close Video What actions does Trump need to take on police reform? Former D.C. detective and Fox News contributor Ted Williams weighs in. Fox News contributor Ted Williams, a former Washigton D.C. police detective, told “Bill Hemmer Reports” Friday that President Trump should “butt out” of the debate about how to handle the so-called “Capitol Hill Autonomus Zone” in Seattle. “This is a state and local matter that should be taken care of,” said Williams, putting the onus on Seattle Mayor Jenny Durkan and Washington Gov. Jay Inslee. Trump told Fox News’ Harris Faulkner in an exclusive interview Thursday that “we’re not going to let Seattle be occupied by anarchists” and promised that if Durkan and Inslee “don’t straighten that situation out, we’re going to straighten it out.” FOX EXCLUSIVE: TRUMP RESPONDS TO BIDEN’S CLAIM HE WILL TRY TO STEAL ELECTION Video For her part, Durkan told CNN Thursday night that she did not know how long the protesters would continued to occupy the six-block area of the city’s Capitol Hill neighborhood before volunteering, “We could have a summer of love.” CLICK HERE TO GET THE FOX NEWS APP “We have right now, in Seattle, anarchy,” Williams acknowledged. ”We have armed demonstrators… Read full this story
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