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Trump speaks to law enforcement about what he calls 'dangerous' decision

President Donald Trump speaks alongside Sheriff Carolyn Bunny Welsh (C), of Chester County, Pennsylvania, and Sheriff Harold Eavenson (R), of Rockwall County, Texas, during a meeting with county sheriffs in the Roosevelt Room of the White House in Washington, DC, February 7, 2017.
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President Donald Trump will speak for a second straight day to law enforcement officials, a key pocket of support for him in the early days of his presidency.

In a Wednesday morning tweet, he hinted that he will discuss a "horrible, dangerous and wrong decision," without specifying exactly what he would address.

He will give remarks to the Major County Sheriffs' Association and Major Cities Chiefs Association joint conference.

Trump won widespread support from law enforcement with campaign trail pledges to empower police.

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