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PBS NewsHour | Clip | Why Oregon governor wants federal officers out of Portland

Kate Brown is governor of Oregon, where ongoing protests over race and police violence have attracted federal attention. Some agents deployed to Portland have refused to identify themselves to protesters, and their tactics have drawn criticism -- and even provoked a lawsuit. Gov. Brown joins John Yang to discuss her concerns about lack of communication and what she considers “political theater.”

0:06:16 | AIRED: 7/20/2020 |
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