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President Joe Biden Calls Chauvin Guilty Verdict 'A Step Forward'

19 days ago   |   By The Huffington Post

The former police officer was convicted of three charges in the killing of George Floyd last year in Minneapolis.
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Biden Calls Chauvin Verdict a ‘Much Too Rare' Moment of Justice

Biden Calls Chauvin Verdict a ‘Much Too Rare' Moment of Justice

19 days ago   |   By NY Times

President Biden has been outspoken about George Floyd's death, and on Tuesday he called it “murder in full light of day.”
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Biden, Harris Call On Congress To Pass Police Reform Following Chauvin Guilty Verdict

19 days ago   |   By Forbes

The White House asked the Senate to pass the George Floyd Justice In Policing Act.
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'A moment of significant change': Biden urges more action after Chauvin guilty verdict

'A moment of significant change': Biden urges more action after Chauvin guilty verdict

19 days ago   |   By Politico

President Joe Biden on Tuesday called for more action to address racial discrimination in policing and the criminal justice system, in response to the guilty verdict of the former police officer who killed George Floyd in Minneapolis last May.
“Nothing can ever bring their brother, their father back,” Biden said of the Floyd family. “But this can be a giant step forward in the march toward justice in America.”
His remarks were in response to the guilty verdict delivered by the jury late Tuesday afternoon in the trial of Derek Chauvin, the former Minneapolis police officer who killed Floyd...
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‘We're all so relieved': Biden & Harris hail Chauvin guilty verdict in call to George Floyd's family

‘We're all so relieved': Biden & Harris hail Chauvin guilty verdict in call to George Floyd's family

20 days ago   |   By RT

President Joe Biden and VP Kamala Harris have applauded the jury's decision in the Derek Chauvin trial, telling the family of George Floyd in a call that it has brought “some justice” and vowing to do “a lot more.”
On Tuesday afternoon, right after the Minneapolis jury found Chauvin guilty of killing the African-American man during an attempt to take him into custody last May, Biden and Harris called the Floyd family to express his support.
President Biden and Vice President Harris called George Floyd's family right after the verdict was announced.
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President Biden calls George Floyd family after Chauvin guilty verdict

20 days ago   |   By NBC News

President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris spoke with the family of George Floyd after Derek Chauvin was found guilty, with Biden saying "we're all so relieved."
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