Whitmer said that while Trump's tweets egged on protesters, she was committed to keeping people safe and wouldn't back down in response to the virus.
The protests included family members of people killed by police and demonstrators for a living wage.
Barr made the comments while speaking at a press conference in Kansas City meant to provide an update for Operation Legend, the Department of Justice-led initiative launched in early July.
"These findings highlight the fact that beanbag munitions can cause serious harm and are not appropriate for use in crowd control," the letter stated.
On report said the police's use of less-lethal munitions "served no clear law enforcement purpose: they did not prevent property damage, effectively disperse the crowd, or allow peaceful demonstrators their right to protest."
Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot said Tuesday that the incident, which began Sunday and continued into the early hours of Monday, was not the result of peaceful demonstrators.
"We have to isolate those individuals where we can do so safely," Mayor Ted Wheeler said. "We need to arrest them, and we need to hold them accountable."
"I stood here, talking to you, and look at my f***ing face," the female protester told the officer. "I haven't moved and you f***ing burned my face."
"Stop the nonsense. These are killers, and these are people who hate white people, they are people who hate white men in particular, and they want to do away with a mother-father family," Giuliani said.
"I don't see that as constitutionally defensible, and I find it difficult to believe that any judge would uphold it," a First Amendment scholar said.
Alex Bancroft was arrested on a felony charge of written threat to kill or do bodily injury.
Top Oregon lawmakers warned President Trump that federal troops should leave Portland amid reports that unidentified officers were arresting protesters who were nowhere near federal buildings.
Vehicular attacks are a common tactic of terrorist groups that have since spread to right-wing groups.
Dawit Kelete drove his car the wrong way down a freeway exit ramp and slammed into two protesters, killing one and severely injuring the other.
Dawit Kelete, 27, a Black man, plowed his white Jaguar into a crowd of protesters on Interstate 5. Summer Taylor, 24, has died while Diaz Love, 32, sustained serious injuries.
Summer Taylor, 24, died after being struck by a vehicle that plowed into a crowd of protesters on Interstate 5.
Coronavirus victims' names will be read over a loudspeaker from the Trump Death Clock truck, as it drives around the White House and Trump International Hotel.
"At a time when we are debating Confederate statues, I don't know what the difference is between the Confederacy and CHOP, other than slavery," Ari Fleischer said.
"What's the definition of 'terrorism'? To use violence and intimidation to frighten the public," Mark McCloskey said during a segment of CNN's "Cuomo Prime Time." "That's what happened to me. That's the damage I suffered."
"The citizens of this community, including members of this Metro Council, have been very upset with the perceived lack of transparency by the city," said committee chair Brent Ackerson said. "It's our intention, as a committee, to formally begin an investigation."
President Donald Trump retweeted a video of a white couple waving firearms at protesters outside their home Sunday evening, just hours after he retweeted - and later deleted - a post highlighting a "white power" supporter.
Dozens of Pride and Black Lives Matter protesters met outside First Baptist Dallas where several demonstrators taunted police officers with doughnuts on a string.
The president on Sunday retweeted and later deleted the tweet of a video showing two sets of Florida seniors in competing protests.
A woman shouted at Black Lives Matter protesters that she would "teach [her] grandkids to hate all of you," while wrapped in a Confederate flag, before shouting, "KKK belief."
"We are angry and outraged, and cannot state strongly enough how seriously we take this heinous act. We have launched an immediate investigation," NASCAR said in a statement.
"We are calling on all Republican officials to condemn these actions and to hold their party accountable for putting lives at risk in order to hold onto power."
During a Zoom meeting, people from Shelby Township called for Police Chief Robert Shelide's removal following controversial tweets on a since-deleted account.
The woman in the video is a second-grade teacher who says she panicked after protesters chanted obscenities near her home.
The Shorewood Police Department on Sunday said the woman, identified as attorney Stephanie Rapkin, was taken into custody on Saturday evening.
"A lot of [protesters] are just violent looters, and lawless criminals at this point because they are engaging in violence," Massie said.