Donald Trump stopped in St. Augustine to hold a rally. Around 4,000 people showed up and he spoke for an hour before moving on to Tampa for another rally.

The Republican nominee's blitzing the state just over two weeks out from election day. His path to presidency almost certainly holds Florida on it.

Before speaking to the teeming crowd, Trump stopped in to meet with first responders from around the state. Per the St. Johns County Sheriff's Office Facebook page, he wanted to learn more about the issues they face.

He told the first responders he supported them and then took a tour of the communications center, meeting with the operators who take emergency calls daily.

Then Trump Tweeted:

And then the St. Johns County Sheriff's Office decided to Tweet as well:

Neither party has spoken again on the alleged endorsement.

Read more about the rally below:

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