NPR Poll: Two-Thirds Think Trump Made Racial Tensions Worse After Floyd Was Killed : The NPR Politics Podcast As the country erupts in protests over police brutality and racism, two-thirds of Americans think President Trump has increased racial tensions. That poll comes as news that 2.5 million American jobs were added in May as Trump encourages the country to reopen.

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NPR Poll: Two-Thirds Think Trump Made Racial Tensions Worse After Floyd Was Killed

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NPR Poll: Two-Thirds Think Trump Made Racial Tensions Worse After Floyd Was Killed

NPR Poll: Two-Thirds Think Trump Made Racial Tensions Worse After Floyd Was Killed

NPR Poll: Two-Thirds Think Trump Made Racial Tensions Worse After Floyd Was Killed

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As the country erupts in protests over police brutality and racism, two-thirds of Americans think President Trump has increased racial tensions. That poll comes as news that 2.5 million American jobs were added in May as Trump encourages the country to reopen.

Plus, a look at the type of leadership Americans want in this moment.

This episode: campaign correspondent Scott Detrow, campaign correspondent Asma Khalid, White House reporter Ayesha Rascoe, and editor & correspondent Ron Elving.

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Subscribe to the NPR Politics Podcast here.
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