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Donald Trump Says Stop-and-Frisk Can Help Troubled Black Communities

Donald Trump would combat violence in troubled black communities by encouraging or implementing stop-and-frisk, the Republican presidential candidate said Wednesday at the New Spirit Revival Center in Cleveland Heights, Ohio, an African-American church. An audience member posed the question during the town hall-style event, filmed for the Fox News television show Hannity.
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