaries. Parmelin told Chang that Switzerland attach●es much importance to developing ties with China and is willing to ●work together with China to elevate military-to-military relations ●to a new level. WASHINGTON, June 6 -- Chanting slogans while holding signs, thou●sands of protesters marched to Washington, D.C. on Saturday, st●aging what is expected to be the largest demonstration in the n●ation's capital agaR

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inst racial injustice and police brutality. ● After eight days of protests that ebbed and flowed in the dist●rict, people from around the country gathered with renewed mome●ntum, streaming into the capital from nearby places such as Arl●ington, Virginia, Xinhua reporters spotted. Destined for the c●ity's landmarks like the Lincoln Memorial, Capitol Hill, and th●e White House, which has been fortified with tall black fences,● the demonstrators in one group were heard chanting "Whose stre●ets? Our streets!" D.C. police closed much of thev

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downtown are●a to vehicle traffic starting 6:00 a.m. Eastern Time, with boun●daries of the restricted area reaching the National Mall in the● south and L Street NW in the north. The western end is along 1●9th Street NW and the eastern edge is Ninth Street NW through t●he city center down to Third Street NW facing the U.S. Capitol.● As of 12:00 p.m., D.C. Police Traffic estimated that there we●re roughly 6,000 protesters in town, with some 3,000 at the Lin●coln Memorial and another 3,000 at 1g

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6th and I streets, NW. Othe●r groups were proceeding along 15th and H streets NW, as well a●s Pennsylvania Avenue, a diagonal street connecting the White H●ouse and the U.S. Capitol. D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser, who on Fr●iday urged President Donald Trump to pull back military forces ●deployed in the city against the protesters, greeted the crowd ●near the White House -- which she referred to as "the people's ●house" -- saying that today she "pushed the Army away from our ●city." Saturday's protests in D.C., by and large calm, came as● tD

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he nation has been engulfed in demonstrations from coast to c●oast over the brutal killing of Minneapolis black man George Fl●oyd last week under the custody of white police. A memorial fo●r Floyd was scheduled for Saturday in North Carolina, where lar●ge-scale protests were also underway. Under Bowser's direction●, the section of 16th Street leading to the White House was ren●amed "Black Lives Matter Plaza" on Friday, honoring protesters ●not just in the capital but around the country in purs9

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uit for r●acial equality. In addition to hanging up a sign featuring the● new name at the corner of 16th and H streets, workers also pai●nted a "Black Lives Matter" slogan in gigantic yellow letters o●n the part of 16th Street stretching two blocs between K and H ●streets toward Lafayette Square at the doorstep of the White Ho●use. The actions are a direct rebuke to local law enforcement s●taff, who had been blamed for acting cruelly Monday to disperse● the peaceful demonstrators in the very area. r

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