Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden failed to name a single law enforcement group that supports his campaign during Tuesday night's debate.
"He doesn't have any law support—no law enforcement support, almost nothing," President Donald Trump said. "Who do you have? Name one group that supports you."
"We don't have time," Biden responded after calling Trump's accusation "not true."
The nation's largest police union—the Fraternal Order of Police—endorsed Trump in early September, saying the president "has shown time after time that he supports our law enforcement officers and understands the issues our members face every day."
The New York City Police Benevolent Association also endorsed Trump in August—the first time the group has made a presidential endorsement in 36 years, according to union head Patrick Lynch.
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