Rosenstein is joining Trump for an address to the annual convention of the International Association of Police Chiefs.
The Chicago Sun-Times has learned the Justice Department will have announcements on Chicago later this week. "So it works. Gotta be properly applied, but stop and frisk works".
If Trump is saying the Chicago Police Department should "do" stop and frisk, it already is.
As noted by The Hill, the president pointed to "stop and frisk" during the 2016 campaign.
"Rudy Giuliani, when he was mayor of New York City, had a very strong program of stop and frisk, and it went from an unacceptably unsafe city to one of the safest city in the country and I think the safest big city in the country, so it works", Trump said.
He did say that he had directed the U.S. Attorney General's office to "immediately go to the great city ion Chicago to help straighten out the bad shooting wave". There is no reason for what's going on there. I actually have a good relationship other than there's been no collusion, folks, no collusion.
"Rudy Giuliani when he was mayor of New York City had a very strong program of stop and frisk, and it went from an unacceptably unsafe city in one of the safest cities in the country, and I think the safest big city in the country".
Keys studied cops' stops under an agreement that took effect on January 1, 2016 between the department and the American Civil Liberties Union.
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He decried "disgraceful" politicians who criticize police actions.
Trump has repeatedly brought up gang-fueled gun violence in Chicago and charged that the city's Democratic mayor, former Clintonista Rahm Emanuel, had tied cops' hands.
But, that's not the kind of help Donald Trump is offering. We´ll be talking on the plane. "I haven't heard him say that again to me".
Chicago police said last week that there have been 102 fewer homicides and almost 500 fewer shooting victims in the city this year, compared to the first nine months of 2017.
"I said, 'Brett, congratulations".
In August 2015, the ACLU pressed for expanded reporting on investigatory stops in Chicago after releasing a study showing minorities have been predominately targeted for stops here. It was the most extensive known meeting between the two since the New York Times report. Most of those stopped were African-Americans. "It works and it was meant for problems like Chicago".
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