President Donald Trump ended a press event at the White House without addressing the unrest happening in Minneapolis or taking reporter questions.
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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.
George Floyd was pronounced dead after Minneapolis police officers restrained him while he repeated, "I can't breathe!"
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