Family Of Fallen Phoenix Police Officer Visits President Trump In Oval Office
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The family of a Phoenix police officer who was gunned down on duty met with President Donald Trump at the White House on Monday morning, when the nation officially began observance of National Police Week.
David Glasser’s widow, Kristen, their son and several Phoenix Police Department members visited with Trump while he signed the proclamation.
Glasser was shot May 18, 2015, while he was investigating a burglary call in Laveen, a part of southwest Phoenix. He died of his injuries the next day.