Democratic presumptive presidential nominee Hillary Clinton makes a plea to unite a divided nation and to end ''systemic racism'' a day after a sniper shot and killed five officers at the end of a protest against the police killings of two black men earlier in the week. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
ROUGH CUT (NO REPORTER NARRATION) In the wake of the recent fatal shooting of five police officers in Dallas and and the police killings of two black men earlier in the week, Democratic presumptive nominee Hillary Clinton made a call to unite Americans across race lines. "Ending the systemic racism that plagues our country, and rebuilding our communities, where the police and citizens all see themselves as being on the same side will require contributions from all of us," said Clinton during a speech in Philadelphia. A black U.S. Army reservist who served in the Afghan war and said he wanted to kill "white people" is suspected of killing the five police officers at a protest decrying police shootings of black men, officials said on Friday.