Hello, everyone. On Thursday, June 4th, Morning Wide will listen to voices protesting the racism that is spreading all over the world. First is the US situation. Amid additional police prosecutions that killed Black Floyd, US Secretary of Defense Esper has publicly expressed his opposition to mobilizing troops to suppress the protests. Washington Connect.

Correspondent Kim Soo-hyung, it would be at 5 PM, what's the situation today?


Yes, yesterday (3rd), 5,000 protesters gathered in Washington, DC. More people gathered today.

Protesters are gathering at the White House Lafayette Park to march to Parliament and returning again.

A lot of protesters gathered in the US Capitol today, and police officers were seen catching their knees together.

Unlike President Trump, who made a strong response, Mayor of Washington DC said he would guarantee peaceful protests as much as possible.

Washington's curfew today was 11 pm, four hours behind yesterday.

Arrest and looting are still happening at night in some parts of Washington, but the violent protests are somewhat softer than early.

So far, nearly 10,000 protesters have been arrested across the United States.


Correspondent Kim, you have to punish the abused police for murder, and voices were high, but additional prosecutions were made.


Yes, it is. Former police officer Derek Shawby, who pushed George Floyd's neck to death, was accused of a third-class murder.

Three other police officers on the scene were also charged with second-class murders for Shovin's accomplice.


President Trump has even announced his intention to enter the Federal Forces.


Defense Secretary Esper said the military mobilization should be the last resort to suppress the protests and does not support the launch of the Riot Suppression Act.

Let's listen to Secretary Esper.

[Esper/US Secretary of Defense: This is only possible in very urgent and critical situations. We are not there yet. I disagree with the Riot Act.]

I also said yesterday that I would investigate the fact that a combat helicopter flew over Washington, DC.

President Trump said he would put in the Federal Forces if the protests were not suppressed, and the White House today announced a position contrary to the reaffirmation.

The situation has arisen with former generals about soldiers aiming their guns at citizens.

President Trump also criticized the Democrats and the mainstream media, referring to protesters on Twitter as gangsters.

What former vice president Biden has done for 43 years has claimed he has done more for blacks for three and a half years.