President Barack Obama walks to Air Force One at Andrews Air Force Base before departing for Warsaw, Poland, July 7, 2016.
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Just one day after President Barack Obama addressed the police killings of Alton Sterling, 37, in Baton Rouge, La., and Philando Castile, 32, in Falcon Heights, Minn., he once again took to the podium, this time to address the sniper shooting in Dallas that claimed the lives of five police officers and injured six more.

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Speaking from Warsaw, Poland, where he is attending a NATO summit, President Obama called the killings in Dallas "senseless murders" and promised that "justice will be done."

He made it clear that he would have more to say as the attackers' "twisted motives" became clear, but reaffirmed his commitment to the safety of all law-enforcement officers.

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"Let me just say, even as yesterday I spoke about our need to be concerned as all Americans about racial discrimination in our criminal-justice system. I also said our police have an extremely difficult job and the vast majority do their job in outstanding fashion," Obama said.

Watch President Obama’s complete remarks below. If video does not play, click here.