Donald Trump snapped up the endorsement of the National Fraternal Order of Police today, according to the Washington Examiner.
Leaders of the FOP, in a statement, said that Trump "understands and supports our priorities, and our members believe he will make America safe again."
The FOP is the the largest law enforcement union in the nation, boasting more than 330,000 members.
The FOP released a statement on Twitter pledging their support for the Donald.
However, the announcement wasn't met with much positivity online.
We're not kidding.
I feel like it should generally be noted when discussing them that FOP is effectively the white cops' union— slackbot (@pareene) September 16, 2016
Some Twitter users think the demographics of the FOP motivated the endorsement.
This is the same organization whose Miami branch voted to boycott a Beyoncé's concert in April concert because her Super Bowl halftime show was perceived to have an anti-police message.
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