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'A wake-up call for the nation': Joe Biden addresses the killing of George Floyd - video

1 month ago   |   By The Guardian

Joe Biden has addressed the killing of George Floyd and the protests that his death has sparked. During a speech in Philadelphia, the Democratic presidential candidate said Floyd's last words, 'I can't breathe', were a 'wake-up call for our nation'. Biden also sought to draw a clear distinction between himself and Donald Trump, saying the US president was 'part of the problem' George Floyd protests: violence escalates overnight after Trump's threat to deploy army - live
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Biden slams Trump for tear-gassing peaceful protesters

Biden slams Trump for tear-gassing peaceful protesters

1 month ago   |   By Daily Mail

Joe Biden slammed President Trump for his racist rhetoric, narcissism and Monday night stunt that left protesters teargassed in front of the White House.
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From The Weeknd to Harry Styles, all the celebrities donating to Black Lives Matter organisations

From The Weeknd to Harry Styles, all the celebrities donating to Black Lives Matter organisations

1 month ago   |   By Metro

Celebrities are putting their money where their mouths are
In the wake of the death of George Floyd, protests have broken out across the United States and worldwide, calling for justice.
This has led to widespread arrests, including in Minnesota, where Floyd, a black man, died aged 46 after a white police officer knelt on his neck during an arrest.
To help arrested protestors in making bail and assist Black Lives Matter organisations, some celebrities have not only been signing petitions and tweeting their support, but putting their money where their mouths are and donating to funds in...
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Joe Biden calls Black Lives Matter protests a 'wake up call for our nation' and slams Trump for tear gassing peaceful demonstrators

Joe Biden calls Black Lives Matter protests a 'wake up call for our nation' and slams Trump for tear gassing peaceful demonstrators

1 month ago   |   By Business Insider

On Tuesday, Joe Biden addressed the national protests against police brutality and racism provoked by George Floyd's death at the hands of police.
The former vice president attempted to draw a stark contrast between his response to the demonstrations and the president's handling of the national unrest.
"I won't traffic in fear and division. I won't fan the flames of hate," Biden said. "I will seek to heal the racial wounds that have long plagued this country - not use them for political gain."
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