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Trump outshined as Obama confronts police killing, touts greatest protests of his 'lifetime'


In his first on camera address after the killing of George Floyd, President Obama delivered a”tragic” times facing our nation, but expressed feelings of “optimism” for “epic change.” Obama characterizes the recent protests “as profound as anything I’ve seen in my lifetime.” Harvard University Professor Leah Wright Rigueur joins MSNBC’s Ari Melber to discuss Obama’s address.