The Philadelphia firefighters union's endorsement of President Donald Trump wasn't without its bumps in the road - but heading into election day, it looks to be here to stay.
Philadelphia's Firefighter and Paramedics Union broke from its international arm's endorsement of Joe Biden, which was made back in 2019 by the International Association of Firefighters.
After the Firefighters Local 22 endorsed President Trump on September 29, they were sued by a member group of black firefighters called "Club Valiants", who claimed the endorsement violated the union's laws on political activity. Some members are also trying to push out Local 22 President Mike Bresnan over the endorsement.
"It's a very polarizing, emotional issue. I knew that was going to happen," Bresnan said at the time.