Donald compares cops who shoot civilians in the back to golfers who choke ...

Donald began to compare police officers who shoot civilians in the back to golfers who choke and miss putts in an interview broadcast Monday. 

Discussing the police shooting of black man Jacob Blake seven times in the back the president said: 'They [the officers] choke, just like in a golf tournament, they miss a 3-foot putt.'

Fox News host Laura Ingraham, who had probed the president on the danger of being in the police, quickly interrupted him, saying: 'You're not comparing it to golf. Because of course that's what the media would say. People make, people panic.'

, who was speaking from the White House, reiterated: 'I'm saying people choke. And people are bad people. You have both.'  

Donald Trump, left, began to compare police officers who shoot civilians in the back to golfers who choke and miss putts in an interviewwith Laura Ingraham, right, broadcast Monday

Donald , left, began to compare police officers who shoot civilians in the back to golfers who choke and miss putts in an interviewwith Laura Ingraham, right, broadcast Monday

The image above shows the moment a Kenosha, Wisconsin, police officer fired at least seven shots into the back of Jacob Blake as he was getting into an SUV in a residential neighborhood

The image above shows the moment a Kenosha, Wisconsin, police officer fired at least seven shots into the back of Jacob Blake as he was getting into an SUV in a residential neighborhood

The shooting of Blake, a black man, put the nation’s spotlight on Wisconsin and triggered a series of peaceful protests and violence. Blake is paralyzed from the shooting, his family said, and recovering in a Milwaukee hospital.

Kenosha Police officer Rusten Sheskey

The shooting of Blake, a black man, put the nation’s spotlight on Wisconsin and triggered a series of peaceful protests and violence. Blake is paralyzed from the shooting, his family said, and recovering in a Milwaukee hospital. City officials have identified Rusten Sheskey as the officer who shot Blake.

In an hour long chat the president had been asked by Ingraham: 'It's more dangerous to be a police officer today, do you not think than it has been a long time?'

He replied: 'The police are under siege. They can do 10,000 great acts, which is what they do, and one bad apple or a choker — a joker — they choke.' 

The shooting of Blake put the nation’s spotlight on Wisconsin and triggered a series of peaceful protests and violence. Blake is paralyzed from the shooting, his family said, and recovering in a Milwaukee hospital.  

City officials have identified Rusten Sheskey as the officer

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