US President Donald Trump To Sign Executive Order On Policing


US President Donald Trump confirmed he plans to sign his executive order on policing, saying the order would be “very comprehensive,” according to the White House pool report.

When asked about congressional efforts to address police reform, Trump said, “Maybe they can get something passed, maybe they can’t.“

House Democrats have said they have enough co-sponsors to get their police reform bill approved, but it’s unclear if it can pass the Senate or if Trump would sign it.

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According to reports, the executive order is expected to call for creating a national registry to track instances of excessive force among police officers, but the reforms outlined appeared to be very moderate compared to what many activists are calling for.


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