CNN's SE Cupp and journalist Donté Stallworth discuss President Donald Trump's response to protesters across the US who have gathered in response to the death of unarmed black man George Floyd at the hands of a police officer in Minneapolis, Minnesota.

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Rev. Gini Gerbasi, the rector at St. John's Episcopal Church of Georgetown, said she was at the scene when police fired smoke canisters and pepper balls to disperse the crowds so that President Donald Trump could walk over to the church and take photos.

CNN's Don Lemon discusses the image of peaceful protesters just outside the White House gates dispersed with smoke canisters, flash bangs and rubber bullets, apparently so Trump could visit a nearby church.

Trump turned security forces on peaceful protesters in front of the White House as smoke canisters and rubber bullets flew before declaring himself the "law and order" President. He then stood in front of an iconic church holding a Bible in a striking photo op. CNN's Dana Bash reports.