Minneapolis outrage fuels Trump vs Twitter row

The outrage has even turned to rioting. Yet another police killing of an unarmed African-American has even spilled over into the budding #TrumpVsTwitter row.

On #Minneapolis and outrage in the era of social media, strong views from The Daily Beast’s Christopher Dickey, Judah Grunstein of World Politics Review, Agnès Poirier, and photojournalist Laurel Chor.

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