CLEVELAND - It's been four days since the Cleveland Police Patrolmen's Association members voted to endorse Donald Trump for President.
It's the first time the the CPPA has decided to endorse a Presidential candidate in its nearly 50-year history.
WKYC's Russ Mitchell sat down with CPPA President Steve Loomis Tuesday night. Tuesday night also saw protests outside union headquarters, calling the endorsement a slap in the face to the residents of Cleveland and asking for Loomis to resign.
On Wednesday, ministers gathered at Mt. Olive Missionary Baptist Church to condemn the CPPA endorsement.