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School police assist with President Trump's motorcade in Las Vegas, CCSDPD says

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Posted at 7:57 AM, Feb 20, 2020

LAS VEGAS (KTNV) — School police say some of their officers assisted with President Donald Trump's motorcade in Las Vegas on Wednesday.

Clark County School District Police Department shared a photograph on Facebook of officers standing in front of a limousine that had a flag of the president's seal.

The post read:

Some of our motors officers assisted with the movement of the President of the United States this evening!
#PhotoOp #TheBeast

Trump is in town to deliver remarks at the Hope for Prisoners graduation ceremony on Thursday, and he has a rally on Friday at the Las Vegas Convention Center.

His visit comes ahead of Nevada's caucuses on Saturday.

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