President-Elect Donald Trump Recognizes “Law Enforcement Appreciation Day”…

On both Twitter and Facebook platforms President-Elect Donald Trump recognizes and thanks the men and women of law enforcement:

Thank you to all of the men and women who protect & serve our communities 24/7/365!


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47 Responses to President-Elect Donald Trump Recognizes “Law Enforcement Appreciation Day”…

  1. fleporeblog says:

    Blue Lives Matter and President Trump will do everything in his power to show it!

    Liked by 20 people

  2. Marygrace Powers says:


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  3. NJF says:

    Wonderful. ❤️

    Admittedly I’ve never paid this much attention before, but how many other PEs have continued to engage with voters after they won?

    It’s like he still cares…..(he does).

    Liked by 26 people

    • alliwantissometruth says:

      “but how many other PEs have continued to engage with voters after they won?”

      As far as I can remember, let’s see, that would be approximately…. um… zero, zilch, none

      And that’s just another example of how things have changed. Trump said he’s doing this for us, to give back, & he means it

      Every other PE becomes swallowed up by the establishment immediately after the election. They’re kept from the public & pretty much given an education on how things work in “their” town

      All the better for a PE to quickly get up to speed on the corruption, graft & secrecy that greases the wheels

      President Trump is keeping an open line of communication with we the people. He loves it. He has no interest (besides scrutinizing & breaking up) in the establishment & their ways of doing things

      He’s one of us, a deplorable, & you can tell how much he loves it & you can almost feel the bond between the leader & the people

      No, everything that Trump has done up to this point shows that this time it’s going to be different, way different. Trump isn’t going to Washington to join Washington, he’s going to Washington to give it a giant enema

      The executive toilets will probably be the busiest rooms in town

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      • JoeS says:

        “Trump said he’s doing this for us, to give back, & he means it”

        Great comment!

        Liked by 5 people

      • Keln says:

        I don’t doubt he truly cares, but on the practical side of things, Trump is smart and he knows he will be fighting against opposition at every turn over the next few years, even from his own party.

        He needs to have the People solidly with him. If they are, and they see their own elected officials trying to block him, they’ll put the pressure on. A mandate from the People is a powerful amount of leverage. So he wants Law Enforcement on his side. And he wants farmers and factory workers on his side. Even union workers if he can get them (and he did make a lot of in roads there during the election).

        Any Senator or Representative only has as much power as his or her constituents give them. And if a majority of their district are constantly saying “work with Trump”, they’ll just have to do it, or pay the political consequences.

        So I expect Trump will continue to engage directly with the People throughout his presidency. He doesn’t have the media to do it for him like the previous administration did. And he’s wise enough to know that connecting on a personal level is far more effective anyway.

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  4. freepetta says:

    I love that!! And I know President Trump has tons of respect for NYPD. Thank you Mr. President.

    Liked by 10 people

  5. Blondsense says:

    Thank you President Trump. Law enforcement departments across the country are proud of you and your AG Jeff Sessions. Please drain the swamp and restore law and order in our beautiful country. God bless us all.


    Liked by 11 people

  6. rsanchez1990 says:

    Thank you to our law enforcement officers. The silent majority is with you too!

    Liked by 9 people

  7. Fe says:

    I have nothing but yuge respect for the brave men and women in blue. God bless each and everyone.

    Liked by 5 people

  8. Rachel says:

    Beautiful pictures of our President with the Men in Blue. So very proud of him. He will be the greatest President ever, and I mean ever!

    Liked by 4 people

  9. Patriot1783 says:

    Thank 💙 You.

    Liked by 6 people

  10. citizen817 says:

    Liked by 22 people

  11. mikeyboo says:

    A president who actually appreciates these people unlike our recently awarded “distinguished-public-service” medal recipient otherwise known as waste-of-space.

    Liked by 4 people

    • Bailey02 says:

      Police Now Have Ways to Spot Drivers under the Influence of Drugs:
      Two police officers are working for checking drug user drivers for their safety. When they stop a car, the first officer said: “Good evening, Sir. What do you think of the “distinguished-public-service” medal that Obama awarded himself?”
      The driver answer: “I think it’s fabulous!”
      The second officer stepped in and told the first officer: “Slab the cuffs on him. He’s stoned out of his gourd.”

      Liked by 3 people

    • NickD says:

      “recently self-awarded”


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  12. justfactsplz says:

    A big thank you to all of our officers in blue who put your lives on the line every day to keep us safe. This war on cops will end thanks to President Elect Trump. Law and order will return. Either we are a nation of law and order or we have no country.

    Liked by 10 people

  13. Sandy says:

    Finally a President that shows his Support and appreciation for law enforcement, first responders, fireman etc. Trump is awesome!

    Liked by 4 people

  14. BakoCarl says:

    Law Enforcement Appreciation & Gratitude

    Polish your badge and see the shine,
    Put on your blues one more time,
    Check your weapon double, through and through.

    “See you soon” to those you love,
    A quick prayer to God above,
    To serve and protect . . . there’s so much to do.

    You are there for when they call,
    You are there throughout it all,
    Every single time they need you, you appear.

    They spit on you and curse you,
    And scream aloud to kill you,
    But do your job you will, your duty’s clear.

    And they say it to your face,
    You’re a pig and a disgrace;
    You stay the course, though the streets be mean.

    Millions support what you have done,
    My deepest thanks, though I’m just one,
    You’re braver and better men than most have been.

    Liked by 8 people

  15. maiingankwe says:

    Now who wasn’t smiling and feeling good when looking at all of the pictures above?

    Even Trump had to take a selfie, and I just thought that was really super cool.

    I’m so excited to have a president that truly loves us and wants the best for all.

    Liked by 4 people

  16. yakmaster2 says:

    I appreciate America’s Law Enforcement personnel and I love President Trump!💕

    Liked by 2 people

  17. citizen817 says:

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  18. Trainer says:

    Hands up all those who have spent the last eight years mocking Obambi for putting himself front and centre in all those photographs commemorating events or people… and be honest….


  19. uc i says:

    Thank you for your patriotism and service !!

    Let’s let our elected officials know that we expect patriotism for our citizens and country and allegiance to our Constitution from them, also.

    Confirmation Hearing for Senator Jeff Sessions, today, January 10, 2016…

    With the help of AFA, American Family Association, and, I e-mailed my two U.S. Senators.

    I adapted their suggested letter to clarify some of the reasons that I expect quick confirmation for Senator Jeff Sessions.

    “‘I support president-elect Donald Trump’s nomination of Senator Jeff Sessions as United States Attorney General.’

    We need strong, fearless defenders of our citizens, our Constitution, our Christian values, and our time-honored desires for “life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness.”

    Will you honor your oath of office to protect us from all enemies, foreign and domestic ?

    I expect your commitment and allegiance to our Constitution.

    ‘I would appreciate a response’ to my expressions of concern.

    Thank you”

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  20. MfM says:

    Glad to see the picture of him at the Manchester, NH police headquarters. He spent a lot of time there and there is a lot of video. This wasn’t even a year ago, it was early in the campaign.

    He took a lot of photos with individual police and groups of officers that day. I think it both set the tone for how he dealt with law enforcement and helped push him over the top in NH. You could see the ease he had with the officers, no feeling that this was forced.

    All those selfies got plastered on people’s FB pages and talked about. I know in PA after he visited I saw lots of photos of various people with Trump. It was nice to see him with average people and police.

    Everything is political in a political campaign, choices are made in how time is spent. There always was time for photos with police. A large part of that was Trump’s attitude. It didn’t hurt that he worked harder than any candidate. Adding a few minutes here or there didn’t seem forced. It wasn’t he that was asking for the photos, it was the police wanting them.


  21. Lynnielu says:

    I don’t know if anyone saw it yesterday, but during the news about the killing of the police officer in Orlando, Governor Rick Scott was also there (as he was last week with the shooting in Ft. Lauderdale). During his interview, he declared Florida was honoring the police ALL WEEK – not just for the day. Way to go!


  22. 4bleu says:

    There’s rhyme and reason to all this. Step back from the noise and purposeful chaos designed to keep everyone off-balance and clear thinking from prevailing, and put into international context:
    It is well-studied that tyrannical governments do not want functioning police departments. They are considered threats to power, diminished in favor of presidential guards, a politicized military that serves the leadership, not the country.

    A common feature of Third World countries is underfunded, badly trained and unarmed or ludicrously armed (one bullet) police. This is no accident as other enforcement sectors get equipment and training, it’s a cynical political decision. Compared to other countries, the US overall has a very professional decentralized police structure, far superior, in competency, equipment and less political than police in most other countries.

    Degrade, harass, defund a functioning police and the lawless activities are allowed to flourish. This is a disaster for the average citizen, but is commonly exploited by the protected elites who can demand a % to allow activity to continue.

    The US law enforcement police system is one contributor to why the US middle class has been able to prosper – by maintaining law and order so people can conduct daily business – services, trades, markets, in security and confidence.

    Yes, people can point to this or that abuse, but step back and compare to other countries and notice the overall positive effect of the decentralized law enforcement and policing as developed in the US. It can then be discerned that the last decade’s political march to centralize policing, are indeed creating problems – problems that are common in other countries that have never had the kind of local policing structure of the US.


  23. Mike diamond says:

    Trump ! Wow we get a real man in the white house jan20, the fake dude is on his way out !!!!!!! Gota love it ! Much thanks to the men in blue !!!!!


  24. unjustblog says:

    God bless our first responders! Thanks for the post!


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