PUBLISHED: 01:34, Thu, Sep 24, 2020 | UPDATED: 01:34, Thu, Sep 24, 2020
As a reporter continues to ask questions about the case the president says: “I’m going to leave for an emergency phone call. “I’ll be back, I’ll see you tomorrow. A big day!”
Ms Taylor, a black health worker, died on March 13 in Louisville after being shot several times as police entered her home.
On Wednesday it emerged none of the three police officers involved would be charged over the shooting.
However, Brett Hankison, was charged with wanton endangerment for allegedly firing into a neighbouring apartment.
The response infuriated campaigners who gathered in Louisville to protest the ruling.
Donald Trump left a White House press conference to take an "emergency phone call" (Image: GETTY)
President Trump speaking at the White House press conference (Image: GETTY)
There were some clashes with police, with video showing bottles being thrown, and a number of arrests.
Video footage also showed members of a heavily armed militia in Louisville, some of whom were chanting “USA, USA”.
Earlier Mr Trump was asked what his message is to America’s “black community” following the Breonna Taylor ruling.
He replied: “My message is I love the black community.
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Protestors clash with police in Louisville after the Breonna Taylor ruling (Image: GETTY)
“I've done more for the Black community than any other president, I say with a possible exception of Abraham Lincoln.”
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