SCARBOROUGH: You had a statement talking about how a normal white American could never understand what it's like being black in America. You see what's happening in Baton Rouge. You see what's happening across the country. How do we move forward, especially on the issue of race?
GINGRICH: Well, the risk of once again being divisive. As long as you have Barack Obama doing what he did over the last few years. You've had 7 1/2 years of a black president. 7 1/2 years of a black attorney general. Gallup report race relations are worse than any time in the last 17 years. Why? Because how often has he hit the police. He hit the police in Cambridge and he was wrong. He hit the police in Ferguson, he was wrong. He hit the police about Florida, he was wrong. At what point does the president have some obligation to say – you know there are two parts of this. One. We have got to better understand the experience of being black in America and in places like Chicago where 3,200 people have been killed in the Obama presidency, we better have a strategy that works. We don't.
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