The president spoke about Thursday’s deadly shooting of five police officers in Dallas, and race relations in the United States, while attending a NATO summit meeting on Saturday in Warsaw.
WARSAW — President Obama expressed optimism on Saturday that the killings of young black men and white police officers this week have not left the United States as racially divided as it was during the strife and riots that racked the country in the 1960s.
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