Police-community relations have been a flash point as of late; in the debate, Clinton suggested police officers have implicit biases.
As Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump argued over race relations in America and the controversial “stop-and-frisk” – which Trump wants to expand – Hillary Clinton made a statement that may cause some to accuse her of painting with a broad brush.
She suggested that police officers have an implicit bias problems when it comes to profiling members of their communities. But then she went further, saying that implicit bias charge applied to everyone:
Clinton: "Implicit bias is a problem for everyone, not just police," need better training of officers, support for officers' mental health
— Hilary Beaumont (@HilaryBeaumont) September 27, 2016
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