President Trump Receives First Ever Unanimous Endorsement From the Fraternal Order of Police!


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This happened a few days ago, but I didn't see any Major Networks carry the announcement.

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From one of President Trump's "peaceful protests" last week, he announced he had received the first ever unanimous endorsement from the Fraternal Order of Police.

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Never happened before.

The entire rally is great, but watch the announcement beginning at the 38:00 minute mark:

Here's more, from Fox News:

The Fraternal Order of Police endorsed President Trump’s reelection on Friday, saying he has the “full and enthusiastic support” of its more than 355,000 members.

FOP President Patrick Yoes made the announcement Friday morning that the organization, which is the largest law enforcement labor organization in the country, had “unanimously voted to endorse” Trump. The FOP also endorsed Trump in 2016.

“Public safety will undoubtedly be a main focus for voters in this year’s election,” Yoes said. “Look at what the national discourse has focused on for the last six months. President Trump has shown time after time that he supports our law enforcement officers and understands the issues our members face every day.”

Yoes, in a reference to Trump's response to unrest in America's cities that has flared since the death of George Floyd in police custody, added that “the FOP is proud to endorse a candidate who calls for law and order across our nation.”

He said the decision was made through “canvassing the more than 355,000 FOP members throughout the country.”

Yoes went on to tout the FOP’s support as “one of the most sought-after endorsements by candidates running for the presidency.”

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“We have a responsibility to our members, to the 800,000 sworn law enforcement officers in the United States, and to the communities they serve to do our part in determining the direction in which our country will head,” Yoes added.


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