NH police chief may be in line for Trump administration post

epa05143658 Republican presidential hopeful Donald Trump (R) shakes hands with Manchester Police Chief Nick Willard (L) while speaking to members of the Manchester police department during a visit to the police force's headquarters in Manchester, New Hampshire, USA, on 04 February January 2016. The New Hampshire primary will be held on 09 February 2016.  EPA/JUSTIN LANE
Donald Trump shook hands with Manchester Police Chief Nick Willard earlier this year. –JUSTIN LANE / EPA

The incoming administration of President-elect Donald Trump has been in talks with the police chief in Manchester, N.H., about a possible law enforcement position, the chairman of the city’s police commission said Saturday.

Scott Spradling, the chairman, said Manchester Police Department officials informed him of the discussions with Chief Nick Willard.

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