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Following his photo op at a church Tuesday night, DC residents protested Trump's visit to the John Paul II shrine: 'Don't use God as a prop'

1 month ago   |   By Business Insider

About 200 people gathered near Catholic University in Northeast Washington, DC, Tuesday morning to peacefully protest President Donald Trump visiting the shrine of Pope John Paul II.
Trump's visit to the shrine, after a night of unrest and tear-gassing of peaceful protests in DC, came ahead of him signing an executive order on religious freedom.
"I find it baffling and reprehensible" that a Catholic institution would allow itself to be "misused" and "manipulated" by Trump, wrote Catholic Archbishop of Washington Wilton Gregory in advance of the visit.
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Prime Minister of Canada Justin Trudeau was speechless for over 20 seconds after he was asked to respond to the use of force on peaceful protesters in DC so Trump could pose for a photo

Prime Minister of Canada Justin Trudeau was speechless for over 20 seconds after he was asked to respond to the use of force on peaceful protesters in DC so Trump could pose for a photo

1 month ago   |   By Business Insider

Canada's Prime Minister Justin Trudeau was asked on Tuesday to respond to the use of tear gas on peaceful protesters in Washington, DC, so President Trump could pose for a photo.
Trudeau was speechless for over 20 seconds.
"We all watch in horror and consternation what's going on in the United States," Trudeau said.
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Justin Trudeau, the prime minister of Canada, was speechless when asked to respond to the use of force and tear gas against peaceful protesters outside the White House.
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Trump congratulates himself for the 'overwhelming force' and 'domination' law enforcement officials used against protesters in Washington, DC, and Minneapolis

Trump congratulates himself for the 'overwhelming force' and 'domination' law enforcement officials used against protesters in Washington, DC, and Minneapolis

1 month ago   |   By Business Insider

President Donald Trump said Tuesday that Washington, DC, "had no problems last night" after the city's curfew went into effect, and congratulated himself for law enforcement cracking down on protesters demonstrating against racism.
"Many arrests," Trump tweeted. "Great job done by all. Overwhelming force. Domination. Likewise, Minneapolis was great ."
The president's tweet comes after riot police and National Guard troops fired tear gas and flash grenades at peaceful protesters near the White House to clear the way for a Trump photo op.
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