The presumptive presidential nominees are reacting to Thursday night's attack on police in Dallas. Chip Reid reports from Scranton, Pennsylvania, where Hillary Clinton had scheduled a rally with Vice President Joe Biden. Both campaigns have canceled or
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Published: 2021-04-19 07:56 am
Presidential candidates react to deadly ambush on Dallas police
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