RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) — Former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush says he trusts the legal process that resulted in charges against six Baltimore officers in the death of a man from injuries sustained while in police custody.
The likely presidential candidate was asked on Friday how a president can address rising anger toward police. He told reporters a president can lead a conversation on how to fight the pockets of poverty that can result in dissatisfaction and anger.READ MORE: DoorDash Driver & Mother Of 3 Killed In Attempted Robbery In Baltimore
Commenting on the Baltimore case, Bush said: “The process works” and “people are innocent until proven guilty.”READ MORE: Winter Storm Expected To Be 'Coast Hugger,' But I-95 Corridor Will See Snow
Bush met Friday morning with dozens of supporters at the North Carolina Republican Party headquarters in Raleigh as he edges closer to a decision on whether he’ll seek the GOP presidential nomination. He says he’ll decide soon.MORE NEWS: Memorial Service Announced For Baltimore Firefighters Killed In Collapse
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