Outrageous Police Union 'Disappointed & Shocked' After Being Snubbed by Hillary
Officials with the largest police union in the country are saying that they were snubbed by Hillary Clinton.
The National Fraternal Order of Police, which represents nearly half of all cops in the country, says that Clinton didn't seek their endorsement and isn't even talking to them.
"It sends a powerful message. To be honest with you, I was disappointed and shocked," Chuck Canterbury, president of union, told The Hill. "You would think with law enforcement issues so much in the news that even if she had disagreements with our positions, that she would’ve been willing to say that."
The Hill reported that Donald Trump, who is running as the "law and order" candidate, is now actively seeking the union's endorsement.
The union, which represents 335,000 members, last endorsed a Democratic candidate in 1996, when it supported incumbent President Bill Clinton.
The Hill asked Canterbury if he thought Hillary Clinton respected police, to which he replied, “Can’t answer that question. Don’t know."
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