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Trump Executive Order To Focus On Tracking Misconduct, Nonviolent Interactions

Following the killing of George Floyd by police last month, Trump is expected on Tuesday to sign an executive order on police reform.
President Trump hosts a roundtable discussion last week with faith leaders, law enforcement officials and small-business owners at Gateway Church, Dallas Campus, in Texas. Source: Nicholas Kamm

President Trump on Tuesday will sign an executive order outlining his vision for police reform after the death of George Floyd — a black man killed last month by police — sparked international unrest regarding U.S.

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