President Trump says he will sign an executive order on police reforms today. In a White House photo-op, Trump noted that law enforcement representatives will be on hand. And while he didn’t elaborate, he did say he’ll be offering solutions in a comprehensive order that is about justice and safety.
Trump was pressed about the deadly weekend police shooting of a black man in Atlanta, which he called it a "terrible situation" and "very disturbing." “We're going to be talking about things we've been watching and seeing for the last month,” Trump offered. “And we're going to have some solutions — I think some good solutions."
One thing everyone’s sure won’t be included? Ending what’s called “qualified immunity” – something Trump has called “a non-starter.”
Source: White House