Portland Arrest Records Don't Bear Out Trump's Claims Of A City In Chaos : The NPR Politics Podcast Isolated bursts of violence between protesters have left at least three Americans dead. But demonstrations across the country remain primarily peaceful. And reporting in The Atlantic alleges that President Trump called military service members "losers" and repeatedly privately degraded troops.

Also: Facebook now acknowledges that it has a role to play in election security, but experts say that the moves it announced this week are insufficient given the scale of the problems — especially when it comes to disinformation originating from President Trump.

This episode: campaign correspondent Asma Khalid, White House correspondent Franco Ordoñez, justice correspondent Ryan Lucas, technology correspondent Shannon Bond, and voting reporter Miles Parks.

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Portland Arrest Records Don't Bear Out Trump's Claims Of A City In Chaos

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Portland Arrest Records Don't Bear Out Trump's Claims Of A City In Chaos

Portland Arrest Records Don't Bear Out Trump's Claims Of A City In Chaos

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Isolated bursts of violence between protesters have left at least three Americans dead. But demonstrations across the country remain primarily peaceful. And reporting in The Atlantic alleges that President Trump called military service members "losers" and repeatedly privately degraded troops.

Also: Facebook now acknowledges that it has a role to play in election security, but experts say that the moves it announced this week are insufficient given the scale of the problems — especially when it comes to disinformation originating from President Trump.

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Subscribe to the NPR Politics Podcast here.
Email the show at nprpolitics@npr.org.
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