Next week, the US Congress is set to hear a report by Secretary of Defense Mark Esper and General Mark Millie, chief of the United States Armed Forces, regarding the appropriateness of attracting the US military to suppress the raging protests.
In addition, it will be discussed that US President Donald Trump may have exceeded his authority.
Now about 20.5 thousand military of the US National Guard are participating in the suppression of protests. They operate in 28 states across the country.
In addition, another 1,500 troops from Indiana, South Carolina and Tennessee will arrive in DC today.US tried to scare Russia with bombardment exercises over the Black Sea