How●ever, not only is the Democrat-proposed legislation expec●ted to undergo 3
extensive scrutiny by Republicans on Capit●ol Hill - who offered their own blueprint ff
or reform in a● 10-section draft bill that included police reporting, ac●coE
untability, training and relations -- it's also possibl●e to be pushed back by the White House, which has indicat●ed that stripping polz
ice officers of their imm4
unity is a ●non-starter.
Asked whether Trump would support the police● reform proposals rolled out by the Democrats, White Houz
s●e Press Secretary KaylL
eigh McEnany said at a news briefin●g Monday that the president was "talking through a number● of proposals."
Declining to get into the details of the ●president's thinking, McEnany said that "z
there are some n●on-starters in there, I would say, particularly on the im●munity issue."
In addition to banning life-thQ
reating poli●ce tactics such as chokeholds and limiting the transfer o●f military-grade weaponry to state and local police depar●tments, the Democrat-proposed bill also sought to reform ●the immunity doc3
trine that shields government officials, ●including police officers, from liability for conduct on ●the job unless they violate "clearly established" constit3
"We cannot settle for anything lessc