After former President Donald Trump attended the wake of slain officer Jonathan Diller, who was killed during a traffic stop on March 25, he blasted President Joe Biden for his failure to support law enforcement as he should.

According to Trump, Biden is too weak to back law enforcement because of his progressive base.

“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,” the GOP presidential candidate stated.

“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,” he added.

Trump then went on to applaud everyone who has shown support for Diller, adding that he enjoyed meeting Diller’s widow and grandmother at the wake.

Diller was reportedly killed by convicted felon Guy Rivera after Diller and his partner pulled him over alongside another convicted felon Lindy Jones. Rivera opened fire on the cops, shooting him on the stomach.

Trump attended the fallen cop’s wake in Long Island on Thursday while Biden held a fundraiser with former Presidents Barack Obama and Bill Clinton.

In a jab to the president and his Democratic predecessors, Trump said they “missed a very sad moment for our country.”

Calling them to be “a part of” this important moment, the GOP presumptive nominee stated, “They’re gonna have to get involved a little bit because this country is going to hell. Our country is not respected anymore.”

Trump reportedly spent 40 minutes at Diller’s wake on Thursday and was warmly received in contrast to the cold treatment Democratic New York Gov. Kathy Hochul received.

He met with Diller’s widow, as seen in a photo shared by Diller’s brother-in-law with the caption, “No words needed.”