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Trump's silence on recent police killings is due to fact-checking—no, seriously

Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton spoke out forcefully on the recent police killings of black men in Tulsa and Charlotte. But Repulican presidential nominee Donald Trump? Not so much. According to the c o-chair of Trump’s national diversity coalition, Brunell Donald-Kyei, it’s because he’s waiting to get all the facts. Asked by CNN’s Chris Cuomo why Trump was “uncharacteristically” silent about the shootings when he comments on everything else, Donald-Kyei said: “I believe that Mr.
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