The comments came in response to a question about a call he held with Orthodox leaders from Brooklyn and Queens Monday night.
The protest intends to invoke a "public apology" for the "hurtful and bigoted statements" from the governor's office.
Planned to be held at the New York City Public Library on Thursday, the protest will particularly address recent remarks made by New York Governor Andrew Cuomo and New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio.
The assailant, Osman Butt, 25, allegedly grabbed an Israeli flag from outside the synagogue and smashed it through the synagogue’s windows.
“Wow, what does this grim picture remind you of? I am the only thing in the Radical Left’s way! VOTE,” tweeted Trump.
Borough Park residents said, the increase in mask wearing is all about keeping the yeshivas from closing down.
Philadelphia Mayor Jim Kenney predicted the deployment of federal agents would backfire by exacerbating tensions at a time when the cities are still grappling with the spread of COVID-19.
Last week De Blasio unveiled the locations where the murals will be installed, along with the names of streets that will be renamed to honor the BLM movement.
The plaintiffs, along with two Catholic priests, accused the officials of "blatant double standards" in their enforcement of social distancing orders.
New York Mayor Bill de Blasio on Thursday outlined the first steps for reopening the United States' most populous city, envisioning up to 400,000 people heading back to their workplaces.