Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis said late last week that the Democratic Party has turned its back on law enforcement and now openly embraces criminals.

Responding to the murder of NYPD officer Jonathan Diller by 34-year-old Rivera Guy, DeSantis pointed to former President Donald Trump’s reaction to the killing and President Joe Biden.

“They get no support from these Democrat politicians. It used to be police officers, a lot of them were Democrats. That’s changed. The Democratic Party has turned their back on law enforcement, they embrace the criminal element and let the inmates run the asylum, and a lot of these people,” he stated.

Referring to the fundraising event Biden held on the day of Diller’s wake alongside former Presidents Barack Obama and Bill Clinton, DeSantis stated, “And, you know, Obama and Biden and Clinton can go raise 25 million because they’re in the upper echelon. So they’re immune from their own policies. The people that it really hurts are the people who are more working class and middle income Americans. Democratic party has turned their back on them. They’re really become the party of the elites.”

While Biden held the fundraiser with Obama and Clinton on Thursday, Trump attended Dillard’s wake in Long Island on Thursday, visiting with the bereaved.

In a brief remark at the wake, he called the fallen officer’s death “a horrible thing.”

“We have to stop it, we have to stop it. We have to get back to law and order. We have to do a lot of things differently because this is not working. This is happening too often,” he stated.

Trump also criticized the president’s response to the cop killing during an interview with “Fox & Friends” co-host Brian Kilmeade.”

“I think that politically he can’t support the police. I think he’s also making a mistake, but I think politically, his base won’t let him support the police,” he stated, adding, “And I support the police, I would say at the highest level of any president by far, maybe double or triple. And they knew that. That’s why when I walked into that funeral parlor, it was — it was like love. It was just — they want to shy away from it. They didn’t even call the family. They could have called. You don’t have to be a rocket scientist to know even a call would be, perhaps — I’m not sure they would take his call.”