Police officers in New Jersey are receiving praise for how they handled a former Hillary Clinton financial adviser’s roadside rant.
Caren Turner resigned her position from the Port Authority after the incident came to light:
According to Fox News:
“Two New Jersey police officers — who remained calm and professional while a former Hillary Clinton financial adviser ranted and raved during a routine traffic stop last month — are being lauded for their “verbal judo” during the tense interaction.
The Tenafly cops, who appeared in a March 31 dashcam video that went viral this week, have been identified as Officers Matthew Savitsky and Tom Casper.
Their handling of a confrontation with Caren Z. Turner, 60, a now-former commissioner of the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, has drawn praise from across the U.S., their boss says.