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Audio leaked of Trump getting humiliated by a governor on a call with ALL 50 GOVERNORS


Audio leaked of Trump getting humiliated by a governor on a call with ALL 50 GOVERNORS


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Trump tells governors to 'dominate' protesters

President Donald Trump, agitated and distressed after three nights of violent protests in dozens of cities across the country, including outside of his home, told the nation's governors in a video teleconference Monday to aggressively target violent protesters he said would only respond to a show of force.

You have to dominate or you'll look like a bunch of jerks, you have to arrest and try people, the President told the governors in a call from the basement White House Situation Room, according to an audio recording of the call obtained by CNN.

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Trump Called on Governors to ‘Dominate’ Protesters | NowThis

‘The whole world was laughing’ — Listen to this leaked audio of Trump mocking George Floyd protesters and encouraging governors to ‘dominate.’
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Pres. Donald Trump tells governors they must dominate protests over George Floyd | ABC News

If you don't dominate you're wasting your time.

In a call with the nation's governors, Pres. Donald Trump told state leaders they must dominate protests taking place over the death of George Floyd, calling on law enforcement to get much tougher.

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WATCH LIVE: White House holds briefing after President Trump speaks with governors

The White House is holding a briefing after President Trump speaks with governors about recent George Floyd protests.

President Donald Trump on Monday derided many governors as “weak” and demanded tougher crackdowns on burning and stealing among some demonstrations in the aftermath of another night of violent protests in dozens of American cities.


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Gov. Gina Raimondo addresses the phone call with other governors and President Trump.

Trump calls on governors to 'dominate the streets' | AFP

US President Donald Trump says he has strongly recommended to state governors to deploy the National Guard to dominate the streets...until the violence has been quelled.

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Listen: Leaked audio of Donald Trump comparing whistleblower sources to spies

In audio obtained by the Los Angeles Times, President Donald Trump says that whoever provided the whistleblower with information about his call with the Ukrainian President is close to a spy, adding that in the old days spies were dealt with differently.

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Gov. Charlie Baker Blasts President Trump's Comments About George Floyd Protests

Gov. Baker said the president's words are not what's needed now in Massachusetts.

WH: Trump to 'dominate' streets with Nat'l Guard

White House Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany says violence, looting and lawlessness won't be tolerated in U.S. cities and President Donald Trump wants to dominate the streets with the National Guard to stop violent and destructive protests. (June 1)

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Pritzker on tense phone call with President Trump

Pritzker on tense phone call with President Trump

President Trump calls out governors during morning phone call

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President Trump threatens to deploy US military to stop violent protests

President Donald Trump has threatened to deploy the United States military to American cities to quell a rise of violent protests.

While he addressed the nation in the White House's idyllic Rose Garden, a series of military police and law enforcement clashed with protesters at Lafayette Park.

Mr Trump said he would mobilise thousands and thousands of soldiers to keep the peace if governors did not use the National Guard to shut down the protests. Loud tear gas explosions could be heard as authorities moved what appeared to be peaceful protests in the park.

It comes after an official post-mortem has found that George Floyd, whose death at the hands of Minneapolis police triggered protests across the US, was killed by homicide.

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Illinois Governor: Trump Can't Send In Troops Without Being Called On | Morning Joe | MSNBC

Gov. JB Pritzker, D-Ill., discusses the president's Monday call with U.S. governors and why he says Trump doesn't have the ability to send troops into his state to end protest violence. Aired on 06/02/2020.
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Trump Vows 'Justice Will Be Served' in Death of George Floyd

President Donald Trump promised to deploy large numbers of troops across the nation if cities and states don’t act to contain violence from protests over police brutality.

“I am dispatching thousands and thousands of heavily armed soldiers,” Trump said Monday at the White House.

Trump has seized on protests against police brutality toward people of color to portray himself as an icon of law and order, eschewing the soothing role past presidents have adopted in similar moments as he seeks to turn the election-year conversation from his widely panned handling of the coronavirus outbreak.

On a Monday call with governors and law enforcement officials, Trump delivered his most strident message yet as cities across the country impose curfews and governors deploy the National Guard to try to head off another destructive evening. Many other peaceful protests also are underway mourning the death of a black man, George Floyd, at the hands of police in Minneapolis and demanding an end of police violence directed at blacks and other minorities.

“You have to dominate,” Trump told governors and law enforcement. “If you don’t dominate, you’re wasting your time. They’re going to run over you, you’re going to look like a bunch of jerks.”

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Governor Whitmer Details Phone Call with Other Governors and the President

Governor Gretchen Whitmer explained what was said on her morning phone call with Governors of other states and expresses concerns with some of the remarks made on the call with President Trump at her Monday, June 1st press conference.

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OTR: Was Gov. Baker's choice to blast President Trump a surprise?

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Leaked Remarks: Donald Trump Addresses Governors on Coronavirus Call - Via NYT - March 16, 2020

Donald Trump holds a video teleconference with governors on the coronavirus pandemic on March 16, 2020. The call was not public, but The New York Times was able to obtain almost five minutes of the call. It is unclear how much of the call was not captured. Other than a jump at 81 seconds, the segnemt is unedited and in context. Audio courtesy The New York Times. Uploaded to YouTube for archival purposes by (

What In The H*ll?!? Trump Says He's Done More For Black Community Than Any President Since Lincoln

You know what time it is ... Roll it!

Donald Trump made the unsubstantiated claimed he and his administration have done more for African Americans than any president since Abraham Lincoln.

Really?!? So by doing more for Black America, has he taken note of the rolling back of civil rights protections, the defense of the very fine people on both sides in Charlottesville, calling African countries sh*thole nations trying to undo the Affordable Care Act, threatening to use military force to quell George Floyd/anti-police brutality protests, promoting unsafe coronavirus reopening, promoting the use of an unproven drug to fight COVID-19, and not to mention the countless policies his admin continues to rollout that adversely impact communities of color ...

Do we need to go on?

Trump has certainly done a lot, but not necessarily for the betterment of the African American community.

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Pres. Donald Trump: If states don't take action, I'll deploy military and quickly solve the problem

President Trump delivers remarks on the federal response to the recent protests over the killing of George Floyd in Minneapolis.

As the nation prepared for another night of violent protests sparked by the police killing of George Floyd, President Donald Trump threatened to deploy the military if states and cities failed to quell the demonstrations.

“I am mobilizing all federal and local resources, civilian and military, to protect the rights of law abiding Americans,” Trump said during a hastily arranged address at the White House.

“Today I have strongly recommended to every governor to deploy the National Guard in sufficient numbers that we dominate the streets. Mayors and governors must establish an overwhelming presence until the violence is quelled,” Trump said.

“If a city or state refuses to take the actions necessary to defend the life and property of their residents, then I will deploy the United States military and quickly solve the problem for them,” said the president.

Trump stopped short of invoking the Insurrection Act, an archaic law from 1807 that would allow Trump to deploy active-duty U.S. troops to respond to protests in cities across the country. “At this time, the president has not enacted the Insurrection Act,” a senior Defense Department official told CNBC. “I refer you to the White House for more.”

During his address, Trump said he was taking “swift and decisive action to protect our great capital, Washington DC,” adding, “What happened in this city last night was a total disgrace.”

“As we speak, I am dispatching thousands and thousands of heavily armed soldiers, military personnel and law enforcement officers to stop the rioting, looting, vandalism, assaults and the wanton destruction of property.”

As the president spoke, riot police and military police outside the White House were using tear gas to clear protesters out of Lafayette Square, a public square in front of the president’s residence.

Following his remarks, Trump left the White House and walked through the square, and it appeared strongly as though the riot police had forcibly cleared the square for the sole purpose of clearing a path for the president.

Once he reached the far side of the square, Trump raised a bible in front of St. John’s Church, which had been set on fire by protesters the night before. The president did not try to talk to any of the protesters, however, leaving little doubt as to where his sympathies lay.

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