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Former NYC Mayor Rudy Giuliani was on with Brian on Kilmeade and Friends and weighed in on the riots in Baltimore.

Mayor Giuliani explained that when he ran the City he vowed not to allow riots in the city and took action to make it possible. He would not deny anyone their first amendment rights but protestors didn't have the right to affect the rest of the population. The Mayor went on to say that the way to stop a riot from developing is that you arrest the first person to throw a stone or break a window or put something on fire you do not allow a cooling off or venting period. He also talked about Orioles playing a baseball game against the White Sox at Camden Yards with no one in attendance and said he would not allow the rioters to prevent life from going continuing.