Trump says there is ‘no noticeable partnership’ between feds and local police

Washington Post

“Currently, there is no noticeable partnership between the federal government and state and local law enforcement. That will dramatically change in a Trump administration.”

The International Association of Chiefs of Police recently submitted a questionnaire to Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton to get a more thorough understanding of each candidate’s views on law enforcement.

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Donald Trump answered with specific solutions to prevalent problems, saying that he would dramatically revamp the relationship between local and federal law enforcement, which is currently non-existent. A Trump administration would restore law and order, protect the second amendment, and preserve the sovereignty of states on local issues.

Hillary Clinton deflected with the same platitudes that have led to the rise of racial tensions, growing mistrust of police and, recently, the worst mass shooting in American history. In character with her practices of federal control and of throwing money at a broken system, Clinton said that she would fund body cameras for every police department in America.

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