The American government will relocate "hundreds" of security forces of the Federal government in the city of Chicago. Thus, a wave of violence should be met with in the metropolis, said President Donald Trump on Wednesday in the White house. There had been a "shocking Explosion of killings" and crimes of violence with use of firearms, said Trump. "This blood must have been shed at the end."
Chicago mayor Lori Lightfoot, had spoken out previously against a deployment of para-military security forces of the Covenant of grace. "I'm going to allow Donald trump's troops, under any circumstances, to come to Chicago to terrorize our citizens," wrote the Democrat on Tuesday on Twitter.
In a politically unusual move, the government had already sent against the declared will of the city's security forces to Portland in the West coast state of Oregon. Chicago is expected to initially have also have no legal hand against the deployment of the powers of the Federal government. In Oregon lawsuits against the brutal actions of the Federal troops, however, are already pending, including the Minister of justice of the Federal state.
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The Republicans Trump, trying in November to a second term in office, advertises in the election campaign with the use for security, law and order. He accuses the Democrats, large cities, protesters "anarchists" and to leave the perpetrators of violence.Updated Date: 22 July 2020, 18:19