Trump supports “overall” banning blockages, but says they are sometimes necessary

US President Donald Trump holds a meeting at the White House in Washington on June 10.
US President Donald Trump is holding a meeting at the White House in Washington on June 10. Doug Mills / Pool / Getty Images

President Trump said “in general” forbidding police officers from preventing suffocation, but may be necessary in some cases.

“I don’t like complaints,” said the President in an interview with Fox News, published on Friday. “I’ll say this, as someone – you grow up and wrestle and fight or see what happens, sometimes it’s hard if you’re alone and fighting with someone. And you put someone in the choke, what are you going to do? And this is a really bad person and you know it and they exist. So, there are really bad people. “

“There is someone in a blockage, what are you going to do?” Trump continued. “Let’s go and say,“ Let’s start over, aren’t you allowed to have a drowning? “This is a difficult situation.”

“I think the concept of coins sounds innocent and perfect. Two to one is a slightly different story depending on. ” “Generally speaking, I think it will be a very good thing, it must be ended.”

The regulations, however, may be local only for police officers who have made knuckles, but the federal government said, “It can definitely give advice and make very strong recommendations.”

Democrats and Republicans at the Congress are working on legislative proposals to prevent police brutality and abuse. Best Republican in the US House of Representatives said Thursday it would support a ban on chokehold, which is currently a proposal included in the bill of parliament Democrats.

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