WATCH: Brevard County Sheriff Wayne Ivey, President Donald Trump Address Crowd in Tampa

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SHERIFF WAYNE IVEY'S ADDRESS GOES VIRAL

WATCH: Brevard County Sheriff Wayne Ivey was in Tampa on Friday with President Donald Trump. At President Trump’s request, Sheriff Ivey addressed the crowd, saying Trump is the only choice in the next election to “protect the citizens, cops and constitution.”

Brevard County Sheriff Wayne Ivey was in Tampa on Friday with President Donald Trump. At President Trump’s request, Sheriff Ivey addressed the crowd, saying Trump is the only choice in the next election to “protect the citizens, cops and constitution.”

“Now like never before, America needs a President who stands strong with our law enforcement officers and who will be unwavering in protecting what I call our three C’s: our citizens, our cops, and our Constitution. Donald Trump is that President and each of us on this stage knows just how important it is to have his continued support from the White House and making sure that America’s law enforcement officers have the resources, tools, and backing that it takes to get the job done,” said Sheriff Ivey.

“Now more than ever, we need a president that ignores the insanity of those who suggest defunding the police and a president who stands shoulder to shoulder with the brave men and women of law enforcement who put their lives on the line every day to protect our citizens, our homes, our businesses, and our way of life. Donald J. Trump is that president.”

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The Following Sheriffs Endorsed President Trump:

■ Scotty Rhoden, Baker County
■ Tommy Ford, Bay County
■ George Paul “Gordon” Smith, Bradford County
■ Wayne Ivey, Brevard County
■ William G. “Bill” Prummell Jr., Charlotte County
■ Mike Prendergast, Citrus County
■ Darryl Daniels, Clay County
■ James F. Potter, De Soto County
■ Mike Williams, Duval County
■ Thelbert “David” Morgan, Escambie County
■ Rick Staly, Flagler County
■ A.J. Smith, Franklin County
■ Bobby Schultz, Gilchrist County
■ David Hardin, Glades County
■ Mike Harrison, Gulf County
■ Arnold Lanier, Hardee County
■ Stephen H. “Steve” Whidden, Hendry County
■ Al Nienhuis, Hernando County
■ Paul Blackman, Highlands County
■ John Tate, Holmes County
■ Deryl B. Loar, Indian River County
■ Louis S. “Lou” Roberts III, Jackson County
■ Alfred Kenneth “Mac” McNeill Jr., Jefferson County
■ Brian N. Lamb, Lafayette County
■ Peyton C. Grinnell, Lake County
■ Carmine Marceno, Lee County
■ Robert “Bobby” McCallum, Levy County
■ Eddie Joe White, Liberty County
■ Benjamin J. Stewart, Madison County
■ Charles R. Wells, Manatee County
■ Billy Woods, Marion County
■ William Snyder, Martin County
■ Rick Ramsay, Monroe County
■ Bill Leeper, Nassau County
■ Larry R. Ashley, Okaloosa County
■ Noel E. Stephen, Okeechobee County
■ Chris Nocco, Pasco County
■ Bob Gualtieri, Pinellas County
■ Homer “Gator” DeLoach III, Putnam County
■ Robert Johnson, Santa Rosa County
■ Tom Knight, Sarasota County
■ David B. Shoar, St. Johns County
■ William O. “Bill” Farmer Jr., Sumter County
■ Wayne Padgett, Taylor County
■ Brad Whitehead, Union County
■ Mike Chitwood, Volusia County
■ Michael A. Adkinson, Jr., Walton County
■ Kevin Crews, Washington County

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