President Donald Trump on Sunday rallied support for the two Los Angeles deputies that were shot on Saturday night.
“As we begin tonight, our thoughts are with the two sheriff’s deputies in Los Angeles who are fighting for their lives when a vicious criminal walked up to their vehicle and shot them at point-blank range,” Trump said, referring to the horrific crime.
The president spoke at a campaign rally in Henderson, Nevada, on Sunday night.
“We send our love and our support to their families, and we pray to God for their recovery,” he said.
Trump blamed Joe Biden for fueling the left’s campaign against police officers, recalling that the former vice president failed to condemn violence against police officers, including a Las Vegas officer who was shot in the head in June and left paralyzed.
“For the entire summer Joe Biden was silent as left-wing mobs assaulted police officers,” he