[Update Below] Vice President Joe Biden, Mayor Bill de Blasio, Governor Andrew Cuomo, and Police Commissioner Bill Bratton will all speak this morning at the funeral for slain Police Officer Rafael Ramos. The funeral is expected to begin just after 10 a.m., and you can livestream it below. Audio of Biden's remarks will also be livestreamed here.

The 40-year-old Ramos, a three-year veteran of the NYPD, and 32-year-old Officer Wenjian Liu were fatally shot in Bedford-Stuyvesant, Brooklyn last weekend. The killer, Ismaaiyl Brinsley, 28, turned the gun on himself on a subway platform after being pursued by police. Both officers have been posthumously promoted to the rank of first-grade detective.

A day after thousands attended Ramos's wake, thousands more are expected to filter in and around the Christ Tabernacle Church in Glendale for this morning's funeral.

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There have already been some anti-de Blasio protesters spotted around the area: "Do you think there’s been enough support for police in the last couple weeks? I don’t think so," John Mangan, a 20-year veteran of the NYPD housing bureau who was holding a sign reading "Dump de Blasio," told the Times. "I want to see him in the back of a police car riding around in Bed-Stuy, so he can see the job they do every day. 'Police do 100 good things every day that are never in the paper."

Update: Despite pleas to leave politics away from the funeral, hundreds of cops turned their backs when Mayor de Blasio spoke at Ramos' funeral. "All of the city is grieving and grieving for so many reasons but the most personal is we lost such a good man," he said during the remarks.

Before de Blasio spoke, Biden and Cuomo both gave remarks: "I’m sure I speak for the whole nation when I say to you that our hearts ache for you," Biden said to Ramos' family, including his two sons. "Justin and Jaden, know that although your father is gone, you have inherited an entire family. The men and women of the New York Police Department will always be there as long as you are alive. They never, ever, ever forget."

"This is probably the finest police department in the world," he said to applause. "When you patrol the streets of New York, you circle the earth."

Cuomo talked about the Ferguson/Eric Garner protests and recent heated moments between cops and demonstrators: "An attack on the NYPD is an attack on all of us. It's an attack on our system of justice," he said. "The threats against New York’s police are an insult to the law-abiding New Yorkers and they will not be tolerated. They will be investigated and they will be prosecuted."

"In New York the knife of division breaks on the rock of unity," he added. "Nothing will ever defeat or divide our New York family. 9/11 couldn't do it."

Bratton, who spoke after de Blasio, announced that Ramos had been named the honorary chaplain of the 84th Precinct; de Blasio added that Ramos had spent "the last 10 weeks of his life studying to be a chaplain, and he was taken from us on the day he was to graduate."