DALLAS (CBSDFW.COM/AP) – The White House says President Barack Obama will travel to Dallas on Tuesday and deliver remarks at an interfaith memorial service.READ MORE: Watauga Resident Wins $1K Per Week For Next 20 Years
The service will take place at the Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center. The White House says Obama is making the trip at the invitation of Dallas Mayor Mike Rawlings.
Five officers were killed and seven were wounded when a gunman opened fire on a protest march in Dallas on Thursday.READ MORE: DeSoto Shooting Suspect Julian Jones Facing Murder Charge For Killing Of Terrence Demus Jr.
The attack occurred shortly after Obama had arrived for a NATO summit in Poland. He cut his visit to Spain short by a day and has spoken daily during the trip about the attacks, calling for police and protesters to “listen to each other.”
According to a press release, Vice President Joe Biden, former president George W. Bush, and Laura Bush will also be in attendance at the memorial serviceMORE NEWS: 'Operation Warm' Delivering New Shoes And Socks To Some Fort Worth ISD Campuses
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