CHICAGO (WLS) -- The city of Chicago came up several times during Tuesday night's presidential debate.
Chicago Judge Amy Coney Barrett was referenced, but so was the city's gun violence.
President Donald Trump used Chicago as an example of a Democratic-led city full of violence.
"If you look at Chicago, what's going on in Chicago, where 53 people were shot and eight died -- shot!" Trump said.
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The president's comments garnered attention from city leaders.
Mayor Lori Lightfoot tweeted at the president, "keep Chicago out of your lying mouth."
The next two presidential debates are set for Oct. 15 and 22.
The first debate between Trump and Democratic challenger Joe Biden deteriorated into bitter taunts and near chaos as Trump repeatedly interrupted his opponent with angry, and personal, jabs that sometimes overshadowed the sharply different visions each man has for a nation facing historic crises.
The two men frequently talked over each other with Trump interrupting, nearly shouting, so often that Biden eventually snapped at him, "Will you shut up, man?"
The Associated Press contributed to this report.
'Keep Chicago out of your lying mouth'; in presidential debate reaction, Lightfoot calls out Trump for gun violence comment
Trump used Chicago as an example of a Democratic-led city full of violence