Actions speak louder than words and Giuliani is calling Obama out on his.
Former New York City mayor Rudy Giuliani is coming out strong in defense of law enforcement with a message he says Obama should be telling America’s youth – respect authority.
Giuliani sat down with Fox News’ Bill O’Reilly Thursday night to discuss the growing tension aimed at law enforcement. Giuliani said the toxic attitude starts from the top down.
“So you believe the president should be speaking out?” O’Reilly asked.
“The President of the United States should say to all children, black, white, all children, here’s the rule kids… When a cop tells you to go, you go.
“You say ‘yes sir, no sir,’”
Giuliani didn’t say that he necessarily believes Obama has a problem with respecting authority, but that he does seem to have a grudge – or something – against cops.
“When you have Al Sharpton sitting next to you, which is like… how ‘bout you carry a poster saying, ‘hate police,’” he said.
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