“The White Home has been humbled by the outreach of people from Kenosha who’ve welcomed the President’s go to and are eager for management to help native legislation enforcement and companies which were vandalized,” White Home deputy press secretary Judd Deere stated in an announcement Sunday evening. “President Trump seems to be ahead to visiting on Tuesday and serving to this nice metropolis heal and rebuild.”The assertion got here hours after Evers wrote a letter to Trump outlining his concern about what the President’s presence “will imply for Kenosha and our state.””I’m involved your presence will solely hinder our therapeutic. I’m involved your presence will solely delay our work to beat division and transfer ahead collectively,” Evers wrote to Trump.”It’s our job as elected officers to guide by instance and to be a chilled presence for the individuals we all know are hurting, mourning, and attempting to deal with trauma. Now will not be the time for divisiveness,” he continued. “Now will not be the time for elected officers to disregard armed militants and out-of-state instigators who wish to contribute to our anguish.”The White Home had introduced on Saturday that Trump would journey to Kenosha to fulfill with legislation enforcement and to survey a few of the injury from the latest protests.Kenosha is the most recent metropolis on the middle of racial unrest after Blake, a Black man, was shot within the again seven occasions by a White police officer. Native officers haven’t mentioned many particulars about Blake’s capturing however proceed addressing the nightly protests in Kenosha, particularly after two individuals at a protest have been killed and a 3rd was critically injured this week.A 17-year-old was arrested Wednesday and is going through a number of prices involving a number of individuals for his alleged position in a capturing incident, authorities stated.When requested if the President would meet with Blake’s household, Deere stated Saturday that the schedule hasn’t been absolutely ironed out but.Evers provides in his letter to Trump that he’s additionally “involved that an in-person go to from you’ll require an enormous re-direction of those sources to help your go to at a time when it’s crucial that we proceed to stay targeted on holding the individuals of Kenosha protected and supporting the neighborhood’s response.”His message to the President builds on feedback from Wisconsin Lt. Gov. Mandela Barnes who stated earlier Sunday that Trump’s presence wouldn’t be useful in Kenosha. “You have a look at the incendiary remarks that the President has made, they centered a whole conference round creating extra animosity and creating extra division round what’s going on in Kenosha,” Barnes instructed CNN’s John King on “Inside Politics.” “So, I do not know the way given any of the earlier statements that the President made that he intends to come back right here to be useful. And we completely do not want that proper now.”This story has been up to date to incorporate remark from the White Home. CNN’s Jeremy Diamond and Jason Hoffman contributed to this report.