US Department of Defence officials have ordered active-duty military police to “prepare to deploy” to Minneapolis in the wake of protests and unrest across the US following the police killing of George Floyd.

Donald Trump ordered Defence Secretary Mark Esper to ready units for rapid deployment on Friday, according to reports.

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