The head of Wisconsin stressed that the President's presence in Kenosha will slow down the process of overcoming differences.
The Governor of the American state of Wisconsin, Tony Evers, sent an official letter to the head of the White House, Donald Trump, recommending that he not go to the city of Kenosha amid the protests and riots in it. This was announced on Monday, August 31, by the Axios portal.
вЂњAs far as I understand, you intend to visit Kenosha, and, according to reports from the White House, you are going to do so on Tuesday. Today I am writing to respectfully ask you to change your mind once,вЂќ the letter says.
According to the governor, the presence of the president in the city will slow down the process of overcoming differences between the authorities and the protesters.
вЂњI and the other community leaders we have contacted are concerned about what your visit will mean for Kenosha and our state,вЂќ Evers said, adding that it is also necessary to save resources that the community now needs for recovery.
We will remind, in Kenosha, mass protests have continued since August 23 вЂ” after the police several times shot in the back of African American Jacob Blake.
Earlier, Trump said that the only way to end the unrest in the cities of the country is to use force.