In an interview, the former President of the United States said, among other things, there was “a lot of love”. This should fuel a dispute between Democrats and Republicans.
Former US President Donald Trump’s interview statements on January 6 have stirred a tussle over the body responsible for the Capitol attack. Trump says, “And there was a loving crowd. There was a lot of love. I’ve heard it from everyone.” according to an audio recording (from minute 2:45) of both Washington Post-Reporters Carol Leonig and Philip Rucker. He also claims that Capitol Police “led” the rioters. Both assertions were made through video footage of the incident and research by journalists Long rejected.
Leonig and Rucker received Trump’s Mar-A in March for their new book, “I Alone Can Fix It: Donald J. Trump’s Catastrophic Final Year” (something like: Only I Can Fix: Donald J. Trump’s Disastrous Last Year). – Lago bid. Trump said he believed it was the biggest crowd he had ever spoken to before.
On January 6, Trump supporters stormed the Capitol and stormed the US Congressional seat in Washington. Five people were killed, including a Capitol policeman. Dozens of people were injured. The attack led to Trump facing impeachment proceedings as he had previously booed his supporters in a speech. At the end of the trial, the Republican was acquitted.
The committee to investigate the attack on the Capitol is due to begin next week in the House of Representatives. Recently there was disagreement about the body between Democrats and Republicans. Congress Chamber President Nancy Pelosi turned down two Republican candidates for the body. Both are considered loyal supporters of Trump. Kevin McCarthy, the Republican minority leader in the Chamber of Congress, threatened to boycott the committee.
“It’s dead serious,” Pelosi said. “It’s about our Constitution, it’s about our country. It’s about the attack on the Capitol that for some reason is being misrepresented at the cost of establishing the truth.” According to the statements and actions of the rejected candidates, it would be “ridiculous” if they were part of this committee.
Last week The first sentence was imposed in connection with the attack on the Capitol.. A 38-year-old man was found guilty of obstructing administrative process by a federal district court and sentenced to eight months in prison. He was broken into the Capitol Senate Chamber. This decision is also being considered revolutionary for other rioters, who have to answer in court. In total, more than 500 people have to answer in court for their participation in the attack.
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