Trump to unveil police reform order saying there IS 'systemic racism'

BREAKING NEWS: Donald Trump will unveil police reform plan on Tuesday that WILL say there is ‘systemic racism’ and will meet black families who have suffered at hands of cops

  • Donald Trump said Monday that he will unveil a police reform executive order during a Rose Garden event on Tuesday 
  • Reports reveal that the order will admit there is ‘systemic racism’ in policing
  • Trump told reporters at the White House that the plan would provide ‘solutions’
  • Comes three weeks after three weeks of nationwide protests and riots over the death of George Floyd and rising tensions between black people and cops 

Donald Trump said Monday that he will present ‘solutions’ in a police reform executive order he will unveil on Tuesday, as reports reveal it will include admitting there is systemic racism rooted in law enforcement.

Trump told reporters during a roundtable on ‘Fighting for America’s Seniors’ that he would ‘save’ revealing all the details of the executive order for a Rose Garden event on Tuesday where he will be joined by Attorney General Bill Barr.

‘We’re going to have some solutions,’ he said, admitting: ‘We need some great people in our police department.’

He didn’t seem too optimistic about Congress passing anything on the matter, despite Democrats presenting a sweeping police reform bill last week.

Donald Trump said Monday that he will unveil a police reform executive order during a Rose Garden event on Tuesday as reports reveal it will admit there is ‘systemic racism’ in policing

Civil Rights lawyer S. Lee Merritt said that the president’s order will ‘acknowledge systemic racism in policing.’

Trump, Merrit and White House adviser Ja’Ron Smith told NBC News, will separately and privately meet on Tuesday with black families who have been affected by police violence.

‘The overall goal is we want law and order,’ Trump told reporters at the White House Monday as he continues to dub himself the ‘law and order president.’

‘It’s about justice also,’ he continued. ‘It’s about safety.’

The executive order will come more than three days weeks after George Floyd died in Minneapolis while in police custody after a white cop, Derek Chauvin, held his knee on the back of the victim’s neck for more than eight minutes.

The incident, which went viral thanks to a bystander taking video, sparked nationwide unrest and led to weeks or rioting, looting, arson, protests and other demonstrations regarding race and black communities’ relationship with law enforcement.

It has also ignited a movement by far-left factions of the party calling for the defunding and dismemberment of police departments across the U.S.

Trump has tweeted several times about the unrest, but his only public remarks on the incident came on June 1, when he spoke to reporters in the Rose Garden before walking across Pennsylvania Avenue for a photo-op in front of a church that was set on fire in riots. 

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