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Trump to visit Wisconsin, why could it shake the election

Source: bbc.com
[全球新闻]     02 Sep 2020
U.S. President Trump visited Kenosa, Wisconsin (Kenosha), where demonstration and violence conflict, against police killing African-American civilians, including deadly shoot and shoplifting, erupted.
Trump to visit Wisconsin, why could it shake the election

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U.S. President Trump visited Kenosa, Wisconsin (Kenosha), where demonstration and violence conflict, against police killing African-American civilians, including deadly shoot and shoplifting, erupted.

Despite public opposition to the president's visit, the mayor and the governor of wisconsin feared the trip would fuel the grim situation. Yet Trump went to Kinosha on Tuesday, condemning violence demonstration, reiterating his emphasis on quot;law and order & quot;. in his re-election campaign

Trump added that the Democratic mayor of Kenosha was a "fool" who criticized his support for "extreme government lessness ".

With the exception of Kenosha, the northwestern city of Portland recently erupted in violence conflict and deadly shoot. Trump called it "the violence civil unrest initiated by the left" and criticized democratic presidential candidate biden for not condemning the left.

"I think a lot of people are watching what's going on in a Democrat-run city and they' re disgusted ," Trump said as he boarded Air Force One for Wisconsin.

"They can't believe it's happening in our country, and I can't believe it. "

Mr. Biden delivered a speech on Monday, condemning protest recent campaign of violence from the left or right, and criticizing Trump for inciting violence disagreements.

Trump to visit Wisconsin, why could it shake the election

Building and property damage caused by violence riots in Kenosha


What happened in Kenosha?

On August 23, Jacob Blake, a black man, was severely injured in Kenosha after being shot several times by the police, triggering mass protests.

shoot happened, Blake was about to step into his car, and his three children were sitting in it.

Black's family said he had been diagnosed with paralysis below the waist, but doctors had not yet known if it was permanent.

Black's lawer said he had been trying to "defuse a family incident" while police officers raised their guns ".

One person named Rayson White (Raysean White) told CNN (CNN) that he had seen police officers scuffle, box and attack Black with stun gun, so he started shooting videos. Black was seen walking back and forth in front of a car, where two officers closest to him were white men.

As Blake opened the door and leaned in, a police officer pulled his clothes and heard seven shots shoot. the video, during which witnesses screamed and screamed.

He told the Associated Press that he heard police officers shout "Put the knife down" before the gunshot rang! "But he said he didn't see Blake with the knife.

Trump to visit Wisconsin, why could it shake the election

Jacob Black (Jacob Blake; left) was shot seven times from behind by police officers.

25 night, another local shoot incident caused two deaths and one injury. Media said the incident was caused by a group of demonstration and a number of with a gun guarding the gas station crowd. shoot is a 17-year-old.

Trump's earlier sympathetic speech sparked controversy.

During Trump visit to Kenosha, the National Guard was visited but did not meet with Black's family.


Wisconsin: U.S. Election Battlefield State

Trump president's visit to wisconsin is literally the latest epicenter of the race-awakening movement that spread across america this summer.

In Kenosha, he praised the law enforcement authorities for their excellent performance and was sent to the local National Guard "to put out the flames immediately ".

But Democrats say Trump is fanning the flames of social unrest. In his recent speeches, including when he accepted the presidential nomination at the Republican Party Congress, Trump emphasized the condemnation of violence in certain demonstrations and did not respond to the grief and indignation of anti-racism protesters.

Trump to visit Wisconsin, why could it shake the election

Trump inspection of Wisconsin violence riots

For Trump, the chinoza unrest is a thorny issue, but it is also a political opportunity during the white-hot election.

Wisconsin in the Midwest is a key swing state.

Trump highlight the thrust of the re-election campaign "law and order ," and show supporters a strong governance posture, as if replicating the 1968 Republican Richard Nixon victory strategy.

Hillary Clinton, a Democrat who led the polls in 2016, never ran for Wisconsin, which she thought was in the bag, and was defeated by Trump.

Biden now has a lead of about 5%, and his campaign has invested heavily in wisconsin to mend the democratic party's traditional "blue wall ".

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