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"Hostility Against Our Police Has to End" - Trump

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Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump rallied his supporters at the Grand Park Events Centre in Westfield, Indiana, on Tuesday, one week before the Republican National Convention is set to begin. Speaking on the shooting of Dallas police officers last week, Trump stated that "when our police are attacked, our entire nation is attacked," adding that "the message must be delivered clearly for all to hear - the hostility against our police has to end.

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