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President Trump claims he did not know the racist origin of the phrase "when the looting starts the shooting starts," which he tweeted in response to the ongoing protests in Minneapolis over George Floyd's death. CNN's Jim Acosta reports.

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President Trump tweeted about nationwide protests over George Floyd's death, saying "when the looting starts the shooting starts." Trump and the White House have since said that the tweet was not intended as a threat. CNN's Abby Phillip reports on the racist history tied to the phrase.

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At what reporters were initially told would be a news conference, President Trump avoided taking questions or mentioning the massive protests that are taking place across the country in response to the police killing of George Floyd in Minneapolis, Minnesota. CNN's Jim Acosta has more.

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There are no universal rules for when police should use deadly force, which makes it difficult to know when a police shooting is justified. CNN Legal Analyst Joey Jackson explains.