Washington: US President Donald Trump has refused to take responsibility for the incident involving violent mob entering the US Parliament House. Trump publicly stated for the first time after the violence in the Capitol Building, “People think whatever I said was completely correct.”
Trump said on Tuesday that the ‘real problem’ was not his rhetoric, but rather the rhetoric made by Democrats regarding ‘Black Lives Matter’ demonstrations and violence in Seattle and Portland this summer.
Voting for impeachment today
Donald Trump’s term as president has less than seven days left. At the same time, the exercise of bringing impeachment motion against him for the second time is going on in Parliament. Impeachment proceedings have started against Trump in the House of Representatives. On Wednesday, there will be voting on the proposal brought about it. In this impeachment motion, the outgoing president has been accused of ‘inciting treason’ on January 6.
It said that Trump instigated his supporters to lay siege to the Capitol Building (Parliament Complex) when the counting of votes of the Electoral College was going on and the process was disrupted due to the attacks by the people. Five people, including a police officer, were killed in the incident.
‘Anger’ arising due to possibilities of impeachment
Trump said in the White House on Tuesday that because of the possibility of impeachment, there is ‘a lot of anger’ in the country but he does not want ‘violence’. The president spoke to reporters before going to Texas to inspect the wall along the border with Mexico. On the question of impeachment, Trump said, ‘What they are doing is a very bad thing. We do not want violence. never.’
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America’s First Lady Melania Trump gave this statement a week after the US Capitol violence