Leaders across the country need to come together to address the pain and frustration felt by black Americans, former Democratic National Committee interim chairwoman Donna Brazile said Saturday.

In an interview on “Fox & Friends Weekend” with host Griff Jenkins, Brazile said she woke up this morning with a heavy heart.

“As you know Griff, we’re in a crisis. And, at a moment like this, it’s very important that all of our nation’s leaders, not just those who are elected but community leaders, the clergy — everyone — come together,” she said. “This is one of those crises where we do need empathy, we need an understanding of why this pain, why this trauma is causing so much grief.”

Brazile said the damage being caused by rioters and looters shouldn’t overshadow the efforts of demonstrators trying to peacefully honor 46-year-old George Floyd and call for justice.

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