Anger sweeping across America does not necessarily mean votes against Trump

People in Denver, Colorado, on June 1, 2020, protesting against the death of George Floyd. PHOTO: AFP
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WASHINGTON - With protests against police brutality and racism raging across the United States for the seventh straight day, former president Barack Obama urged Americans to vote - in both state and local elections - for candidates who would act on reform.

But this surge of anger may not necessarily translate into votes against President Donald Trump and for Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden in November.

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