Trump responds after shooting LA sheriff’s deputies

President Trump called the suspect in the ambush shooting of two Los Angeles County Sheriff Defiance “animals” as he continued a three-day swing through the western states to push his law and order platform.

“Animals must be hit that hard!” President Posted on twitter Sunday morning after a campaign speech in Nevada.

The two depots allegedly had to struggle for life after being shot at point-blank range through a patrol car window by a lone gunman on Saturday in Compton.

The suspect in the shooting of two officers – one a 31-year-old mother and the other a 24-year-old man – was still at large.

Law enforcement officials said the two were “still fighting for their lives.”

The protesters gathered outside the hospital and blocked the entrance and exit doors to the emergency room and shouted “We hope they die,” the Sheriff’s Department Said in a tweet.

The posting said that the department warned the protesters not to block entry and exit, saying “people’s lives are at stake when ambulances cannot be found”.

The president has put a message of law and order on the campaign trail as protests have continued across the country since the death of George Floyd at the hands of Minneapolis police officers in May.

Many protesters and members of the Black Lives Matter movement have called for racial justice and the rescue of police departments.

But some protests have turned violent, and the president has called on governors and mayors to urge them to spread unrest and contact them for federal help.

Trump, at the end of his campaign on Saturday, told his supporters that if Joe Biden is elected president in November, “rioters, anarchists win.”