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DNAinfo Radio: A Chat About What Trump Said About 'War-Torn' Chicago

By Mark Konkol | September 28, 2016 9:49am
 Donald Trump injected the controversial stop-and-frisk debate into the presidential election.
Donald Trump injected the controversial stop-and-frisk debate into the presidential election.
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DNAinfo New York

Provincial Chicagoans are quick to defend our town against any out-of-towner who talks smack about our city.

So, when Donald Trump used Chicago as a slur and our shooting problem as good reason for reviving the practice of stop-and-frisk policing in America's poverty-stricken minority neighborhoods — a procedure ruled unconstitutional — it wasn't much of a surprise that some of us would respond with our dukes up.

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Listen to DNAinfo Radio's Matt Bubala and I discuss the politics of violence in Chicago