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Has gone to the anti-police and anti-fascist violence too far? The former NYPD Commissioner Bernie Kerik and lawyer Harmeet Dhillon weigh in.
President Trump on Thursday called for New York City mayor Bill de Blasio to “act immediately” in response to the videos, people attack officers of the NYPD, by dousing with water, tweeting, “What took place was completely unacceptable and will not be tolerated.”
THE NEW YORK POLICE-SLAM-VIDEOS, THE OFFICERS WITH OBJECTS, THROWN, SOAKED WITH WATER: ‘REPREHENSIBLE’
Video from earlier this week shows separate cases of people who inject in Harlem and Brooklyn with bucket and throw water over the uniformed officers, the police quietly removed to the foot.
“We love our law enforcement officers all around this great country,” the President, a New Yorker, tweeted Thursday. “What happened thrown in NYC with the water, the NYPD is a total shame was officers. It is get up time for @NYCMayor @bill deblasio for those who protect our lives and serve us all so well.”
Trump added: “What took place was completely unacceptable and will not be tolerated. Bill de Blasio should act immediately!”
Earlier this week, de Blasio runs for President as a Democrat, condemned the actions as “Totally unacceptable” and said, “We are not this type of disrespect can be tolerated.”
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But the former mayor of New York, and Trump’s attorney Rudy Giuliani also met with de Blasio about the incidents.
“This is what happens with knee-jerk disrespect for the police. It will only get worse, until the Left wing defeated are idiots,” Giuliani tweeted on Tuesday that the current “lack of respect for the uniform” is the “result of a democratic-Progressive (Regressive)-Socialist mayor.”
Giuliani, the mayor in the past, criticized the increase in homelessness in New York City under the de Blasio administration. Giuliani was known for, the reduction in the number of people on the streets.
The mayor fired back at Giuliani on Tuesday afternoon, calling for the Republicans is at least partially responsible for the tensions between police and community members.
“The truth is crime has NEVER been lower in New York City and, because we contributed to bridging the gap between the police and the communities — a separation @RudyGiuliani to it,” de Blasio has.
Fox News’ Ronn Blitzer contributed to this report.