FIRST RESPONDERS ROUND TABLE

St. John's County Sheriff's Office
St. John's County Sheriff's Office

10/24/2016

VIDEO SOURCE: Patriotic Populist - YouTube

Published on Oct 24, 2016
Donald Trump got a standing ovation as he walked into a room full of first responders in St. Johns County. On Monday, Trump sat between St. Johns County Sheriff David Shoar and Brevard County Sheriff Wayne Ivey and with a backdrop bearing the words “Taking care of people.” Trump vowed to protect those in uniform if elected. “You’re in a very tough position, but you get no backing, you don’t get any backing, so that will change,” Trump said. Inside the room were police officers, firefighters and paramedics. Many voiced their concerns about not feeling support from the White House and some described feeling under attack. In all, he spoke to the group for about 20 minutes, claiming that he’s going to win and citing that some polls have him ahead of the election. He also thanked the first responders for their support.


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