The president spoke to Freud’s family and said that the evidence of the guilty verdict was “overwhelming.”
New York-President Biden called George Floyd’s family yesterday to express support and sympathy. He told reporters on Tuesday that the evidence against former Minneapolis police officer Derek Joven was “overwhelming” and he was “correct” The verdict” prays.
It is very unusual for the President to intervene in court proceedings on behalf of a particular result. The Minnesota state judge Ayrt Peter A. Cahill, who presided over the case, warned politicians not to comment on the results, because Democratic Representative Maxine Waters from California Urge the protesters to mobilize everyone to anticipate the verdict.
In a brief speech in the Oval Office, Biden said of his conversation with the Freud family: “I can only imagine the stress and anxiety they felt, so I waited until the jury deliberated.” “They are a good one.” Families, no matter what the verdict, they demand peace and tranquility. I pray that the verdict is the correct verdict.”
Biden said the evidence was “overwhelming in my opinion,” adding that most conversations focused on “personal things.”
The president quickly defended his defense of the decision to intervene in the pending trial, saying that he believed it was appropriate because all the evidence had been submitted and the jury did not hear his comments.