One of President Trump's senior campaign advisers has apologized after promoting a tweet praising a chainsaw-wielding man who used a racial slur while admonishing protests.
Edson Grim of Allen, Texas, appeared to post the original video but Schlapp retweeted it from an account called "LATINO TOWNHALL."
For over a week, U.S. cities have seen both peaceful protests and violent riots in response to the death of George Floyd -- an unarmed black man who died after a white police officer knelt on his neck.
A medical examiner classified Floyd's death as a homicide and released the full autopsy report on Wednesday.
Floyd family attorney Ben Crump earlier decried the official autopsy — as described in the original complaint against Chauvin — for ruling out asphyxia.