|Trump, left, Ginka, right|
By Brandon Hall
(Email Him At WestMIPolitics@Gmail.com)
In a move as cool as it was classy, President Trump recently wrote a letter to the family of fallen Norton Shores Police Officer Jonathan Ginka.
"Melania and I join your family, friends, loved ones, and the Norton Shores community in honoring Jonathan," Trump said.
Posting a picture of the letter, Michael Pollack, a friend of the Ginka family, praised President Trump for reaching out.
"Wow! Think what you want about the guy, but for the President of the United States to send a personal message...addressed to a dear friend of my friends and family in a tiny little, unknown town in Michigan (my hometown) sure does say a lot." Pollack said.
"Routine or not--I never knew they did this for local police--very cool. And, yes--the policy, the orders, the thought are all 100% initiated from the President of the United States. Had this been sent from Nixon, Clinton, Obama or any other I would be saying the same...it's a very nice gesture," Pollack continued.
Not a single media outlet has bothered to cover this story! Doesn't fit their narrative...
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Brandon Hall is a lifelong political nerd from Grand Haven, and is the Managing Editor of West Michigan Politics.
>>>Email him at WestMIPolitics@Gmail.com