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Trump will sign police reform as a response to black man's death

president of the UNITED states, Donald Trump, will sign a police reform on Tuesday in response to the black american George Floyd died in Minneapolis in police

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Trump will sign police reform as a response to black man's death

president of the UNITED states, Donald Trump, will sign a police reform on Tuesday in response to the black american George Floyd died in Minneapolis in police custody.

he says at a press conference Monday.

- The overall goal is that we want law and order, and we want it to be done fairly, says Trump on Monday.

He's not coming in on what a reform of the police will involve. He says that he will present it in the context of a press conference on Tuesday.

A spokesman for the president says the reform is to motivate the police to better training of cops.

It will also include the creation of a national database of officials who have received the alerts. It should prevent the impugned cops in to search jobs in other districts, the spokesman said.

Trump wants according to the spokesman, furthermore, that social workers should join the police in cases involving persons with mental illnesses, or homeless people.

The recent protests rocked throughout the UNITED states, where tens of thousands of people have demonstrated against racism in the u.s. police ranks.

the Protests have emerged in the aftermath of George Floyd's death during an arrest, where a white police officer in almost nine minutes, pressed his knees against the black man's neck.

Trump comments in addition, the police shot against another black american, Rayshard Brooks, of Atlanta. He was killed by two shots in the back, found a forensic report on Sunday.

Trump calls it 'a terrible situation' and 'very disturbing'.

the Policeman who shot and killed Rayshard Brooks, has been fired, while another policeman, who was involved, is suspended.

the Head of the police in Atlanta, Erika Shields, went on Saturday as a result of the incident.

the Incident sparked weekend demonstrations in Atlanta, the largest city in Georgia.

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