Trump grudgingly promises ‘orderly transition’ a day after riot at Capitol

Trump grudgingly promises 'orderly transition' a day after riot at Capitol


President Donald Trump gave a speech on Wednesday in which many said the mob stirred the US Capitol.

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A day after the violence erupted on Capitol Hill, President Donald Trump said there would be “Sorted Transition” of Power On 20 January. The president’s statement, shared Thursday on Twitter by White House director of social media Dan Scavino, said he still disagreed with the election result and refrained from any mention of the concession.

“Even though I completely disagree with the results of the election, and I remember the facts, there will be an orderly transition on January 20,” the statement said. “I have always said that we will continue our fight to ensure that only legal votes are counted. While this represents the end of the biggest first term in the history of the president, it is our mission to make America Great Again Battle is beginning! “

Crowd of trump supporters US capital storm On Wednesday, the process of inciting violence and certifying Joe Biden as the next US president was halted. Trump has for weeks Unfounded claims of voter fraud “We will never give up, we will never celebrate,” he told supporters in the 2020 election and at a rally in DC on Wednesday.

Twitter, Facebook and Snapchat on Wednesday Trump’s accounts blocked on social media platforms, Citing policy violations. Several technology leaders – including Apple CEO Tim Cook and Google CEO Sundar Pichai – Riot condemned.

Congress rejoined Biden’s victory over Trump early Thursday and rejected Republican efforts to exclude Pennsylvania’s electoral votes for Georgia for the presidential election.

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