Trump urges governors to 'Take over the street", arrest protesters after another night of unrest

During the late-morning conference call, Trump repeatedly urged governors from across the country to “dominate” the protesters, arrest them and put them behind bars for a long time, according to an official familiar with the president’s remarks who spoke on the condition of anonymity to disclose his private comments.
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After pockets of the United States descended into chaos and another day of mass demonstrations over the death of yet another black man in police custody led to another night of fire and fury, President Trump urged governors to use force to take back the streets.
During a conference call Monday with state leaders, Trump repeatedly urged them to “dominate” protesters, arrest them and prosecute them, according to an official familiar with the president’s remarks. Trump’s comments came after another turbulent night across America, as protests that began peacefully exploded into mayhem as windows were smashed, stores were looted, buildings were vandalized and police vehicles were torched.
The unrest spread from Chicago to Sioux Falls, S.D., and protesters clashed with police outside the White House for a third consecutive night. More than half of the nation’s governors have already called in the National Guard to help quell the unrest, and at least 45 million Americans were under a curfew Sunday night.
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