Amid the coronavirus pandemic and civil unrest, law enforcement officials in several U.S. cities are wrestling with a surge in violent crimes.

Former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani is credited for bringing the crime rate down in the Big Apple during his leadership in the 1990s.

Earlier this week, Rundown host Dave Anthony checked back in with Giuliani to get his take on what's going on in cities like Portland, Chicago and others. He had some harsh criticisms for the Democratic leaders in those troubled areas and offered some advice on ways to quell the violence.

Giuliani, who is also now President Donald Trump's personal attorney, also weighed in on the federal government's response to the nationwide unrest and Attorney General William Barr's contentious testimony before the House Judiciary Committee earlier this week.

The man some call "America's Mayor" had a lot to say about a lot of subjects and we could not fit it all in to our original segment due to time. On The Fox News Rundown Extra you will our full, unedited conversation with Former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani.