Biden pushed gun control less than 24 hours after assassination attempt on depots

Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden called for two Los Angeles County Sheriff personnel for gun control on Sunday less than 24 hours after he was seriously injured in Compton when a gunman fired an ambush. The ambush set fire to his squad car.

The former Vice President tweeted, “Weapons of war have no place in our communities.” “We need to ban assault weapons and high-capacity magazines.”

Earlier, Biden called the shooting “thoughtless” and brought the suspect to justice. He also said that whoever commits violence should be caught and punished.

Biden’s remarks on ambush and gun control contradict President Donald Trump’s call for a “speedy trial” with the possibility of capital punishment.

“Animals that must be hit hard!” Trump tweeted referring to criminals targeting law enforcement.

“if [the deputies] Fast trial death sentence for a dying, killer. Only way to stop it! Trump later wrote.

The president continued to attack his Democratic opponent on Sunday, calling for tougher criminal sentencing guidelines and faster courts.

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Speaking at a roundtable campaign event in Las Vegas, Trump used Saturday night to highlight the “law and order” of his campaign, while describing Biden as weak on crime.

“He is not strong for law and order and everyone knows that,” Trump said of Biden during the “Latino for Trump” incident. “When you see a scene similar to last night with two cops in California – a woman, a man – who shoots in a cold cold chain.”

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The 31-year-old female deputy and the 24-year-old male deputy underwent surgery Saturday evening and were listed in “critical” condition. A maneuver was underway for the suspect on Sunday.

Fox News’ Andrew O’Reilly contributed to this report.