CAPITAL CHAOS: DC Mayor Says She Was ‘OUTRAGED’ When Law Enforcement ‘Moved Out’ Protesters

CAPITAL CHAOS: DC Mayor Says She Was ‘OUTRAGED’ When Law Enforcement ‘Moved Out’ Protesters

CAPITAL CHAOS: DC Mayor Says She Was ‘OUTRAGED’ When Law Enforcement ‘Moved Out’ Protesters

DC Mayor Muriel Bowser claimed she was “outraged” Tuesday after “federal law enforcement officials” cleared a local park of protesters to ensure the safety of the President of the United States.

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Paris cafes, restaurants partially reopen post-lockdown

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US rebukes China for border ‘aggression’ with India

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