Trump boasts about the reception he received at slain NYPD officer’s wake: ‘I felt love when I entered that funeral parlor’

Former President Donald Trump proudly boasted about the warm reception he received during the wake of slain NYPD officer Jonathan Diller last Thursday.

In an interview with Brian Kilmeade on his show One Nation, the former President proudly shared about the warm reception he received when he arrived at the service in Massapequa, NY. He attributed the enthusiastic welcome to his unwavering support for law enforcement.

“I am a strong advocate for the police,” Trump declared. “I would go so far as to say that my support surpasses that of any other president, possibly even doubling or tripling their level of endorsement. The police were well aware of my unwavering support, which was evident when I entered that funeral parlor and felt an overwhelming sense of affection and respect.”

On March 25, Diller tragically lost his life while carrying out his duty as he was shot during a traffic stop in Queens.

During his visit, former President Trump received a round of applause, according to Nassau County Executive Bruce Blakeman (R). Blakeman shared this account in a Fox News interview on Friday.

Blakeman shared with Fox that a remarkable incident took place during the wake. He witnessed something unprecedented – all of Jonathan’s friends and family gave him a standing ovation, applauding for the president. The atmosphere was filled with warmth, beauty, and deep emotion.

Trump criticized the perceived disregard for law and order.

“The devastation is felt by the family, the police force, and the entire nation,” expressed Trump. “This recurring occurrence demonstrates a growing disregard for law and order. It is imperative that we restore law and order in our country.”

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After attending the service, the family of Brian Sicknick, the Capitol Police officer who tragically lost his life during the Jan. 6 riot, called out the former president.

“The man is a criminal,” Charles Sicknick, Brian’s father, declared in an interview with the New York Daily News. “He is responsible for my son’s death due to the riot at the Capitol.”

“The truth is, he claims to be a champion of law and order, but he unleashed a mob that tragically resulted in the death of my brother,” expressed Kenneth Sicknick, the brother of Brian Sicknick, in an interview with the News. “It is astonishing how unaware he is of his own actions. He is shamelessly exploiting the death of this officer for his own political gain.”

The former president has labeled Capitol Police Officer Michael Byrd a “thug” for fatally shooting Jan. 6 rioter Ashli Babbitt. (Byrd was cleared of wrongdoing by the Justice Department.) Additionally, he has criticized the FBI, referring to them as “vicious monsters.”

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