ASHRAF KHALIL, AARON MORRISON and MATT SEDENSKY
WASHINGTON (AP) — A country convulsed by violent protests picked up the pieces Monday and braced for more trouble amid a coast-to-coast outpouring of rage over police killings of black people. President Donald Trump demanded the nation's governors crack down harder on the lawlessness, telling them: "Most of you are weak."
After six straight days of unrest set off by the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis, a new routine was developing: residents waking up to neighborhoods in shambles, shopkeepers sweeping up broken glass and taking stock of ransacked stores, and police and political leaders weighing how to address the boiling anger.
"We are a country that is scared," said Sam Page, county executive in St. Louis County