Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump called for a national anti-crime agenda in the wake of unrest in Charlotte, North Carolina after the latest high-profile shooting of a black man by police.
"Our country looks bad to the world. How can we lead when we can't control our cities?" Trump says at a campaign event in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
Trump, who has touted himself as being tough on crime and frequently lauds the work of the police, describes ongoing violence as a "national crisis" and vows to work with local officials to "save African-American lives" and reduce crime.
"We need a national anti-crime agenda to make our country safe," he says.
Thursday, September 22, 2016 - 19:00