Trump Singles Out Chicago’s Violence During Debate
(Hempstead, NY) — Donald Trump continues to single out Chicago when discussing law enforcement reform in the country. In the first presidential debate at New York’s Hofstra University last night, the Republican nominee said almost four-thousand people have been shot and killed in the city since President Obama took office. He called for bringing back law and order including the controversial stop-and-frisk policy. Trump also referenced Chicago’s violence during his speech at the Republican National Convention in July.
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