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A Miami police officer spotted wearing a mask supportive of President Trump while in his uniform received a public critique from his boss on Tuesday.
Speaking with CBS 4 Miami, police chief Jorge Colina said a photograph of police officer Daniel Ubeda wearing a Trump mask and his uniform inside a polling station in Florida was "unacceptable" behavior.
"We are aware of the photograph being circulated of a Miami Police officer wearing a political mask in uniform," the. "This behavior is unacceptable, a violation of departmental policy, and is being addressed immediately."
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Colina did not immediately announce what Ubeda's punishment would be.
Miami Mayorwhen he was seen wearing the mask. Suarez noted that officers are not permitted to wear clothing displaying party affiliation while working.
Here isPolice Officer Daniel Ubeda, in full uniform with badge and gun wearing his Trump mask inside of the polling location in government center.
This is city funded voter intimidation.
Ubeda should be suspended immediately.— Steve Simeonidis (@stevesimeonidis)
Steve Simeonidis, chairman of the Miami-Dade Democratic Party, brought the picture to light when, calling the officer's action "city funded voter intimidation."
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"Here is @CityofMiami Police Officer Daniel Ubeda, in full uniform with badge and gun wearing his Trump mask inside of the polling location in government center," Simeonidis wrote. "Ubeda should be suspended immediately."
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