Fox News’ Steve Doocy says Trump should abandon ‘Violent rhetoric’ against the FBI

Fox News host Steeve Donocy Monday morningDonald Trump, former President, should call “for an end to the violent rhetoric”The FBI is against it

“With all of these threats going around, it would ultimately be great if the former president, who has always been a great supporter of law enforcement and who has posed with 1000 police departments coast to coast,”Doocy stated on “Fox & Friends,” “it would be great if he called for an end to the violent rhetoric against federal law enforcement and, in particular, the FBI that was just doing their job.”

This plea comes one day after Trump attacked his Mar-a-Lago home in an attack on the FBI.

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TheMessagesThe former president complained that “the whole World was watching as the FBI rummaged through the house, including the former First Lady’s closets (and clothing!), alone and unchecked,”He repeated the unverified claim that the FBI had planted information.

Doocy responded by calling for a reduction in the threat directed at federal law enforcement because of discontent among former president supporters.

“It would be great for everybody to tamp down the rhetoric against the FBI because the FBI was simply doing what the DOJ asked them to do,”Doocy said.

Following Doocy’s remarks, his fellow hosts noted that Democrats have shifted their views to protect law enforcement, and clarified that, regardless of party lines, “no one is for the violence of FBI agents or any of these individuals that are in law enforcement.”

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