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Milwaukee County Sheriff David Clarke spoke to Griff Jenkins on "On The Record" tonight about his meeting with Donald Trump, during which he and the Republican nominee discussed public safety issues.

Sheriff Clarke revealed the meeting was planned before violent protests broke out in Milwaukee following a police shooting of an armed African American man.

Sheriff Clarke said he wanted to give Trump an idea of what it's like for law enforcement "in the trenches."

"I'm at street-level. I'm meeting and dealing with people who are looking for safer neighborhoods, safer schools on a daily  basis, so I'm in touch with them," Sheriff Clarke said. "I know what their needs are, what their wants or desires are."

"[Trump] understands the importance of public safety."

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