Donald Trump calls Capitol assault "one of the biggest moves in history"

Donald Trump calls Capitol assault “one of the biggest moves in history”

Former President Donald Trump has claimed that the January 6, 2021 Capitol Assault, in which the country plunged back on Thursday, June 9, through a parliamentary inquiry, was “one of the greatest movements in history to make America great».

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After nearly a year of investigating the facts and actions of the Republican billionaire before, during and after the attack on the US Congress, a group of elected officials presented their first conclusions at 8pm local time (12am GMT Friday). They promised to reveal how the chaos of this day “was the result of a coordinated campaign to overturn the outcome of the 2020 presidential election and prevent the transfer of power from Donald Trump to Joe Biden».

“Making America Great”

But for Donald Trump, this commission “did not dwell for a single minute on the reason why the crowd went to Washington in large numbersOn January 6, 2021, he denounced on Thursday on his social network, Truth Social. On that day, thousands of his supporters had gathered in Washington to denounce the result of the 2020 election which saw the former real estate mogul lose. A crowd had stormed the U.S. Congress headquarters, causing a global shockwave.

«January 6 was not just a demonstration, it was one of the greatest movements in the history of our country to make America great.Donald Trump hammered. «There was talk of a rigged and stolen electionHe said, reiterating once again without proof this conspiracy theory, which has been repeatedly dismantled by the authorities. For many months now, the so-calledJanuary 6– seven Democrats and two Republicans – heard more than 1,000 witnesses, including two children of the former president, and peeled through 140,000 documents to shed light on Donald Trump’s exact responsibility in the event that shook American democracy.

Proponents of her case have been working to make the actual transcript of this statement available online. But the majority of Republicans denounce the work of this group of elected officials, with the main stakeholder Donald Trump lashing out at a “witch hunt».

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