Capitol Police officers took a knee on Wednesday, to the cheers of demonstrators protesting police brutality on Capitol Hill following the death of George Floyd.
On Monday, U.S. Park Police were accused of using tear gas to clear protesters out of Lafayette Square just before Trump walked over to visit St. John's church.
On Wednesday, Phoenix police officers took a knee during a peaceful demonstration.
“Images like these reflect our willingness to listen and work toward solutions,” Phoenix Police Chief Jeri Williams said shortly after.
In Oklahoma, deputies stationed outside an Oklahoma City jail took a knee in solidarity on Sunday, to the applause of a crowd held back by a barricade.