Obama: ‘Huge Spike’ in Crime in Chicago Is an Isolated Problem

‘The fact that crime overall is much lower around the country than it was when I took office,’

OBAMA: "The fact that crime overall is much lower around the country than it was when I took office, and that Chicago is the one big city where you’ve seen this huge spike means that there is something specifically that is happening there and that means we can fix it if we work together."

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