Son of Mom Shielded by Officers in Dallas Tells Obama He Wants to Become Cop

Jermar Taylor and his brothers attended the town hall on race for his parents.
3:10 | 07/15/16

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Going to be it police officer when I get old game. In day to do you don't be a police officer is definitely try to make his word that a place in my geez I came in day didn't. Connolly still keeps in adult day not all police officers are bed some police obvious makes this state. Conditions would only till people. Well. I think he'll make an outstanding police officer I met your mom. And your dad. And there were very proud of you. Now that. Cash her leg is laid out she's expecting help from you were on the house. Because minors area dead still got work. He believed. Reza tow truck it's so he's gone a lot. And you got a lot of Brothers and some. What he got five in the house so. The sensible police. Are there to serve and protect you can start practicing now by serving. Omar. There was some investors may be cooking a little bit. But but we're very proud of ya I will say this David. I met. This family. Immediately after I had met with the families. The fallen officers. That we were memorialize. And that's always the hardest thing I do was press. Try and to comfort. A family who just lost. Somebody. And comfort kids. Who. Are the same age as you. So you had. Children who had lost their father. You had. Latino children who have lost. Their father. You have African American. Families who. Who lost their fathers. And I can tell you the grief is the same. The loss. Is the same and when I'm hugging those kids and telling them it's going to be okay. The only way I can deliver on that promise. Is if we make sure. That. All of us. Are looking out for all of those children. We've got we have an obligation to them. Each and ever want to. And that is something that I'm committed to not this is present United States but as a father myself. And I hope that all of us. Over the coming weeks and months and years. Take that's same approach. These are all our kids and we want an America. Where they feel safe and loved and cared for.

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