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Protesters, fans greet Trump as he launches on California fundraising trip
President Donald Trump is making a rare visit to California, a Democratic stronghold where he is expected to rake in millions of dollars during a series of fundraisers for his reelection effort that are being met by wealthy supporters as well as jeering protesters.
Late Tuesday morning, Air Force One touched down at Moffett Field in Mountain View, making this Trump's first trip to the Bay Area as president. The last time he was here was in 2016 in San Jose when he was campaigning. That visit was marred by violence and protests between the left and the right.
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HUD Secretary Ben Carson visits San Francisco public housing development
Housing and Urban Development Secretary Ben Carson arrived at a public housing development in San Francisco on Tuesday to learn more about the city's homeless crisis.
Carson toured the 72-unit HOPE SF building, Potrero Terrace in Potrero Hill, which opened its doors in May, but rejected an invitation from Mayor London Breed, who wanted to push for increased federal funding for homeless services and affordable housing.
Carson walked the site and met with residents to see how the partnership between Bridge Housing and the city worked to redevelop the site.Read the full article
Vallejo police officer sued for excessive force exonerated by Internal Affairs
A Vallejo police officer who was sued this month for excessive force after holding a man at gunpoint during a minor argument outside a pizzeria is back on patrol. He was exonerated by the department's Internal Affairs unit, 2 Investigates has learned.
The June 3 Internal Affairs document reveals Officer David McLaughlin was cleared of the allegation of "use of force to effect an arrest." As to two other allegations of "unreasonable and unwarranted force" and "unauthorized or unlawful fighting, threatening or attempting to inflict bodily harm on another," investigators determined the claims were "unfounded," which means there wasn't enough evidence to prove the allegations.Read the full article
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