President Donald Trump said on Wednesday that the nation needs "law and order" and defended his walk to a Washington, DC church after protesters were dispersed from the area. (June 4)
AP Washington Bureau Chief Julie Pace says President Donald Trump is likely to step up his law and order approach, rather than try to soothe the nation amid a week of protests over the death of George Floyd while in police custody. (June 1) Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany slammed Democratic-run cities and politicians who she says won't stand up for law and order. President Trump spoke from the White House Rose Garden Monday evening after days of sometimes violent protests following the death of George Floyd. He said he supports peaceful protests but would mobilize federal resources, even the military if necessary, to stop "rioting and looting." Watch his remarks. President Trump announced he will sign an executive order on police reform amid increased pressure following the death of George Floyd.