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Interior Department's inspector general investigation was sparked by Democratic lawmakers' complaint that excessive force was used on a peaceful crowd.
"I should not have been there," Gen. Mark Milley, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, said in a prerecorded video commencement address.
Hours after Kayleigh McEnany defended President Donald Trump’s church photo-op, Anderson Cooper shot back at the White House press secretary.
The Lincoln Project calls out the president for siccing the military on protesters.
The president pointed to praise from religious leaders Franklin Graham and Robert Jeffress in defending the photo shoot in front of St. John's Church.
“I thought I was going to do two things: to see some damage and to talk to the troops,” Defense Secretary Mark Esper told NBC News.
“The president seems to think dominating Black people, dominating peaceful protesters, is law and order. It’s not."
Police used tear gas and rubber bullets to disperse peaceful protesters so the president could have his picture taken at a church.
The "Late Night" host has an answer to the president's G-20 summit plea.