Eric Trump makes stop at Milwaukee Police Association on second day of 2020 DNC
MILWAUKEE (CBS 58) -- President Trump's son, Eric, made a stop in Milwaukee on Tuesday, August 18.
Trump talked to supporters at the Milwaukee Police Association highlighting the President's support of police.
"You've always been there for us and I promise you my father will always be there for the brave men and women, so you guys keep your chin up," said Trump.
The stop comes on the second day of the mostly virtual 2020 Democratic National Convention based in Milwaukee.
The President's son said that officers have been attacked during rallies across the country, but the Democrats haven't mentioned it during the virtual convention.
"It's tough to watch," said Trump, "not once did they come out and say you know what, what's happening in Portland, what's happening in Seattle, what's happening in Chicago is wrong."
"You're not thanked nearly often enough, but our nation does appreciate you and we as a family love you," said Trump.