Former US President Donald Trump (2017-2021) said Thursday that his successor, Joe biden who blamed him today for assault on the US Capitol a year ago and preferring his ego over democracy, he has used it “to divide.”
“He used my name today to try to further divide America,” Trump said in a statement, who last Tuesday canceled a press conference that he had scheduled for today at his residence in Mar-a-Lago (Florida).
Biden blamed the Republican on Thursday for creating a “web of lies” about the 2020 elections and inciting his followers to storm the Capitol.
“His wounded ego matters more to him than our democracy and our Constitution. He cannot accept that he lost, ”he said. Biden in a speech from the Capitol on the first anniversary of the attack that left five dead and 140 officers wounded.
In response to Biden, Trump again insisted that the 2020 “rigged” presidential election should be discussed, in which he lost to the Democrat.
“They got away with it and it is leading to the destruction of our country,” he said. Trump.
The Republican added that Biden is destroying the country with “crazy policies of open borders, corrupt elections, disastrous energy policies, unconstitutional mandates and devastating school closings.”
In addition, Trump criticized the media by rejecting that they refer to the alleged electoral fraud as the “Big Lie.”
“Democrats want to take over this January 6 to stoke fears and divide the United States,” emphasized the Republican.
Last tuesday Trump He indicated that he was canceling his appointment with the press due to “the total partiality” of the Committee that investigates the assault on the Capitol on January 6, 2021.
Trump He added in a second written statement that for many people it is “very painful” to see Biden speak because they were the ones who stopped “the peaceful transfer with rigged elections.”
“They spread a ‘web of lies’ about me and Russia for four years to try to reverse the 2016 elections, and now they lie about how they interfered in the 2020 elections as well,” he commented on the Democrats.
“The United States is the laughing stock of the world, and it is all due to the actual insurrection,” Trump said. referring to the presidential elections of November 3, 2020, which he lost.
A poll released Thursday by the Knight Foundation indicates that the majority of Americans believe that the assault on the Capitol of Trump supporters it was an illegitimate expression of freedom.