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America, College, and Community: NBC News @NBCNews & Follow NBC NEWs Trump on handling suspected criminals: "Don't be too nice" to "thugs being thrown into the back of a paddy wagon" 츌 0:36 illl President Trump on law enforcement behavior Watch more at NBCNews.com 2:51 PM-28 Jul 2017 NBC POLITICS NBC Politics @NBCPolitics & Follow President Trump on transferring used military equipment to law enforcement: "It's being put to good use." David Nakamura @DavidNakamura Follow Trump says that he's okay with police being rougher on arrested suspects, such as hitting their head on police car. Crowd of police cheers 2:33 PM-28 Jul 2017 Asawin Suebsaeng @swin24 & Follow President Trump is openly and explicitly calling for, to wild applause just moments ago, cops to commit more police brutality 2:34 PM-28 Jul 2017 law-enforcement-scumbag-watch: micdotcom: In MS-13 speech, Trump applauded for imploring police “not to be too nice” while arresting “thugs” BRENTWOOD, NEW YORK — Trump scored applause Friday while talking to police about the fight against the brutal MS-13 gang by saying he doesn’t mind if suspects get roughed up during arrests. “When you see these thugs being thrown into the back of a paddy wagon, you just see them thrown in, rough, I said, ‘Please don’t be too nice.’ Like when you guys put somebody in the car, protecting their head, you know, the way you put [your] hand, like don’t hit their head, and they’ve just killed somebody… I said, ‘You can take the hand away, ok?’” Trump, whose tough talk won him applause from the uniformed officers assembled behind him at Suffolk County Community College, promised to “eradicate” MS-13. Read more (7/28/17 3:30 PM) Fuck Trump!He’s an asshole. this dude really wants another civil waramerica is gonna implode in a couple of years
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Clothes, Head, and Life: TEACHER WAS REALLY WORRIED FOR THIS KID WITH IRRESPONSIBLE PARENTS, SHE FOUGHT BACK TEARS WHEN ANOTHER TEACHER SAID THIS At first glance, Ronny looked like every other kid in the first-grade classroom where I volunteered as the Reading Mom. Wind-blown hair, scuffed shoes, a little bit of dirtbehind his ears, some kind of sandwich smear around his mouth On closer inspection, though, the layer of dirt on Ronny's face, the crusty nose, and the packed grime under his fingernails told me he didn't get dirty at school. He arrived that way. His clothes were ragged and mismatched, his sneakers had string for laces, and his backpack was no more than a plastic shopping bag. Along with his outward appearance, Ronny stood apart from his classmates in other ways, too. He had a speech impediment, wasn't reading or writing at grade-level, and had already been held back a year, making him eight-years-old in the first grade. His home life was a shambles with transient parents who uprooted him at their whim. He had yet to live a full year in any one place. I quickly learned that beneath his grungy exterior, Ronny possessed a spark, a resilience that I'd never seen in a child who faced such tremendous odds. I worked with all the students in Ronny's class on a one-on-one basis to improve their reading skills. Each day, Ronny's head twisted around as l came into the classroom, and his eyes followed me as I set up in a corner, imploring, "Pick me! Pick me!" Of course l couldn't pick him every day Other kids needed my help, too. <p>Teacher Is Worried For This Kid With Irresponsible Parents. She Fought Back Tears When Another Teacher Said This.</p>

Teacher Is Worried For This Kid With Irresponsible Parents. She Fought Back Tears When Another Teacher Said This.

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