Giuliani: When Police 'Come to Save Your Life, They Don't Ask if You're Black or White'
A fired-up Rudy Giuliani delivered a speech at the Republican National Convention, saying the presumptive GOP nominee will do for America "what I did for New York."
The former New York mayor thanked all of the country's police officers for keeping America safe, regardless of race, gender, creed or sexual orientation.
"When they come to save your life, they don't ask if you are black or white, they just come to save you!" Giuliani said.
"What happened to, 'there's no black America, there's no white America, there is just America'?"
Giuliani called Trump a good friend, father and grandfather, saying they've been friends for 30 years. He said that Trump "is a man with a big heart, who loves people. All people."
Giuliani also railed against "Islamic extremist terrorism," telling any terrorists who might be watching, "you know who you are, and we are coming to get you."
Watch the full speech below.