Donald Trump: Dallas shootings have 'shaken the soul of our nation'

Donald Trump: Dallas shootings have 'shaken the soul of our nation'

Donald Trump: Dallas shootings have 'shaken the soul of our nation'

In a lengthy statement, Trump denounced the "execution-style shootings" as "a coordinated, premeditate assault on the men and women who keep us safe".

Earlier Friday, Trump issued a statement on the shootings in which he said the U.S.

Clinton and Trump react to Dallas shooting Clinton posted this on Twitter, and did not tweet anything else for hours afterward. "We need to be bringing people together, and I've said on the campaign trail repeatedly, we need more love and kindness, and I know that's not usually what presidential candidates say, but I believe it, and I'm going to be speaking about it from now, all the way into the White House and beyond".

Clinton, the presumptive Democratic nominee, has postponed a rally scheduled for Friday in Pennsylvania, but still plans to travel to Philadelphia for a scheduled appearance at the African Methodist Episcopal Convention. "Those police officers were protecting a peaceful protest. that is a hallmark of America", she said.

First, there were the killings-by police-of Philando Castile in Minnesota and Alton Sterling in Louisiana.

The Scranton event would have been the presumptive Democratic presidential nominee's first time campaigning with the vice president and is now the second time this summer Clinton has been forced to postpone an event because of a shooting.

Pence is also set to appear with Trump at an Indianapolis-area rally after the fundraiser.

Trump tweeted: "Prayers and condolences to all of the families who are so thoroughly devastated by the horrors we are all watching take place in our country".

But this week, they arrived for the first time at what, at times, felt like similar strategies, with Trump taming his characteristic bombast-which he tends to apply during domestic or global terror attacks-to meet Clinton somewhere in the middle.

Cruz also praised police officers' courageous response to the attacks.

In the CNN interview, Clinton emphasized the need for empathy for both black communities affected by police brutality and law enforcement officers targeted due to their race and profession. They are not reflective of Mr. Trump's position, nor are they indicative of Mr. Trump's personal value system on the horrific events in Dallas and the last several days, with so many people killed. "In times like this we must remember - and emphasize - the importance of uniting as Americans".

"White Americans need to do a better job of listening when African Americans talk about the seen and unseen barriers you face every day".

Bratton said during a news conference Friday that his department is not interested in getting involved in the politics of the moment. He's right that "more" needs to be done, but I have no confidence that the "more" in question will involve increased scrutiny of the police.

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