11 Sep 2020

Trump and Biden commemorate 9/11 attacks at Pennsylvania crash site

Washington Correspondent

Kenosha in Wisconsin is one of the places which could make or break the election for Donald Trump.

Trump won last time by a whisker and really needs it again.

But the battle has been defined here by the case of Jacob Blake, a black man shot and paralysed by a white police officer last month.

There were protests and riots on these streets – and two anti-racism protesters were killed.

Kenosha is relatively normal again now, and clearing up the damage – although the president claims credit for that the Blake family tell us tonight they are the ones who brought calm.

Here is the latest in the campaign trail on the 19th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks by Al Qaeda, which determined so much of world events ever since.