Stop-and-frisk is the controversial tactic first introduced in Mayor Rudy Giuliani's New York City, allowing police to frisk any pedestrian they suspect of wrongdoing. Proponents claim the practice, which ended in 2013, helped reduce crime, but opponents insist it was racist at heart, considering police ended up stopping minorities at a much higher rate.
When asked if Gov. Mike Pence's compassionate conservatism could act as a counterbalance to Trump's bombastic behavior, Jackson was doubtful.
"He has a high hill to climb if he's going to do that," Jackson said.