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Sheriff David Clarke says he’s accepted DHS job

The Hill – by Mallory Shelbourne

Sheriff David Clarke of Milwaukee County, Wis., said Wednesday he has accepted a job in the Department of Homeland Security.

Clarke told conservative radio host Vicki McKenna during an interview on 1130 WISN that he will leave his post as sheriff to serve as a deputy secretary of Homeland Security.  

“I’m both honored and humbled to be appointed to this position by Secretary Kelly, working for the Trump administration,” he said during the radio show.

Clarke said he will leave his position as sheriff in June to work in the Office of Partnership and Programs as a liaison with state, local and tribal law enforcement.

While the DHS did not confirm Clarke’s reported role, it did note the position in question does not require Senate confirmation.

During the 2016 presidential race, Clarke supported President Trump and has praised him since the inauguration.

At the Conservative Political Action Conference in February, Clarke spoke of his support for Trump’s executive orders on immigration.

“In President Trump, we have chosen a leader,” Clarke told the audience at CPAC. “A leader who I expect many of you in this room well know that I both campaigned and vigorously supported for the highest office in this land.”

Clarke has been an outspoken supporter of Trump’s proposed wall on the U.S-Mexican border.

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7 Responses to Sheriff David Clarke says he’s accepted DHS job

  1. Frank Face says:

    Megalomaniac oink man maggot.

  2. mary in ND says:

    only the best and brightest………..hahahahahaha

  3. BMF says:

    Clarke is a sack of pig sh!t, so he’ll fit the position perfectly.

  4. Enemy of the State says:

    And why wouldn’t he accept it, Tyrants love to push people around

  5. # 1 NWO Hatr says:

    He’s already earned his rope no matter WHAT position he accepts.

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