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Trump Fails To Answer If He Supports Cops Wearing Body Cams During Kenosha Event

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A day after defending an accused murderer, Donald Trump took a trip to where police shot a black man in the back seven times and left him paralyzed.

During a round table event in Kenosha, Wisconsin, Trump was asked if he was in favor of police officers being required to use body cameras.

The president had a hard time answering the question and appeared to be in favor of no body cams.

“Um, body cam,” the president said, searching for an answer. “Ah, whew. Well, that’s, uh, very interesting.”

At that point the commander-in-chief turned the question over to Attorney General Bill Barr, who offered a favorable opinion of the technology.

“It’s very tough,” Trump said, adding to Barr’s answer. “The whole thing, you read it and you read two sides of the story.”

Take a look at the video clip below:

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