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"I always agree on waiting...to make a judgment" following a police-involved shooting incident, Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump said when asked about the death of Keith Scott in Charlotte, N.C.

Regarding questions on the matter at the presidential debate, Trump told Bill O'Reilly that Clinton was "petrified to talk about [the police] in a positive way", when pressed on such incidents.

"I thought her answer having to do with the police was very, very disrespectful to the police," he said.

Trump also discussed the ongoing national anthem protests among some professional athletes.

O'Reilly told the New York businessman that San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick, one of the most visible sportsmen and women taking part in the protests, spoke negatively about him today.

"I don't know what he said about me, but what he's doing is disgraceful," Trump said.

"He's making a tremendous amount of money [and living] the American dream."

Trump said Kaepernick has the right to protest but that he would not be happy with the quarterback if he was the team's owner.

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