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2 more names announced as part of President-elect Trump’s administrations — could Sheriff Clarke be next?

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Milwaukee County, Wisconsin Sheriff David Clarke speaks at the Republican National Convention 2016 on Monday, July 18.

MILWAUKEE — Two more names have been announced as part of President-elect Donald Trump’s administration. Could Milwaukee County Sheriff David Clarke be the next?

The conservative website, reports Clarke will meet with Mr. Trump on Monday, November 28th.

The sheriff has been a vocal supporter of the President-elect.

The article says officials would not confirm whether Mr. Trump is offering Clarke a position but did have interest in his opinion.

Monitor FOX6 News and for updates on this developing story.


  • confused

    No! Milwaukee County cannot lose Sheriff Clarke! He is tough on criminals, or at least tries to be. Without him the county will end up like the city of Milwaukee.

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