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    Donald Trump Blasts ‘Weak as Hell’ Biden for ‘Anti-Police Crusade’, Surrender to ‘Flag Burners’


    Ahead of their first debate set for 29 September, Donald Trump and Joe Biden have weighed in on the civil unrest in Kentucky over a decision by state Attorney General suggesting that the use of by two police officers in Breonna Taylor's death in March was justified under state law.

    US President Donald Trump slammed his Democratic rival in the upcoming November US presidential elections for going on an ‘anti-police crusade', as he addressed supporters at a campaign rally in Jacksonville, Florida on 24 September.

    ​Trump described Joe Biden as being “weak as hell,” claiming he had surrendered his party to “flag burners, rioters and anti-police radicals.”

    While underscoring a pledge to support law and order, Trump derided Biden, who he claimed had “even described law enforcement as the enemy”.

    The president's comments referenced statements by Biden during an interview on 8 July, where the former vice president spoke out against “surplus equipment for law enforcement”.

    Donald Trump's statements at the Florida rally came in the wake of a spike in violence in Kentucky.
    Two police officers in Louisville were shot during protests sparked by a ruling by the grand jury suggesting that the use of force by two police officers in the death of 26-year-old Black woman Breonna Taylor in March was justified under state law.

    ​Trump hailed the actions of the state's Democratic Governor Andy Beshear for calling in the national guard, while accusing…

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