President Obama: Ferguson Is No "Excuse For Violence"

Watch an excerpt of the President's interview with ABC as he urges protesters to remain peaceful.

As the world anxiously awaits the grand jury's verdict on whether to indict Michael Brown's shooter, Ferguson, Missouri police officer Darren Wilson, discussions about protestor reactions are looming. In an interview with ABC's George Stephanopolous expected to air Sunday, President Barack Obama was asked what his message was to the people of Ferguson and those looking to protest. "I think first and foremost––keep protest peaceful," said the President. Watch the excerpt above and tune into ABC for the full clip tomorrow.

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