TRUMP BELIEVES VIOLENCE WILL CONTINUE
Abraham Lincoln once claimed that a house divided against itself cannot stand. Donald Trump appears to share that sentiment. In the wake of violence in Dallas, Louisiana, and Minnesota, Trump made a statement to the Associated Press that 11 cities appear to be in “big, big trouble”. The fight against police brutality has expanded beyond the scope of the United States, with protests taking place all around the world. The presumptive GOP nominee contradicted the message the President Obama had for the nation last week, saying that the country is divided sharply. In a speech discussing VA reforms, Trump disparaged the attitude towards officers, expressing sorrow that they have to face the same treatment that veterans of the Vietnam War experienced.