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Trump Calls For “Law And Order” While Attending The Wake Of Jonathon Driller

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Former President Donald Trump attends the wake of dead NYPD officer Jonathon Driller on Thursday, March 28, 2024. The event was held in Massapequa, Long Island. A republican spokesperson said that the ex-president was moved by this tragedy and wanted to console the family of the deceased personally. 


Before leaving the wake, Trump said, “Police officers are the greatest people we have. This should never happen. The Diller family will never be the same. We have to get back to law and order. We have to do a lot of things differently.” 


Many democrat supporters think he tried to taunt the current president by referring to the need for new law and order in the country. They are linking this statement to an old speech where Trump criticized Biden’s government as crime rate has increased in heavily democratic states within the past four years. Highlighting the inefficiency of current government, Trump has also promised to take bold actions to limit crimes, including immunizing police officers from lawsuits in his 2024 presidential campaign. Attending the NYPD officer’s wake is a great strategy to show what he stands for and how his political strategies differ from Joe Biden.


31-year-old Jonathon Driller was shot during a routine traffic check by a gunman on Monday, March 25. His murderer, ex-con Guy Rivera, is charged with murder and illegal possession of a weapon. The state of Massapequa is mourning the loss of a brave policeman.

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