That put Trump in the company of Edison Policeman Keith Hahn, who is also chairman of the local Democratic Party.
“I’m a cop first, Democratic Chairman second and will always conduct myself with dignity and respect,’ Hahn told PolitickerNJ. “Mr. Trump was gracious, respectful and more importantly appreciative of the impromptu security detail provided by the Edison Police. The Barclay’s was a great event, Edison Police, Fire and Ems did a great job and we were happy to see Mr. Trump.”
Trump’s presence did not meet with favor from everyone in the crowd.
On Facebook, John Francis Roman, a Union County Democratic Freeholder aide, described his engagement with the Republican as follows: “Donald Trump walking passed me at the Barclays surrounded by Edison Police. I ask, hey boys you still gonna protect him after he dices your union up? His reaction says it all.”