Fox News contributor Trey Grady, after reprimanding Tony Evers of the Democratic Wisconsin government on Monday, urged President Trump to reconsider his plan to travel to Kenosha on Tuesday.
In an interview on “The Daily Briefing”, Godey said people of “good conscience” would respect Trump’s scheduled visit, during which he hopes to assess the damage caused by the riot, which led to the police shooting of Jacob Blake Took place after
Former chairman of the House Oversight Committee, Godi said, “80% of Americans don’t see this issue as black-and-white, Republican-Democrat. It’s an American issue.”
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The argument “can be distinguished among people of good conscience, who are not of good conscience,” Gowdy said, “and people of good conscience did not mind when President Obama came and helped us heal in Charleston [after the Emanuel AME Church shooting in 2015]. I don’t think President Trump would not mind if he tries to show respect for Jacob Blake and his family. This is what the president does. ”
During the weekend, Evers urged Trump to cancel his scheduled visit, stating that the president’s visit would “only be a hindrance to our treatment” and that “our work to overcome division and move forward together” Delay “.
White House press secretary Kayle McKenney defended the visit on Monday, saying “it shows the president to hurt communities”.
“He showed this weekend in Texas, he showed in Louisiana, he is showing tomorrow in Kenosha,” she said.
“People like it or not, Donald Trump is president, and … he went to Louisiana and Texas [after Hurricane Laura], “Gowdy agreed.” Do Democrats have problems after the storm? This is what the president does. ”
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President Trump “has not shot anyone, he has not shot nor shot anyone,” Gowdy argued.
“The reality is, they don’t want him to become president.”