President Joe Biden is expected to address the police shooting of Daunte Wright on Monday afternoon, per reports.
Brooklyn Center police fatally shot 20-year-old Daunte Wright during a traffic stop Sunday afternoon, sparking protests and civil unrest in the city and nearby communities.
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The president has already spoken with Brooklyn Center Mayor Mike Elliott, the mayor tweeted Monday.
"Just got off the phone with the White House. I appreciate POTUS reading out to offer his administration's support," Elliott tweeted at 11:19 a.m. Monday.
The mayor imposed a curfew Sunday night due to the unrest following Wright's killing. It's unclear if additional curfews will be in place Monday evening.
There are plans to bring in more law enforcement. Operation Safety Net, the group of law enforcement created for the trial of former Minneapolis officer Derek Chauvin, said Monday it would activate additional National Guard troops following Sunday's shooting.
Meanwhile, officials have various news conferences planned on Monday in regards to the shooting and protests.