President Trump will visit Kenosha, Wis., on Tuesday following da…

President TrumpDonald John TrumpKanye West sues to get on Wisconsin ballot after being rejectedMary Trump reveals recordings of Trump’s sister swiping at Ivanka, EricLeonard Cohen lawyer considers legal action after RNC uses song after Trump acceptance speechMORE will visit Kenosha, Wis., on Tuesday following days of unrest in the city in response to the police shooting of Jacob Blake on Sunday.
Trump will meet with law enforcement and survey damage from recent riots, a White House spokesperson told reporters Saturday.
On Sunday, Blake, a 29-year-old Black man was tased twice by one officer and then went around his car, opened the driver’s side door and leaned in when Officer Rusten Sheskey fired on him seven times, the Wisconsin DOJ said Friday.
Blakes family said he is expected to recover but is partially paralyzed. His shooting led to days of unrest and protests in Kenosha. And while most of the protests have been peaceful, there have been instances of looting, fires and violence.
On Tuesday night, two protesters were shot and killed and another was injured. Officials later arrested suspect Kyle Rittenhouse, a 17-year-old from Illinois, who faces multiple homicide charges.
Blakes father, also named Jacob Blake, said Friday that the president hasnt reached out to him.
Trump also did not mention what happened to Blake during his Republican National Convention speech on Thursday, but condemned rioting, looting, arson and violence he said had taken hold in Democratic-run cities. 
Wisconsin, which Trump narrowly won in the 2016 election, is a key swing state in the November election. Democratic presidential nominee Joe BidenJoe BidenKanye West sues to get on Wisconsin ballot after being rejectedTrump: I want to see first woman president, but not HarrisTrump decries DC protesters as ‘thugs’MORE has been leading in polls in the state, with a poll average compiled from FiveThirtyEight putting him over 6 points ahead of Trump.