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Giuliani: Milwaukee a Symptom of Anti-Police Rhetoric From the Top

(Fox News/"Fox & Friends")

By    |   Monday, 15 Aug 2016 09:22 AM

Rudy Giuliani said Monday that the events in Milwaukee over the weekend are symptomatic of anti-police rhetoric from the White House on down the past two years.

In an interview on Fox News' "Fox & Friends" program, the former New York City mayor said the rioting in Milwaukee shows "how bad things have become in America."

"If they can riot over something like this, it makes Donald Trump's point — that law and order is out of control in America," Giuliani said on Fox's morning show. "And it's out of control, not because we're having bad weather. It's out of control from the very top. We've had two years of anti-police rhetoric."

Giuliani cited Ferguson and Baltimore as two cities that have been the focus of Obama's Justice Department and Hillary Clinton's assertions of guilt of police officers where, subsequently, there have been nothing but exonerations of law enforcement.

"It's fair to say, they've created an atmosphere where this kind of rioting can happen when a perfectly justifiable shooting happens between men of the same race."

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Rudy Giuliani said Monday that the events in Milwaukee over the weekend are symptomatic of anti-police rhetoric from the White House on down the past two years.
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