HARRISBURG, Pa. (WHTM) – Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump’s son visited Harrisburg on Monday to accept a pair of endorsements on his father’s behalf.
Eric Trump visited the state Capitol to accept the endorsement of several GOP state representatives.
Trump then visited the Pennsylvania Fraternal Order of Police State Lodge for a roundtable discussion with FOP members.
The 330,000 member police union endorsed Donald Trump for president in September.
“As a family, we support law enforcement. They’re the people who keep our communities safe,” Eric Trump said. “And quite frankly, in so many cases across the country, they’ve been mistreated over the years. And we’ve got to restore our respect for our law enforcement communities.”
Current poll averages show Hillary Clinton with a roughly six point lead over Donald Trump with two weeks left before election day.