Sheriff in Portland denies Trump’s claim to win his endorsement of debate


The head of Mulnomah County, Ore., Which also includes Portland, vehemently denied supporting President Trump on Tuesday evening – shortly thereafter, the president claimed during his debate against Democrat Joe Biden.

Mulnoma County Sheriff Mike Reid tweeted, “In tonight’s presidential debate, the President said that the ‘Portland Sheriff’ supports him.” “As Multanomah County Sheriff I have never supported Donald Trump and will never support him.”

Reese said in another tweet that the president has made his job “starting to talk about Portland,” making one hell of a lot of trouble.

Trump mentioned the sheriff during his first presidential debate with Biden, supporting law enforcement around the country.

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Mulnomah County, Ore., Sheriff Mike Reese.  (Oregon State Sheriff's Association)

Mulnomah County, Ore., Sheriff Mike Reese. (Oregon State Sheriff’s Association)

“We just got the support of 250 military leaders and generals – total support – law enforcement, almost every law enforcement group in the United States. I have Florida, I have Texas, I have Ohio. I have everywhere,” Trump told Biden. “Sorry, Portland, the Sheriff came out today and he said, ‘I support President Trump.’ I don’t think you have any law enforcement. You can’t even say the word law enforcement. ”

Trump has focused on violent protests in Portland over the summer as part of his law and order election message.

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He said that he would send in the National Guard to stop the riot.

“It will be over,” he told Fox News moderator Chris Wallace. “There will be no problem.”

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