POLICE/PROTESTS: [Harris Faulkner: “‘When the looting starts, the shooting starts.’ Why those words?”] “So that’s an expression I’ve heard over the years…

mean, I’ve had it viewed both ways. I think it’s meant both ways, not by the same person. But when the looting starts, it oftentimes means there’s going to be shooting, there’s going to be death, there’s going to be killing. And it’s a bad thing. And it’s also used as a threat. It’s used both ways. But if you think about it, look at what happened, how people were devastated with the looting. Look at what happened.”

-Donald Trump as quoted by Factbase, “Interview: Harris Faulker Interviews Donald Trump in Dallas for Fox News,” factba.se, June 11, 2020