When it comes to Hillary and Trump there are some striking differences in their approach to the men and women the serve our country.
Hillary serves to repeat the Obama administration in every aspect, ignoring the people that put their lives on the line and ripping America apart. Trump on the other hand, stops what he’s doing and “exhibits a reverence” for local heros.
This is the kid of leadership America needs, one that doesn’t blow a lot of hot air, but gets up and DOES SOMETHING!
Fury News has the full report:
Before boarding his airplane, Trump Force One, to leave Michigan last week, Donald Trump refused to leave immediately. Instead of mounting the steps to his fueled and ready plane, Trump bypassed the steps and took the time to greet, shake hands with and pose for pictures with the line of police officers lined up beside his plane.
Trump has long touted to be the “law and order” candidate over the past year and has often expressed his deep appreciation for the many police officers and the life threatening risks they deal with on a daily basis.
For a busy man like Trump to take the time to personally greet and thank the men and women who protected him during his visit to Michigan is a testament to his stance with law enforcement. Words can express in detail the beliefs or grievances one holds, but their actions always speak louder than their words.
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) September 15, 2016
These presidential actions have led to many endorsements by organizations. In March, theNational Border Patrol Council – who has never endorsed a presidential candidate – endorsed Trump for president. The largest police union in the nation, the Fraternal Order of Police, has also endorsed Trump’s presidential nomination. s formal endorsement of Trump as its preference to be the next president of the United States.
“[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,” said Chuck Canterbury, the FOP’s national president. “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.”