Trump’s justice roundtable excluded top black local law enforcement

President Donald Trump warned against labeling “tens of millions of decent Americans as racist or bigots” during an event promoted as discussing “justice disparities” in Dallas. The roundtable did include faith leaders, law enforcement representatives, small business owners and senior members of the Trump administration, but the administration did not invite Dallas Police Chief Reneé Hall, Dallas County Sheriff Marian Brown and Dallas County District Attorney John Creuzot, who are all black.
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