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Tuesday, October 11, 2016

More than a dozen San Antonio Police Department officers appeared to violate city policy on Tuesday when they appeared in a short video tweeted by GOP presidential candidate Donald Trump wearing his trademark red hats that read “Make America Great Again.”

By A Texas Reader

Tue, Oct 11, 2016 10:03 p.m.

"More than a dozen San Antonio Police Department officers appeared to violate city policy on Tuesday when they appeared in a short video tweeted by GOP presidential candidate Donald Trump wearing his trademark red hats that read 'Make America Great Again.'”


SAPD motorcycle cops violate city policy by wearing Donald Trump caps
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“More than a dozen San Antonio Police Department officers appeared to violate city policy on Tuesday when they appeared in a short video tweeted by GOP presidential candidate Donald Trump wearing his trademark red hats that read 'Make America Great Again.' The SAPD officers were part of the department’s motorcycle unit that helped escort the Trump motorcade to and from the San Antonio International Airport. Last month, City Attorney Andrew Segovia sent a letter to U.S. Rep. Will Hurd, R-Helotes, asking his campaign to remove the images of two employees who had attended a town-hall meeting to discuss veteran affairs. The setting was used to film a campaign ad, and the two employees — Military Affairs Director Juan Ayala and Deputy Director Karen Rolirad — said they were unaware at the time that the town hall was being used to film an advertisement. The two were there in their official capacity, and city officials worried that their images in the advertisement could suggest their endorsement of the can...”
 

They should be disciplined.

The cops weren't wearing the correct Trump caps. The caps that say, "Make America White Again."

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