Police organizations sternly pushed back over the weekend after President Trump appeared to sanction police brutality in a speech Friday to an audience that included members of the Suffolk County, N.Y., Police Department. "As a cop for the past 40 years, I was appalled when I heard the president of the United States condone injuring an individual in police custody," said J. Thomas Manger, president of the Major Cities Chiefs Association and police chief in Montgomery County, Md. "This . . .
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