Thursday, May 21st, 2020 6:30pm

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David Neill from the U.S. Attorney’s Office


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George Floyd's brother is telling protesters the Minneapolis man would not have wanted violence in honor of his death. Terrence Floyd says his family is peaceful, his brother loved Minneapolis and destruction of the community is the last thing he would have wanted. Terrence says law enforcement reform has not come because after every wrongful death of an African American person, riots ensue.        Minnesota's Public Safety Commissioner says it doesn't appear that a driver intentionally plowed into a group of protestors. At a briefing, John Harrington said the driver who was on Interstate 35W yesterday was speeding. Harrington added that the driver panicked when he saw protestors on the freeway.        Breonna Taylor's mother is asking protesters to be peaceful. During a press conference with Governor Andy Beshear today, Tamika Palmer said you cannot fight police brutality with more violence. Taylor was killed in March when officers served a "no-knock" warrant.       White House Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany [[ MACH-en-ay-nee ]] says President Trump is demanding action to stop violent protests around the U.S. She told reporters that governors must do more to quell violence. McEnany said "lawless anarchy and chaos" must not be allowed to continue.        Former Vice President Joe Biden is now ten points ahead of President Trump in a new survey. According to an ABC News/Washington Post poll, 53-percent of those polled said they would vote for Biden and only 43-percent said they would vote for Trump. The survey also showed a decrease in the President's approval rating, which was down eight points.       Hurricane season officially begins today and it's expected to be a busy one. The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration expects as many as 19 named storms, including up to ten hurricanes. If that happens, this will be the fifth straight year of above-average storm activity.