Hospitalized Buffalo protester has a three-word response to Trump's Twitter attacks
Buffalo Police with man bleeding from the Ear (Screen Capture)

President Donald Trump’s attack on hospitalized Buffalo protester Martin Gugino drew widespread shock and condemnation on Tuesday -- and now Gugino himself has responded.

In a statement issued to the Rochester Democrat & Chronicle, the 75-year-old New York resident replied to Trump's tweet by writing, "No comment other than Black lives matter."

Gugino also gave a brief update on his condition, as he has been in the hospital for several days after hitting his skull on the sidewalk when a Buffalo police officer shoved him to the ground.

"Just out of the ICU," he told the Democrat & Chronicle. "Should recover eventually."

In a tweet posted early in the morning, Trump suggested that the 75-year-old Gugino could be an “ANTIFA provocateur” who intentionally injured himself to make the police look bad.

“I watched, he fell harder than was pushed,” the president wrote. “Could be a set up?”