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Brunell Donald-Kyei, former vice-chair of Diversity Outreach at the National Diversity Coalition for Trump, says that she supports peaceful protest, but she's urging anti-Donald Trump demonstrators to refrain from violence and vandalism.

"Your fellow Americans are out there working every day just like you are," Donald-Kyei said on "The Cost of Freedom" today. "Their businesses should not be destroyed, their cars and personal property should not be destroyed. Those are your fellow Americans."

"Don't hurt your own fellow Americans. Don't hurt your country."

Donald-Kyei called on Hillary Clinton to speak out and help reduce the tensions after Trump's victory.

"She should step forward and she should calm the fears and the hurt of her people that voted for her," Donald-Kyei said. "I think that that will smooth over a lot with them, as well as our president, maybe together the both of them, addressing the nation."

"We have to be healed. We have to show a united front."

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