Trump sent additional forces to crime-ridden cities

President of the United States Donald Trump announced an additional dispatch of Federal forces to Chicago and other cities in the country, where a tough criminal situation has recently developed.

“In recent weeks, a radical left-wing movement has begun to stop funding and disband police departments. Politicians of extreme views have joined this crusade against the police,” Trump said, speaking at the White House.

According to him, such actions have led to a sharp increase in homicides, gunshot wounds, and other violence.

“This bloodshed must end, and it will end. Today, I am announcing a sharp increase in the number of Federal law enforcement officers in our municipalities involved in violent crimes,” the President said, promising to bring those responsible for such crimes to justice.

“We have no choice but to intervene (in the situation),” Trump concluded.

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Author: Steve Cowan
Graduated From Princeton University. He has been at the Free Press since October 2014. Previously worked as a regional entertainment editor.
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