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Milwaukee County Sheriff David Clarke appeared on "Fox and Friends" this morning to react to Hillary Clinton "pandering" on a black radio show by claiming that she always carries hot sauce in her bag.

Sheriff Clarke said Clinton's comment was "dehumanizing, embarrassing and disgusting."

He asserting that if any Republican candidate made a similar statement, it would derail their campaign.

He noted that the hosts of the radio show immediately responded that many in the black community would view her comment as obvious, offensive and stereotypical pandering.

"They saw right through it," Sheriff Clarke stated. "Black people know they're being pandered to."

He added that it's even more glaring because nothing has gotten better under Democratic leadership.

He pointed out that many cities with the highest poverty and crime rate are run by liberal Democrat mayors and politicians.


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