Press Sec McEnany American People Have Seen Very Clearly Where The Democrat Party Of Today Stands
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[Reporter:] Source: LYBIO.net
Thank you, Kayleigh. So the President is meeting this morning, in a few minutes, with the National Association of Police Organizations. In 2008 and 2012, they supported Barack Obama and Joe Biden. In 2016, they didn’t support either candidate. And now, in 2020, they’re endorsing President Trump. To what does the White House attribute this change in support?
[Kayleigh McEnany:] Source: LYBIO.net
Well, it’s clearly a change in the Democrat Party, Jen. When you look at the polling on defunding the police: ABC News/Ipsos poll, 64 percent oppose defunding the police; Huffington Post, 57 percent oppose; Rasmussen, 59 percent oppose.
But make no mistake, Democrats want to defund our law enforcement, and it comes at a time where 64 percent of Americans say they are concerned that growing criticism of America’s police will lead to a shortage of police officers and reduce public safety in the community where they live.
The American people have seen very clearly where the Democrat Party of today stands. It’s at an unacceptable place. And I think that this administration has shown great respect for our law enforcement who every day are out there defending and protecting our streets in Democrat-run cities that have turned abundantly chaotic because of their lack of support and respect for law enforcement.
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