Dallas law enforcement embraces Trump during Texas trip

2F13JAG President Donald Trump walks to board Marine One at the Morristown Municipal Airport in Morristown N.J. Friday Aug 2 2019 for his flight to Bedminster N.J.

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President Donald Trump received a warm greeting from Dallas Police on Wednesday amid his trip to Texas this week, where he will be speaking at a campaign event in Houston.

In a video shared on social media by Trump Senior Advisor Dan Scavino, President Trump was greeted at the Dallas Love Field Airport by a group of Dallas Police officers who warmly shook hands with the 45th president and took pictures alongside him.

On Truth Social, Trump vowed support for America’s men and women in law enforcement, writing, “Departing Dallas, Texas now. Thank you to all of the incredible men and women of Law Enforcement—I will ALWAYS have your back!”

President Trump is in Texas this week as he is scheduled to deliver remarks on Thursday at Trendsetter Engineering, Inc., in Houston.

In the Lone Star State, Trump is far and away the dominant presidential candidate in the 2024 GOP primary election. According to a recent poll from YouGov (Oct. 6-18), Trump is leading among GOP primary voters in the state by a whopping 41 points over Gov. Ron DeSantis, R-Fla.

In a general election poll by YouGov/Texas Politics Project (Oct. 5-17), Trump is also leading Biden by eight points in Texas – a lead that will likely increase as November 2024 creeps closer.

As reported by RSBN, President Trump is not only leading in the GOP primary and general election polls in Texas, but he is also out-fundraising all other Republican presidential candidates, including Gov. DeSantis and former South Carolina Gov. Nikki Haley.

Nationwide, the latest data from Morning Consult’s 2024 Republican Primary Tracker has shown that Trump has captured 61 percent of support among GOP primary voters, eclipsing all other prospective Republican candidates by dozens of points.

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