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07/09/20: Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany Holds a Press Briefing

Jun 11, 2021
Hello everyone, there has been no greater advocate for rectifying racial and income disparities in the United States education system than President Trump. All children, regardless of race, income level or zip code, deserve an equal opportunity to achieve the American dream. Making that goal a reality begins in our schools the evidence is clear an analysis of 41 major urban areas found that black and Hispanic students made the greatest gains in education in terms of access to education due to school choice according to a study by creed, that's why President Trump has been clear and said in his state of the union for too long countless American children have been trapped in failing government schools to rescue these students 18 states have created school choice in the form of scholarships Opportunity programs are so popular that tens of thousands of students now remain on a waiting list.
07 09 20 press secretary kayleigh mcenany holds a press briefing
Wow, I'm calling on Congress to give a million American children the same opportunity. Pass the Educational Freedom Scholarships and Opportunities Act. He said no parent should be forced to send their children to a substandard public school. Well, now, if the Democrats have their way, the kids won't have it. access to schools at all and that is not acceptable to President Trump President Trump continues to fight for equal opportunity in our schools by boldly and firmly underscoring the absolute need for America's schools to reopen this fall the data is Sustained school closures clearly harm students who have fewer resources than the majority Mckinsey and his colleagues created these models.
07 09 20 press secretary kayleigh mcenany holds a press briefing

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I have some graphs for you to estimate the potential impact of school closures and they found this quote. The amount of learning students lose during school closures varies significantly depending on access to remote learning. The quality of remote instruction at home. support and the degree of engagement, as you can see in this graph, students experiencing average quality remote learning progress but at a slower pace, students receiving lower quality remote learning are stuck at current grade levels and students who do not receive instruction at home lose significantly. terrain with some students dropping out entirely, as can be seen in the three scenarios plotted in this graph, if students return to school in the fall, the disparities are much smaller than if they return in January of next year or in fall next year, where disparities in learning are huge, but school closures affect more than just learning, as the NAACP has noted for students of color at all levels across the country.
07 09 20 press secretary kayleigh mcenany holds a press briefing
Closing schools creates even more


ing problems than disrupting your education. Schools also serve as a community nexus for food and housing. Rest assured, President Trump knows more than anyone the importance of opening our schools, which is why he has been the most vocal advocate for reopening and the United States of America. president Trump make no mistake, he will continue to be the greatest fighter for equal opportunity in our schools and continued access to the American dream for all and with that I will answer questions chris thank you kaylee uh I'm just curious after today's supreme court rulings. how does president trump feel about the two justices neil appointed to the supreme court?
07 09 20 press secretary kayleigh mcenany holds a press briefing
Gorsuch and Brett Kavanaugh ruled against him today. Well, judges have the right to their opinion. This is an independent branch of government, but in terms of the decision that President Trump stressed to me, I was just in the Oval Office with him, which was Judge Kavanaugh who pointed out. in the new york state court case that there was unanimous agreement that this should be referred to d.c uh to the apology to the district court where the president can raise constitutional and legal arguments that it was a unanimous agreement there was also a note in Robert's case opinion that in the New York State case basically the grand jury said they were prohibited from going on arbitrary fishing expeditions and initiating investigations for malice or intent to harass us, so that language made it pretty clear that this was a victory for the president when you We were talking to the president in the Oval Office, did he have anything to say specifically about Judge Gorsuch or Kavanaugh?
We didn't talk specifically about the two judges, okay, and if I could, a question about the CDC guidelines from yesterday about reopening schools yesterday, uh, the vice president. The president came out and said that he said the CDC was going to release new guidelines next week in terms of reopening, but the head of the CDC was on another network this morning and said they were not going to change those guidelines. He would just be releasing some additional documents, so can you explain the discrepancy between those two? The CDC director noted that there would be additional guidance, the vice president noted that as well, but we are on the same page with Dr.
Redfield, who has said I don't want this guidance to be a reason for schools not to reopen, I mean, he said these were not meant to be recipes, they are guidelines, ultimately it's up to the state and local governments what their guidelines look like. There are 47 states that have issued their own guidelines so far. I would also like to point out that the cdc recognizes in their guidelines that many of these things they recommend are not feasible, which is why they use the words not possible 18 times and not feasible nine times we want our schools to reopen it is imperative for health and child welfare thank you kailey, yesterday you said you would ask the president if he supports the idea of ​​staggered school reopening schedules where children go to school on some days, not others, did you have a chance to talk to you?
I made an effort to talk to him about it today, but because of the supreme court ruling of the supreme court we are not there yet, but it is on my list of things to do. follow up with him and then follow up, so I'm sorry, those are two different things that the vice president and dr. redfield describe: one was to change the guidelines, the guideline that was actually published previously and what dr. Redfield discussed this morning was just adding supplemental guidance on which of those is actually happening and if the White House, in addition, also plans to release its own guidance, I think Dr.
Redfield was signaling that he doesn't plan to rescind the current guidance that exists, there will be supplemental guidance, but these are not requirements or prescriptive, was the way he characterized the initial guidance and said this guidance should not be used as a reason for schools and not to reopen, we all have the same goal here is to get schools back to open because the health of the child absolutely depends on it and it is imperative, as in the presentation that I showed, to rectify the disparities, that we open these schools, that's right, the White House is releasing this additional document, also, I have no announcements about that, none in the works, but it doesn't mean it won't happen yeah, okay, thanks Kaley.
I'll try to review this quickly. Are the president's taxes still under audit? and specifically for what years. The president's taxes are still under audit. I don't have years to Okay, let me ask you if I can. He could release the taxes from him at any time. This case went all the way to the Supreme Court. His own nominees ruled against him. Why shouldn't the American public right now believe that the president has something that he has? trying to hide uh first let me point out something the taxes are under audit he said he released them he would release them when they are no longer under audit uh the judges the judges did not rule against him in fact it was a unanimous opinion uh saying this needs to go back to the court of district and even recognize that the president has a wide arsenal of arguments he can present and, in fact, would show that Vance's majority laid out a road map for the president.
Vance's majority said that the president has the right to challenge the subpoena on any ground permitted by state law, whether bad faith or undue burden or breadth, they went on to say that the president can raise specific constitutional challenges to the subpoena and specifically mention a violation of the supremacy clause as something you can bring up, so they essentially laid out a road map, uh, their judges didn't rule again, so just to be clear, okay, I don't question anything you just said. To say, what I am asking is the president, whatever the court says, the president can release.
He taxes him whenever he wants, so why shouldn't Americans right now believe that the president isn't trying to hide something? The media has been asking this question for four years and for four years the president has said the same thing as his taxes. under audit um and when they are no longer under audit he will release them, but I would also like to point out the excruciating ruling for the House Democrats who were heavily criticized for their partisan games, they also subpoenaed the president, uh, information, financial information and justice Roberts said. Far from taking into account concerns about the separation of powers, the House approach compounds them by essentially leaving no limits on Congress's power to subpoena the president's personal records, so leave it to the House Democrats who brought carried out a partisan impeachment, a political witch hunt against this president and this was yet another part only to be rebuked by the supreme court tracking hospitalizations in the country have increased by 50 since mid-June how can the president say the country is in good shape right now?
So you would know with hospitalizations in many These hospitals, I spoke with Dr. Burks this morning, between 10 and 40 percent of hospitals reach high capacity or covid, so many hospitalizations are not related to covid. What I would also notice and I am very happy about the covid. Elective surgeries and other surgeries that have opened 10 to 40 percent with hospitals reaching capacity are related to greed, but I'm glad you asked about Kovid because I want to take a moment to highlight some of the things. What has the federal government done why are we in good shape right now with hospitalizations going up despite what you said about elective services, well one of the things I would highlight is the mortality rate that you've had if you look at it. in the weekend figures. with a 10x decline you could argue an even bigger decline when compared to some of our peak days, we are seeing the death rate in this country go down, that is a very good thing, we grieve when even one life is lost , but I think it's progress as we enter the next phase of this, a lot of other people, seriously, thanks Daley, I'm in China, so the administration today implemented some sanctions against high-level Chinese officials for the abuses of the Uyghurs, but can it? you talk generally about what that does to the United States' relationship with China and whether it jeopardizes the phase one deal.
Look, I think with respect to, I look at these Magnitsky Act sanctions and the administration I'm not with respect to the phase one deal with China. These are very serious sanctions that were implemented by this administration to crack down on human rights abuses by the Chinese Communist Party. I just want to emphasize and underline that we sanctioned officials, several of them, the party


and his former deputy. and his current party


is also his former um his former party secretary uh so there were three um and today's announcement is the latest in a series of actions by the Trump administration so it's not just about the sanctions that were implemented, but of export control. controls the president signed the Uyghur Human Rights Policy Act, so we have taken a very strong stance on the side of human rights and against the atrocities that we have seen and to let the American public know that some of these atrocities have been abortions forced and sterilizations and really despicable things have been done, so the message you are communicating to the Chinese is that this issue is separate from phase one of the trade committee.
Human rights are a primary issue, it is very important. We take action. We have worked out a phase one agreement and we hope that the Chinese government will respect that jack thanks kailey, you mentioned that today's court decision was a victory, right? It's not clear from the president's tweets this morning that he saw it that way. Has your thinking on this changed as you've had more time to digest now that the president was making a general comment about deference to the principle of absolute immunity, which is the position you admit the president took in court? um, you know, he thinks there should have been more deference there, uh, Justice Alito, in citing the Harvard Law Review, noted veryWhile, constitutionally speaking, the president never sleeps, the president must be ready at a moment's notice to do whatever is necessary to preserve, protect and defend the constitution to the American people and we wish there had been more deference to that point of view, but it is a big victory since Judge Kavanaugh noted that all nine justices said this should be sent back to the lower court and that, in fact, attorney Sai Vance had not established his ability to secure access to those records, instead of That, additional procedures are required to give the US attorney in New York the opportunity to see those documents, is certainly not something that the president likes.
I wonder in general if after this ruling and the ruling in Daca, what is happening in LGBT rights, the ruling on the census, if the president regrets at all his criticism of the judges, in particular the justice system, uh , Roberts, she is just as wrong, no, I think that is what the president has stressed to her after all these failures. is that you know we need more conservative judges on the court, I mean, that's something he's very strong on. It prompted him to say that he will publish a list of more conservative judges that he wants on the court, so I think that has been the big takeaway, not particularly with respect to this ruling, but with the previous ones that you mentioned, there are conservative judges on the court. court, now it's five to four yes and then there was a unanimous nine to zero decision that this should be remanded and there was a road map, as I pointed out, a road map laid out on how to proceed in the lower court and several were proposed arguments that the president could present in the lower court.
Yes, I have two questions for you, one about these rulings today. The Supreme Court is rejecting this claim by the president that he is immune from investigation while he is in office. Do you agree that he is not immune? Well, what position is the president in? He still maintains his initial position and agrees with Justice Thomas and the dissent. who said that the demands on the president's time and the importance of his tasks are extraordinary and that the president's office cannot be devoted to subordinates a subpoena places demands on the president's limited time and a burden and went on to describe that position so that you agree with the mess, you agree with Justice Thomas' dissent, so you disagree with the point the majority made about absolute immunity, but I would nevertheless underline the victory here, as Vance said, to counsel he was not given what he wanted, which was access to that he still thinks that immunity is immune from investigation the president still stands by the position he took he accepts any opinion of the supreme court as the law of the land but without however it doesn't change your point of view um you may disagree with the opinion but you will certainly follow it and once my second question about the chronovirus I'll be quick, you're saying you don't want these CDC guidelines to be one-size-fits-all, overly prescriptive about how to reopen these schools, so why is it administration that makes it one size fits all, that everyone needs to reopen fully and at the same time because there is a way to do it safely and the stakes are high, you know, I mentioned the 67 000 pediatricians represented by the American Academy of Pediatrics who I say it is imperative that schools reopen.
Another 1,500 UK paediatricians stressed to me that costs are high when you know your network. CNN is reporting on child abuse. I mentioned the study yesterday. I was a good CNN article just in Massachusetts, reports of alleged children. Abuse is down almost 55 percent because when children are not in school many times we don't detect that abuse, the costs are too high to keep schools closed, they can reopen safely, even the American Academy of Pediatrics believes that and the president is going to Always stand on the side of the child and no one disagrees with that about child abuse, but what I'm saying is how can you say that you're not going to tell all the schools how to reopen, but you're going to tell them to everyone when. to reopen its 40 there are 47 guidelines issued by the states.
There are local guidelines that have been implemented. This can be done safely. It can be done well at the American Academy of Pediatrics. I've pointed out a lot of what they've put out they put out their own set of guidelines, there are several guidelines floating around out there and we think there's a way to do this safely and the child will always come first in this administration. Yes, thanks Kelly, a logical continuation of Caitlin's first line. However, what needs to be questioned is whether the president still believes he has absolute immunity, he makes it sound like he thinks he is above the law as long as he is president of the United States, at least it's almost as if people don't understand a legal term of art absolute immunity is a legal term of art and you know I can go and describe it and maybe I can describe it best by quoting Alexander Hamilton, who was referenced in Thomas's opinion and Alexander Hamilton actually created the position and perspective. that laid the foundation for the notion of absolute immunity and it was this energy in the executive is a prominent figure in the definition of good government is essential for the protection of the community against foreign attacks is no less essential for the stable administration of the laws to the protection of property against those irregular and overbearing combinations which sometimes interrupt the ordinary course of justice, the security of liberty against enterprise and attacks of ambition, faction and anarchy, a weak executive implies a weak execution of the government and what I was pointing out is that the executive is imbued with many constitutional authorities, many responsibilities to protect this nation from internal and external threats and must be able to operate unhindered, that is where the absolute immunity proposal comes from and that is what the administration was defending in court and we are pleased with the 9-0 opinion to send this back to the lower court, although we are not satisfied with the absolute immunity component, could you, David, could you expand a little on the education secretary devos? comments today about um, he's not going to cut funding to schools but transfer funds to families, do you know what that means?
And the second unrelated question is: did the White House have any comment on Col. Vinman's withdrawal yesterday from the OS to your first question? I didn't see Secretary Devos' comments, but as he describes them, it leads me to believe that it was a reference to the president's tweet yesterday about changing education funding if schools do not reopen, as I noted yesterday, what is the goal of this administration is for funding to be tied to the child, not to a school district where schools remain closed, that is our primary guiding principle as to how it will look in the actions that will occur soon.
We are hopeful that all schools will reopen in the nation, that is the goal and we are hopeful that we will get more funding for education in phase four, as I noted, and with Colonel Vinman, you know, I'm not leaving. to focus on or comment on a former junior employee. I know the White House hasn't spoken to him since he left and I would recommend him. You, beyond the military, is there any


ure from the White House to withdraw? Yes, Kaylee, answering questions about coronavirus in schools, although North Carolina, for example, has seen a record number of corona virus-related hospitalizations, more than a thousand currently, and that's a growing count of five days for those hospitalizations, so the White House position is that schools in North Carolina and areas hardest hit by the coronavirus should absolutely reopen next month. our opinion is that schools should reopen.
I would refer him to dr. Redfield, who said CDC chief yesterday, this virus has a very limited effect on children, went on to say, unlike the flu, children do not drive the transmission cycle. He agrees with dr. scott atlas atlas, former head of neuroradiology at stanford, who said that children under 18 have virtually zero risk of death from kovid virtually zero risk of serious illness, which was also highlighted by yale school of public health professor albert co, the bottom line is that the impact of coven 19 on children is minimal or very low compared to other age groups, but you know what it is.
The risk for children is the people who do not report child abuse, are these Very serious consequences are at play in the educational disparity I noticed when children stay home from school. Dr. Berg also said yesterday, however, that there was not enough data on how this affects children. because originally they weren't testing children at the same rate as adults, but as far as places like North Carolina, where they've been hit hard, do you think they should absolutely reopen next month, we think they should absolutely reopen schools in In this country, children are at very low risk and I would also cite the American Academy of Pediatrics.
I would venture to say that those sixty-seven thousand pediatricians care deeply about the children they treat and have said that children and adults are at considerable risk of morbidity and in some cases mortality if they stay home and do not go to school. school this president will fight for the health and well-being of children yes, thank you kaylee um a study that came out of Detroit last week on hydroxychloroquine that the president tweeted about uh showed that it reduces deaths by half, however, Government agencies like the FDA and some government medical experts have told the American people that it is not effective for the coronavirus, so what are the American people supposed to think?
What is the official government position? administration about this possible therapy, so I'm glad you asked this. The president has always said that he sees hydroxychloroquine as a very promising prophylactic, but that no person should take it unless they get a prescription from their doctor, which is extremely important. Well, the president has taken it as a prophylactic and I would point out that there have been many misguided studies that were heavily promoted as if there was a published lancet study and many in the media pounced on this lancet study and questioned it. hydroxychloroquine and there were people like NBC's Glenn Kirschner saying the president should resign over the Lancet study questioning hydroxychloroquine and CNN spent over 90 minutes announcing the now discredited and downplayed study, but what we found out , although the Lancet study has been retracted, we have seen a study of Henry Ford's health system and that study of Henry Ford's health system showed that it is very promising, leading CNN to now tweet a new study surprising finding that the controversial anti-malaria drug hydroxychloroquine helped Kovid19 patients survive better in hospitals and Henry CEO.
Ford Medical Group said it's important to note that in the right settings this could potentially save patients' lives, so our position is the same as we were always where the president was weeks and weeks before he came out the study that this was a promising drug, but should only be taken in consultation with your doctor, so is the FDA going to re-authorize it for emergency use? I would refer you to the FDA on that topic further if I may in a follow-up to what the president talked about a few weeks ago. regarding Antifa saying that their administration was planning to designate it as a terrorist organization, we haven't really heard anything else about that is still the plan or when it will happen so that was the justice department um saying that they will prosecute these cases as terrorism cases national, so I would refer you to the Department of Justice to see how it works operationally, but the Department of Justice has arrested many people, including seven in Portland, Oregon, for various crimes, including attacks on law enforcement, so we are working hard to ensure that Antifa uh does not dominate the streets this administration opposes those types of laws I think they should still be designated a terrorist organization the president stands by what he said thank you bailey uh my question a question about cyrus fans the prosecutor of new york who is demanding Trump's taxes Um Vance has a disturbing record of protecting predators and attacking Republicans, an example of this for non-New Yorkers in 2011, worked to reduce Epstein's sexual predator status in 2015, police of New York had audio evidence of Weinstein admitting rape and Vance's office refused to process any of this.
As you attack President Trump's family and his businesses given this history, what are President Trump's views on Vance from both a personal and political standpoint? Is this Vance? I mean, is he politically abusing the judicial system? What are Trump's views on him? youYou raised some very good points about the partisan lawyer uh in manhattan um, you know, Judge Deleto said this in his opinion, it really caught my attention, he said in terms of the potential use of subpoenas to harass, we don't need to exhibit a naïveté with the that ordinary citizens are free as we have recognized that a president is an easily identifiable target there are more than 2,300 local prosecutors and district attorneys in the country many local prosecutors are elected and many prosecutors have ambitions to hold higher elected offices bring psy vance a democrat someone who will do justice Thomas pointed out something very interesting.
Judge Thomas noted that New York County District Attorney Cyrus Vance served a subpoena on the president's personal accounting firm. That quote was nearly identical to a subpoena issued by a congressional committee seeking nearly 10 years of experience from the president. financial records, so the partisan lawyer, the New York Democrat, is aiding and abetting the Democrats, the lawless Democrats like Nancy Pelosi, who have gone after this president with false accusations of collusion with false charges, um, in impeachment inquiry and now they are pursuing this only to be reprimanded. by the supreme court and assisted by cybance for non-lawyers, I mean are there legal recourses against das too political here or is it just a war against someone else?
I would have to, yes, you know, this was an individual who was elected at the state level, so I guess the recourse would be the ballot box, but I would also point out, right at that point, you have President Obama and Vice President Biden Biden who were caught spying on the Trump campaign, the opposition party to former Vice President Biden. in the oval office right before the inauguration talking about the logan law uh and then the logan law was weaponized and used against lieutenant general michael flynn in a way that was very unfair and a serious miscarriage of justice, but you have obama and Biden that they get away with this, but we still have to go investigate President Trump, it really is quite absurd, yes, thanks Kaylee.
In President Trump's tweets about the Supreme Court decisions this morning, he said that he believes the court treated him differently than he would have treated other presidents. I think it was a political decision by the Supreme Court or that politics or personal opinions somehow entered into his legal reasoning, so I think you were referring to the tweet about broad deference and what he was trying to note there. What he was noting was simply that there should have been more deference to this notion that I read. alexander hamilton and others of absolute immunity to allow the executive and the president to do the important work of protecting this country and all the other tasks entrusted to a president of the united states the supreme court makes a dilatory ruling that they would never have given to another president, yes, and one of them would also point out to you regarding that, i think judge alito got this right, he said in the clinton case, for example, the court held that a sitting president could be sued in federal courts, But the court took pains to reserve judgment on the question of whether a comparable claim could succeed in state court.
Any direct check by a state court on the president, the court noted, could raise concerns about protecting federal officials from potential local bias, that is, even before in the Clinton case, where the prosecutions in the federal courts, had expressed serious reservations about a state court proceeding of this nature, so I think he was realizing the distinguishing features there. Yes, I would like to ask a clarifying question about something I said earlier that to the president you said that he would like to see more conservative judges. Are you comfortable with the number of nine judges? There's nothing in the law that says you only have to have nine.
Would you consider naming more? So the president has never mentioned adding other judges. but the democratic party has a way of getting around decisions, I guess they don't like them. I have a question about today's unemployment numbers. 1.3 million additional requests in the last week. Bit of a slowdown in that recovery, right? I'm not at all concerned that the numbers are still this high, after almost four months of continued unemployment claims, so I should point out that the numbers dropped by 100,000. This was the 14th consecutive weekly decline we've seen and since its peak at the end of March, initial applications. they're down 5.6 million also considering continuing claims, another number that came out today, they reflect actual benefit payments and they're down 700,000 from their peak on May 8th in the week of May 8th and they're down almost 7 million and combined as Larry Kudlow shared that data with me in May and June, the Bureau of Labor Statistics reported that 8 million jobs were gained and, as Larry likes to say, the V-shaped rebound continues, is there any concern that those jobs will not Are they coming back fast enough, particularly today?
He seemed to notice the unemployment claims more than in recent weeks. I would say that the two employment reports, the eight million together, both record months, are very encouraging signs, and we like what we see on the horizon, of course, there is more work. is yet to be done, but we have President Jobs at the helm to do that job, David Hi, the director of the um health department in Tulsa has said that President Trump's rally there likely contributed to a big spike in coronavirus cases. In the area. Does the president now regret having said that? demonstration, so we have not seen data that reflects that and no, we do not regret having held the demonstration.
Yes, can I ask about the Mexican president's visit yesterday? Can you tell us if President Trump discussed the issue of funding the wall with the president, if not, is it now a dead issue for the president. It didn't come up in the discussions I was a part of, but I'm grateful that you mention the wall that is being built at a rapid pace, you know more than 500 miles by the end of the year and we really appreciate the help from the Mexican government and securing the border with the troops they have provided, does the president maintain that the Mexican government can still directly contribute to the funds again?
I'm not aware of your other discussions that you may have had, but what I would like to point out is that the USMCA, in which Mexico has a major part, is bringing tons and tons and tons of money and revenue to the United States and we are very grateful for that. Yeah, well, thanks Kaylee, two quick questions, first about United Airlines' recent announcement that they might have to lay off about 36,000 workers. Does the president support expanding the aid already given to airlines? And secondly, on vaccines, does the president have any ideas? opinions on whether a K-12 student should be required to get vaccinated against covid19 once the vaccine is safe and effective, so I haven't talked to him either on that point specifically about vaccines or the airline extension, but I can go back, yes.
Um and one thing that I think I understood everyone, so just one last note that I want to leave with everyone because I think it's a very important point, it's just that there's a Rasmussen poll that came out recently that showed that 64 of Americans they are worried. about growing criticism of American policing and that it will lead to a shortage of police officers and reduce public safety and of all demographic groups surveyed, black Americans fear most for public safety was 67 percent who acknowledged concern for This and this is why President Trump has taken action and made a strong call for law, order and peace in our streets and set the tone from above for mayors and governors.
In addition, we have had hundreds of federal arrests, the executive order that has improved our police departments and the legend of operations that I announced yesterday from the Department of Justice in honor of the legend Talifaro, a four-year-old boy who was tragically murdered while I was sleeping in Kansas City and as we head into the weekend, this is our last press conference of the week, so I just wanted to call for peace in our streets because too many children have been lost, it's important to know their names. It is important to see their faces and that we all keep in our prayers and keep close to our hearts the families of Natalia Wallace who was seven Makai James who was ten Vernado Jones Jr who was 14 Sincere Gaston who was a certain Lena Nunez who is 10 am amariah jones who is 13 devon mcneil who is 11 and sequoia turner down in atlanta who is eight let's make sure we have peace in our streets this weekend and keep these families in our prayers thank you

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