The New Jersey Democrat told CNN: “It’s really just an instinct. I don’t really like to think about it, I just want to do something.” “I really feel I need to try to correct the chaos that has occurred. effect.”
King said: “The debate we had was incredible. Each of us was very excited and still very shaken.”
Early on Thursday morning, he decided to take a walk around the building, which was still littered with broken glass and other debris.
“I went back to the rotunda. What I saw and heard at that time shocked them by the absolute bad conditions-the rubbish and debris on the statue, the floor, some benches were slanted, there were a lot of broken furniture, and the broken American flag. And different elements.”
He saw a police officer throw away a pizza box and asked him if he had any other garbage bags.
Then he picked up rubbish in the rotunda of the Capitol and the National Statue Hall.
The photographer took photos of Kim Jong Il and shared them widely on social media.
Once, Kim Jong Il passed a plaque inscribed with the foundation stone laid by President George Washington.
King said: “This moment really reminds me that this building is bigger than all of us, and the democratic system is bigger than all of us. It deserves and needs our respect.”
Kim, the son of South Korean immigrants, said he humbly represented the New Jersey District 3 won by President Trump in 2016 and 2020. He also expressed awe at working in the Capitol, which he called “the temple of our democracy.”
King said: “If someone feels capable of desecrating our Capitol, bringing the Confederate flag into that building and waving it proudly, then these are people who disrespect the government. These people are.” “They don’t have what we need. That kind of humility. These people are not inspired by this building, they don’t understand the purpose of building this building, the purpose of preserving it.”
He said: “We do need to take urgent action, but this will not solve all problems.”
He said it is vital to work to restore Americans’ respect for the government and each other.
King said: “I am hopeful, but I am not naive. I understand the profound challenges we face.”