President Trump Says He Doesn’t Want Violence, Fails To Take Responsibility For Attacks On Capitol Hill

President Donald Trump believes that his speech inciting chaos on Capitol Hill was “totally appropriate.”

“They’ve analyzed my speech, my words,” Trump said in a statement during his first public appearance since the attempted coup. “Everybody to a T thought it was appropriate.”

The President is in the final week of his presidency. In the past week, the President has been blacklisted by most social media companies — and is facing a second impeachment. The president believes “free speech is under assault like never before” and that him being banned on these platforms make his supporters angry.

“It causes a lot of problems and a lot of anger,” the President said. “There’s always a counter-move when they do that.”

“The 25th amendment is of zero risk to me, but will come back to haunt Joe Biden and the Biden administration,” Trump declared.

The President says that if he was to be impeached it would incite violence.

“This impeachment is causing tremendous anger, and you’re doing it and it’s really a terrible thing that they’re doing,” he said.”For Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer to continue on this path, I think it’s causing tremendous danger to our country, and it’s causing tremendous anger. I want no violence.”

It is only after the Capitol Hill chaos that the President is calling for no violence and peace.

“Now is the time for our nation to heal,” he said.

 

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