Four days after Capitol Police Officer Brian D. Siknik was abducted to death in a rebel fight in congressional halls, President Trump has not yet ordered flags to be waved at half the headquarters in federal buildings, according to numerous reports.
Trump should also contact the Siknik family, The New York Times reported.
Meanwhile, Vice President Mike Pence called on the family to express its condolences, the Times noted.
Cynic, 42, was hit in the head with a fire extinguisher as he reacted to the riots and later died of his injuries, officials said.
The flags on the Capitol building itself were lowered on Friday, according to a directive from Parliament Speaker Nancy Pelosi, but Trump did not issue the same order for the federal buildings under his jurisdiction, according to reports in the Times and MSNBC.
Meanwhile, Trump and Pence have not spoken since Wednesday.
Pence is said to be furious that Trump has made him the target of an angry mob that stormed the Capitol while Pence watched the congressional election process.
Siknik, a native of South River, New Jersey, was the youngest of three brothers and had long dreamed of being a cop, his family said.
He enrolled in the National Guard six months after graduating from vocational and technical school in Middlesex County, East Brunswick in 1