Sen. Amy KlobucharAmy KlobucharSunday reveals preview: Protests proceed over taking pictures of Blake; coronavirus laws talks stay at deadlock Hillicon Valley: Zuckerberg acknowledges failure to take down Kenosha army group regardless of warnings | Election officers push again towards considerations over mail-in voting, drop bins Bipartisan senators name for investigation of well-liked fertility app MORE (D-Minn.) stated Sunday that individuals are “not safe in Donald TrumpDonald John TrumpTrump to visit Kenosha on Tuesday amid unrest Warner calls Intelligence chief’s decision to scale down congressional election security briefings ‘outrageous’ Katyusha rocket lands in Baghdad ‘Green Zone’: report MORE’s America,” citing the current police violence towards Black individuals, demonstrations and the coronavirus pandemic. “This isn’t just happening in one place,” the previous 2020 presidential candidate famous on ABC’s “This Week.” “It’s happening all over the country. It is happening under Donald Trump’s watch.”“We are not safe in Donald Trump’s America,” she added. “Not only have we seen an increase in hate crimes, not only have we seen increases in crime, but we have seen 3,600 people die during the Republican Convention, Jonathan. Now over 180,000 people that died from this coronavirus.”“I have long condemned looting, violence, threats,” Sen. Amy Klobuchar tells @jonkarl when requested about Trump supporters confronted, intimidated by protesters.“It is happening under Donald Trump’s watch … we are not safe in Donald Trump’s America.” https://t.co/6jCbLennIs pic.twitter.com/7kY1mG5beE— This Week (@ThisWeekABC) August 30, 2020Klobuchar additionally knocked the warnings on the Republican Nationwide Conference that Democratic presidential nominee Joe BidenJoe BidenMick Mulvaney to start out hedge fund Trump to go to Kenosha on Tuesday amid unrest Warner calls Intelligence chief’s determination to scale down congressional election safety briefings ‘outrageous’ MORE would trigger the U.S. to be much less secure.“So, no, we are not more safe,” she stated. “And I think Joe Biden has a very strong case to make about the changes he will make to make this country more safer.”The Minnesota senator additionally responded to the president’s condemnation of how his supporters had been handled by protesters, whom he known as “a bunch of thugs,” exterior of the White Home after his nomination acceptance speech.“I have long condemned looting, violence, threats,” she stated. “That’s not peaceful protests. And I don’t care who’s engaging in it, you condemn it. And, of course, Joe Biden has clearly condemned it.”Klobuchar’s remarks come as protests over police brutality have erupted in Kenosha, Wis. and continued in Portland, Ore. and Minneapolis, resulting in some deadly shootings. Demonstrations in Kenosha had been sparked after video final week confirmed police taking pictures Jacob Blake not less than seven instances within the again as he opened a door of his SUV.