The top US military official, General Mark Milley, offers an apology for taking part in Donald Trump's 'Bible stunt' in Washington DC.General Mark Milley apologizes for taking part in Trump’s Bible photo op outside the White House: “I should not have been there...It was a mistake.” pic.twitter.com/h8PIunEOCP— Keith Boykin (@keithboykin) June 11, 2020
Trump's Recipe For Uniting America (09/06/20)
KAL's latest cartoon for The Economist hits the nail on the head with its portrayal of Donald Trump.
The cartoon accompanies a piece by Andrew Johnson which has the strap line: 'Far worse than Nixon'.
Leadership and Peaceful Protests (02/06/20)
Peaceful protesters were forced out of Lafayette Park in Washington DC yesterday evening just so Donald Trump could have his photo taken at a local church.
Trump laughingly describes himself as a 'friend' of peaceful protesters, but these American citizens were on the receiving end of aggressive policing, pepper spray, tear gas and blunt force bullets - all for the sake of a politically motivated photo-opportunity with a Bible.
Violence always leads to more violence, but the police have a special duty to lead by example.
Yet that kind of selfless leadership was missing again last night in Washington DC and in the events which led to the unlawful killing of George Floyd in Minneapolis on May 25 2020.