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Pres. Obama: We Should Be Able to Hear the Pain of Alton Sterling's Family

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While speaking at the interfaith memorial in Dallas, President Obama said even those who dislike the phrase "Black Lives Matter" should be able to understand the pain of Alton Sterling's family.