Black officers break from unions over Trump endorsements

Philadelphia Sheriff Rochelle Bilal talks to reporters during a press conference, Friday, Oct. 9, 2020, in Philadelphia. Bilal, who was elected as Philadelphia’s first Black female sheriff last year, spoke at the news conference with other Black law enforcement groups in Philadelphia to condemn President Donald Trump endorsements and the process they say ignored their concerns over what they perceived to be racist remarks, support for white supremacist groups and a lack of respect for women from Trump.

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