Biden: ‘Being a cop today a hell of a lot harder than it’s ever been’

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Daily Mail published this video item, entitled “Biden: ‘Being a cop today a hell of a lot harder than it’s ever been'” – below is their description.

Biden spoke on the steps of the US Capitol at the 40th Annual National Peace Officers’ Memorial Service to remember the 491 law enforcement officers who died in the line of duty in 2019 and 2020. Biden underscored the heavy burden placed on law enforcement officers, and rebuked the ‘defund the police’ political movement popular within his own party, saying that those gathered before him would get ‘more resources, not fewer, so you can do your job.’ ‘We expect everything of you and it’s beyond the capacity of anyone to meet the total expectations,’ Biden said. ‘Being a cop today is one hell of a lot harder than it’s ever been.’

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