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MADISON, Wis. — There are new signs among battleground state voters that President Trump’s unsteady leadership over the course of dual national crises has alienated supporters and energized adversaries. The Republican president has time to recover, but there is a growing consensus among the political class in both parties that, at least for now, Trump is losing. Just 21% of voters believe the United States is on the right track, according to a Monmouth University poll released this week. By Scott Bauer and Steve Peoples. SENT: 1,450 words, photos.
RAEFORD, N.C. — Hundreds of mourners are paying respects to George Floyd’s in his North Carolina hometown while the nation’s capital prepares for what is expected to be the city’s largest demonstration against police brutality yet. Military vehicles and officers in fatigues closed off much of downtown Washington to traffic ahead of the planned march. It was expected to attract up to 200,000 people outraged by Floyd’s death 12 days ago at the hands of police in Minneapolis. By Tom Foreman Jr., David Crary and John Leicester. SENT: 900 words, photos, video.
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MILWAUKEE — Milwaukee Police Chief Alfonso Morales says he’s tired of people using the George Floyd protest to cause destruction and emphasized that violence against his officers must stop. Morales on Friday repeated comments he’s made in recent days that his department is not getting enough credit for successful implementation of community policing, following an ACLU lawsuit that resulted in a collaborative plan to improve the department. SENT: 200 words.
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