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African-Americans face a greater threat from black-on-black crime than they do from law enforcement, Sheriff David Clarke said on "America's Newsroom" today.

He argued that police use of deadly force against African-American citizens is an "aberration," while gang and drug-fueled violence in black communities in cities like Chicago is an epidemic.

"If they really took a look at what was going on around them, what they'd be railing against is not the police and the police use of force," Clarke said.

"Their biggest threat [is] criminal gangs, and it's other black males who are involved in this crime and violence in numbers that are disproportionate to their numbers in the population."

Watch more above, and share your reaction to Clarke's remarks in the comments.

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