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The Presidential candidates are weighing on the shootings of black men in two cities. Democrat Hillary Clinton has taken to Twitter, and Republican Donald Trump called for unity at a meeting of pastors in Cleveland.

FOX's Rachel Sutherland reports from Washington:

The Republican spoke to a gathering of pastors in Cleveland: 

(Trump) "Charlotte and Tulsa and problems and we want to see that unify as quickly as possible, those are two problems and we have to get that unified and taken care of. It's sad to see."

Democrat Hillary Clinton also weighing in on Twitter, saying, "Keith Lamont Scott. Terence Crutcher. Too many others. This has got to end."

Trump today also praised his former political rival Dr. Ben Carson, calling him a "brilliant guy" and said if he wins the White House, "there will be a great place for Ben."

Rachel Sutherland, FOX News.

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