Saturday, September 17, 2016

Trump gets the backing of the Police and the Military.

Trump gets the backing of the Police and the Military.
164 Flag Officer endorsements

“You just can’t fake this kind of authenticity, folks. There are many differences between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton, but the manner in which the Republican has consistently shown his respect and support for local heroes is one of the most obvious.

"Before boarding his airplane to leave Michigan, Donald Trump took the time to shake the hand of every police officer lined up on the tarmac to ensure his safety.
"Democrats used to be able to count on union support across the board, but that has all changed now.

"After living under seven plus years of Barack Obama’s failed policies, bad trade deals, and disrespect for law enforcement officers, union members and their leaders have had enough.
This kind of support is going to help him beat Hillary once for all!”  
"Angry Patriot Movement"

The largest police union in the United States, the Fraternal Order of Police, just endorsed Donald J. Trump for president.

Momentum Continues To Grow For Donald J. Trump Among Military Leaders, Bringing The Total Number Of Flag Officer Endorsements To 164
NEW YORK, NY – Today Donald J. Trump for President announced the endorsement of forty-four additional military flag officers, bringing his total number of flag officer endorsements to 164.

“I am grateful for the growing support of highly respected retired generals and admirals who have been so successful in defending our country. Working with our armed forces is the most important responsibility of the presidency. I thank each of these strong leaders for their dedicated service to our country and their confidence in me to serve as commander-in-chief. Our foreign policy must be guided by the principle of peace through strength, and to do this we must commit to strengthening our military so that it remains the finest fighting force on the planet.”– Donald J. Trump

View the full list of Flag Officers here

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