WATCH – Trump REFUSED To Board His Plane Before He Did THIS, Make Him President!

If you believe everything you read in the media then you would think that Donald Trump is the spawn of Satan. Even when he is personable, kind, funny, like during his appearance on Jimmy Fallon a few nights ago people rip him to shreds. Deservedly so or not. But what he did right before leaving Michigan and boarding his plane will certainly break any notion you had of him before.

Donald Trump shook the hand of every single police officer that was lined up on the Tarmac to protect him before boarding his plane. His love for veterans certainly extends to our friends in blue.

At a recent rally in North Carolina he said he backed them “1,000 percent” and called what they do every day incredible. These sentiments surely are not shared by Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton. Whose disdain for law enforcement as well as other liberals disdain is so grossly apparent.

The Fraternal Order of Police even endorsed Trump in a public statement saying,

“Trump has seriously looked at the issues facing law enforcement today. He understands and supports our priorities, and our members believe he will make America safe again. He’s made a real commitment to America’s law enforcement, and we’re proud to make a commitment to him and his campaign by endorsing his candidacy today.”

Clearly Trump is doing something right if he is able to get this police unions support. Especially considering that unions stereotypically vote Democrat. Apparently after eight years of Obama they cannot afford to vote Democrat anymore. Who would blame them.

Say what you want about Donald Trump, good, bad,my pretty or ugly. It is very clear he has a respect and reverence for military soldiers, veterans, and law enforcement officers. Something very hard to find in our current batch of candidates.

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