Friday on Fox News Channel’s “Fox & Friends,” Milwaukee Co., WI Sheriff David Clarke attacked President Barack Obama in the wake of Thursday’s shooting in Dallas that so far as resulted in the deaths of five police officers.
Clarke argued Obama had used his words “irresponsibly” and that is what fuels the anti-police sentiment.
“It’s kind of interesting that he said the facts aren’t in,” Clarke said. “He’s usually popping off at the mouth before he’s been briefed or before he knows any of the facts or like he did yesterday without any foundation. He talked about racism and disparage treatment and people of color and all this nonsense. Like I said, he’s armed with powerful words and he’s usually the words irresponsibly. It fuels this sort of anger toward the American police officer and I wish he’d knock it off.”
With less than 10 days to go before the Republican National Convention, where he is expected to officially become the party’s presidential nominee, Donald Trump met with House and Senate Republicans Thursday in an attempt to unify the party. VOA’s congressional correspondent Katherine Gypson reports.
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