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Bobby Jindal joined Stuart Varney on "Your World" today to react to the horrific shooting in Baton Rouge that left three police officers dead and three others injured.

The former governor of Louisiana said that now is the time for all our leaders, from President Obama down to local officials, to come out and say, "All lives matter."

"We don't need to be divided by racial lines, political lines, ideological lines," Jindal said. "We need to support our police."

He noted that between the recent attacks on police in Dallas and now Baton Rouge, eight law enforcement officers have been killed.

"They didn't die in the line of duty. They were executed. We need to support our men and women in blue."

Watch more above.


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