A body count has emerged from Donald Trump’s campaign for president: 661.
The total number of Trump supporters who have been killed by police, according to data collected by the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund.
The FBI also released the results of a survey conducted last week by the nonprofit Black Lives Matter.
The group surveyed 1,000 police officers, noting the vast majority of officers are “white men.”
The survey also found that, among officers who were killed by an officer during the course of their duty, 73 percent were black.
The vast majority—82 percent—were killed in incidents of domestic violence.
The number of people who were shot and killed by law enforcement increased from 4,566 to 661 in the past year, according the data.
According to the data, there were a total of 469 deaths from the police, but the FBI reported that more than half of those deaths were in 2016.
That’s more than the 6,927 total deaths that occurred in 2016—the year the FBI released its data.
In other words, Trump has taken the number of police killings from 8,935 in 2016 to 6,911 in 2016, a whopping 4,500 deaths.
The fact that the FBI’s data shows a massive increase in police killings since 2016 is nothing new.
Trump himself has made the claim.
In the 2016 election, he tweeted: “I think that a lot of these killings are committed by the police.
I mean, the police are out there killing people.
They’re out there on the street, they’re killing people.”
But the FBI data shows that Trump was right.
Trump has continued to claim that his campaign is about “civility” and that he’s not racist.
But his claim is false.
Trump, like many of his Republican rivals, has consistently promoted white nationalism and white supremacist ideologies.
He has also repeatedly attacked black people and police officers with violence.
This year, Trump’s rhetoric has become more aggressive and divisive.
In response to the violence in Charlottesville, Virginia, on Aug. 12, Trump called the protests there a “violent gathering.”
He also accused the black community of being “unruly.”
“The whole black community, you know, they’ve got nothing to do with the police,” Trump said.
“They’ve got to be dealt with.
We’re dealing with a whole different race, frankly.”
In response, white nationalists descended on Charlottesville, a city of some 8,000 people in the western suburbs of Charlottesville, Va., to protest the removal of a Confederate statue.
According the FBI, some of those involved in the rally had connections to white supremacists.
In June, Trump tweeted that there were “very fine people on both sides” and “very bad people” who were “on both sides.”
The FBI found that “the vast majority” of the protesters were white nationalists.
The data does not account for the violent behavior of many of those who marched in Charlottesville.
The majority of the white nationalists were involved in counter-protests.
But the data does show that Trump has been more aggressive in attacking police officers in the wake of the violence at Charlottesville.
He claimed that police were “out there on a killing spree.”
He has made this claim before.
“The murder rate by police is way up,” Trump told a crowd in February.
“A lot of people think they are doing the right thing, but we’re not.
The police are killing people, and you know what, it’s a disgrace, folks.
We can’t go on like this.”
On Tuesday, he repeated the claim again, tweeting: “Our inner cities are getting even more dangerous.
We have a police state.
The murder rate is way down, the murder rate has gone way down.
So, we are seeing an inner cities collapse.
We’ll be putting them in cages, and we’ll put them in the back of a van and we’re taking them to jail.” “
And then I say to you, the other day, when I’m president, we’re going to be putting people in cages.
We’ll be putting them in cages, and we’ll put them in the back of a van and we’re taking them to jail.”
But in a series of tweets on Aug 2, Trump went further, claiming that police officers had been “shot” and then calling them “enemies of the people.”
“You’ve got the police on the side of the wrong side of a very violent and very vicious battle that we are facing.
And we have no respect for law enforcement,” Trump tweeted.
“This is a police riot and the people of Baltimore are getting shot.
They have no choice but to go out and defend themselves.”
Police have responded to protests by firing tear gas and water cannons and using dogs and other equipment to break up crowds.
The protests have continued into the night.
On Aug. 9, the Baltimore City Council voted unanimously to cancel a planned rally by alt-right figurehead Richard Spencer, who has called