Donald Trump added a big endorsement ahead of Monday’s presidential debate.
The National Immigration and Customs Enforcement Council, a union that represents 5,000 immigration officers, has given its support to the Republican presidential nominee.
Chris Crane, the union’s president, said his immigration agents are “the last line of defense for American communities” and that they “are prevented from enforcing the most basic immigration laws,” in a statement obtained by Reuters.
The union described its endorsement of Trump as the first time it has ever endorsed a candidate for any elected office.
According to Crane, Hillary Clinton received a mere five percent of the vote.
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