REPORT: Biden to host Congressional Black Caucus lawmakers to talk police reform

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President Biden on Thursday will meet with members of the Congressional Black Caucus (CBC) at the White House to discuss police reform after the release of footage showing law enforcement beating Tyre Nichols.

Biden will host “a small group” of CBC members “to discuss police reform legislation and other shared priorities,” principal deputy press secretary Olivia Dalton told reporters aboard Air Force One.

“President Biden is committed to doing everything in his power to ensure our criminal justice system lives up to the promise of fair and impartial justice, equal treatment, and dignity for all,” Dalton said.

Calls for police reform have escalated from the left, after authorities released video footage on Friday of the horrific incident that took place in Memphis, in which five Black police officers beat Nichols to death.

Rep. Steven Horsford (D-Nev.), chairman of the CBC, declared on Sunday that he wanted to visit with Biden to discuss police reform legislation.

Horsford also addressed police reform efforts in an MSNBC Morning Joe interview on Monday:

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