JILL COLVIN, LISA MASCARO and ZEKE MILLER Associated Press WASHINGTON (AP) — Following weeks of national protests since the death of George Floyd, President Donald Trump signed an executive order on policing Tuesday that would encourage better police practices and establish a database to keep track of officers with a history of excessive use-of-force complaints. In Rose Garden remarks, Trump stressed the need for higher standards and commiserated with mourning families, even as he hailed the vast majority of officers as selfless public servants and held his law-and-order line, while criticizing Democrats. "Reducing crime and raising standards are not opposite goals," he said before signing the order flanked by police. Trump and the GOP have been rushing to respond to the mass demon
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