Trump ‘expressed remorse’ for the video where he guaranteed a serene transfer of power and says he won’t resign, NYT report says
- President Donald Trump expressed regret for a video he shared on Thursday, throughout which he condemned the US Capitol riots and guaranteed a smooth transfer of power, according to a New York Times report.
- Trump shared the video one day after a violent mob of his advocates breached the federal building, causing legislators to leave and leaving five individuals dead.
- House Democrats have threatened Trump with impeachment unless he resigns, however, the president refuses to do so, according to The Times.
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President Donald Trump revealed remorse for a video he shared on Thursday, during which he condemned the riots at the US Capitol and guaranteed a smooth transition of power, according to a report from The New York Times
In the video, published one day after a violent mob of his advocates breached the federal structure, the president said those involved “have actually defiled the seat of American democracy” and “will pay.”
He also acknowledged that a “new administration” will be inaugurated on January 20, something he has actually frequently decreased to do.
” My focus now turns to making sure a smooth, orderly, and smooth transition of power,” he said in the video.
The following day, however, Trump said he would not go to President-elect Biden’s inauguration.
Since the Capitol riots that caused Congress to evacuate and left 5 people dead, the fallout has been swift for Trump.
Administration authorities, consisting of 2 cabinet members, have resigned Lawmakers, including from his own party, have called on him to resign. And Home Democrats and Speaker of the Home Nancy Pelosi have threatened to impeach him.
But the president is refusing to resign, according to The Times report.
In the video Trump apparently now regrets, he did not duplicate the unverified claims of extensive citizen scams that he has actually spread since losing the election.
He likewise called for “recovery and reconciliation.”
” We need to rejuvenate the sacred bonds of love and commitment that bind us together as one nationwide household,” he said.
Trump shared the video after being locked out of his Twitter account for about half a day after the platform stated some of his tweets broke their policies versus inciting violence.
One of the tweets was a video of Trump resolving the rioters, in which he stated “go home, we like you, you are very special,” and duplicated unsubstantiated claims about the 2020 election. He did not condemn the violent actions of his supporters.
On Friday, one day after regaining access to his account, Trump was suspended from Twitter completely “due to the danger of further incitement of violence,” the firm stated.
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