19 June 2024
Mr. Trump will sign an executive order on police reform amid `hot water` 0

Mr. Trump will sign an executive order on police reform amid `hot water` 0

(Dan Tri) - President Donald Trump is preparing to sign an executive order related to reforming the police force after the recent deaths of two black people in the US.

(Dan Tri) – President Donald Trump is preparing to sign an executive order related to reforming the police force after the recent deaths of two black people in the US.

President Donald Trump (Photo: Getty)

Speaking to reporters at a meeting at the White House on the afternoon of June 15, President Trump announced that he would sign an executive order on police force reform today.

“Basically, we will address the things that we have been seeing over the past month, and we will have some solutions, some good solutions,” Mr. Trump said, but did not reveal anything.

“The overall goal is we want law and order and we want it to be enforced in a fair, equitable manner.

President Trump’s legal move is being made amid a wave of protests that have broken out across the United States in recent weeks to protest racism and police violence, related to the death of

George Floyd, 46 years old, died in Minneapolis in May after his head was continuously held down by police for nearly 9 minutes, despite repeatedly calling out `can’t breathe`.

When asked about Brooks’ death, President Trump called it a `sad` incident.

“I think it’s a terrible situation.

Although the US leader did not disclose details of the executive order, senior officials in the Trump administration said the order will call on local police forces to take the most appropriate actions when needed.

“The goal of the ordinance is to bring the police closer to the community.

Regarding the case of Rayshard Brooks, Ms. Lance Bottoms, Mayor of Atlanta, yesterday announced that she would sign a series of administrative orders to reform the use of force in the Atlanta police department.

In addition to President Trump’s executive order, lawmakers in both US parties are also considering their own bills to reform the police force.

Members of the Minneapolis City Council on June 7 pledged to disband the local police department and establish a new public security system here.

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