U.S. President Donald Trump on Tuesday defended his political appeals to American suburban women, saying people living in safe, peaceful neighborhoods “don’t want to have people coming in and forcing low-income housing down their throats.” “The suburban voter, the suburban housewife, women and men living in the suburbs, they want security and they want safety,” Trump said at a White House event to mark the 100th anniversary of the ratification of the constitutional amendment granting women the right to vote. Republican Trump, who trails Democratic rival Joe Biden in opinion polls ahead of the November presidential elections, has sought to appeal to suburban voters by campaigning on fears of lawlessness, as protests against police brutality and racism have enveloped many U.S. cities in recent months.
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