Ron Hosko: Under the Obama Administration the Presumption Was that the Police Were Racist

‘There’s a trump effect going on’

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HOSKO: "Well, look, since the days of his campaign that the president went out of his way to thank the men and women in law enforcement for their sacrifice and say effectively I stand with you. That is 180 degrees away from the last few years. Really, going back to 2009 of the Obama administration where the presumption was that the police were racist, the police did something wrong until proven innocent. And -- and I think that tone maybe we’re sensing or feeling a Trump effect now because we’re seeing violent crime start to eke back down in some big cites, police attacks seem to be going down."
VITTERT: "Interesting."
HOSKO: "So maybe there’s a Trump effect going on."

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