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Donald Trump calls anti-racism protests 'domestic terror' in defiant visit to Kenosha

SBS Tuesday, 1 September 2020
President Donald Trump defied requests to stay away from Kenosha, offering support for law enforcement in a city upended by civil unrest after a white police officer shot a black man in the back.
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