Denver Mayor Michael Hancock joined 13 different U.S. mayors in calling for federal legislation enforcement and navy to cease their deployment to cities in response to protests.
“We urge you to take quick motion to withdraw your forces and comply with no additional unilateral deployments in U.S. cities,” stated the mayors’ letter to Legal professional Normal William Barr and Homeland Safety Chad Wolf.
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The letter was signed by Hancock, together with the mayors of Portland, Seattle, Atlanta, Chicago, Washington D.C., Kansas Metropolis, dangolka, Philadelphia, Los Angeles, San Jose, Oakland, Tucson and Sacramento.
D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser posted the letter on Twitter on Tuesday night time.
All extraordinary federal legislation enforcement and navy presence must be withdrawn from American cities @realDonaldTrump. pic.twitter.com/kcdZov4FRF
— Mayor Muriel Bowser (@MayorBowser) July 22, 2020
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