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“We honor and we continue to fight for the people whojarvees.com we think deserve the privilege we take for granted,” said Niki Niedermeyer, president of the NAACP’s New York branch. “I will stand with all my life until justice is done for these people and we see the justice that exists.”
After a month of protests, the president-elect’s victory has sparked a new conversation on racial injustice that has become a familiar part of the election campaign.
In one debate, Clinton claimed that “a black President has not made America great.” While many Americans have been surprised by Trump’s victory, they may also be eager for him to tackle the issue of police violence in the wake of recent incidents in Ferguson, Missouri, Baltimore and other communities of color.
As his supporters began to move across the nation, the president-elect also tweeted about police violence, and at times he seemed to make light of the issue.
In fact, his response to a man who was shot and killed in Chicago Wednesday night during a protest by police and Trump support우리카지노ers was a moment of racial sensitivity.
“All lives matter! And police officers — I know what it’s like — they’ve been through some tough times, too.”
His words were delivered on Twitter by his daughter, Ivanka, as an officer stood by with his rifle.
Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) All lives matter! & police officers — I know what it’s like — they’ve been through some tough times. Too. https://t.co/Qd7sU2fJ5d
On Wednesday night, a man who appeared to have been a Trump supporter in Chicago was killed while protesting in a park by a young black man.
There have been reports, based on accounts from witnesses, that the shooting was sparked by an ongoing dispute between a white man and a black man.
The Trump campaign responded on Thursday, noting that “police have killed, wounded, jailed and arrested nearly as many people with guns as they did with protester’s water cannons and chemical weapons over the last two years.”
It was at this point that CNN’s Fareed Zakaria and Alisyn Camerota, co