- Associated Press - Monday, July 18, 2016

DENVER (AP) - Colorado U.S. Senate candidate Darryl Glenn touched on race issues and pledged his support for law enforcement before taking a swipe at Hillary Clinton during a speech at the Republican National Convention.

The El Paso County commissioner, who is black, called President Barack Obama the “Divider in Chief” and told the crowd Monday night that the country is more racially divided now than when Obama ran for office. He added that Obama’s rhetoric has a direct effect on relationships between communities and police.

Referring to Clinton, Glenn said, “We all know she loves her pantsuits … but we should send her an email and tell her that she deserves a bright orange jumpsuit.”

Glenn is challenging incumbent Democrat Michael Bennet, and he’s a strong supporter of Donald Trump.


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