Trump will not apologize to the families of slain police officers and others who have died in the line of duty, White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders said Tuesday.
In a press briefing, Sanders said the president “will not do it.”
“The president does not apologize, the president does, in any way, ever, for anything,” Sanders said.
“He said this morning on the Rose Garden, the day after he was sworn in, that he was going to have a ‘no-apology’ policy.”
Sanders added that the president is “committed to continuing to stand up for the people of this country.”
“I think he’s very focused on the very important work that he’s doing in terms of our nation and our nation’s safety and security and in terms as we look at the very serious violence that we’ve seen in the last couple of weeks.”
Trump on Monday announced his plan to withdraw the United States from the Paris Climate Agreement, which is designed to combat global warming.
The U.S. was the first nation to sign on in 2015.