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REPORT: President Trump Has Spoken to the Family of George Floyd


President Donald Trump has reportedly spoken to the family of George Floyd, the man who was murdered by a cop in Minneapolis, Minnesota earlier this week.

During a roundtable event at the White House, the President said, “Our nation’s deepest condolences and heartfelt sympathies to the family of George Floyd. It’s a terrible thing. We all saw what we saw … and it’s very hard to conceive of anything other than what we did see.”


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On Friday, the officer responsible for George Floyd's death, Derek Chauvin was arrested. He faces 3rd degree murder as well as manslaughter.

46-year old Floyd was killed on Monday after police officer Derek Chauvin was filmed kneeling on his neck, cutting off his air and blood circulation to the brain.

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The announcement came from Hennepin County Attorney Mike Freeman: “We have now been able to put together the evidence that we need. Even as late as yesterday afternoon, we did not have all that we needed,” Freeman said.

“This is by far the fastest that we’ve ever charged a police officer,” Freeman added.

Check out what CBS Minnesota reported:

Chauvin is the former officer in the video seen around the world with his knee on Floyd’s neck. He’d been with Minneapolis police for 19 years.

It was not immediately clear what the expected charges Chauvin could face are. Answers will likely be provided by Hennepin County Attorney Mike Freeman, as he has scheduled a press conference at 1 p.m. concerning a “major development” in the case.

On Monday at 8 p.m., Minneapolis police said officers were called to the intersection of Chicago Avenue and East 38th Street on a report of someone trying to use a forged document at Cup Foods.

Police initially said Floyd was resisting arrest and had a medical incident. However, video obtained by CBS News shows Floyd cooperating with officers, at least in the initial moments of the encounter.

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A bystander’s video showed Floyd pleading that he could not breathe as a white officer — identified as Chauvin — knelt on his neck and kept his knee there for several minutes after Floyd stopped moving and became unresponsive.

The other officers involved were identified as Tou Thao, Thomas Lane and J Alexander Kueng, both with the department for fewer than three years. All four officers were fired a day after Floyd’s death. As of yet, none of those three have been reported as having been taken into custody.

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