The first lady said in the post: “I am disappointed and frustrated with what happened last week,” and its “Be Best” platform is centered on civilization and kindness.
Trump continued to counter his own criticisms, treating himself as a victim in an unprecedented democratic attack.
“I feel ashamed that around these tragic events, there have been vile gossips, unprovoked personal attacks and false misleading accusations against me. These people are people who want to be relevant and have an agenda. This time just for Heal our country, its citizens. It should not be used for personal gain,”
Trump then condemned the events of last week: “That’s right, I absolutely condemn the violence that occurred in our country’s Capitol. Violence is absolutely unacceptable,” she wrote.
“Recently, my thoughts are: Air Force veterans, Ashley Babbitt, Benjamin Phillips, Kevin Gleason, Rosanne Boyland and Capitol Police, Brian Sinic and Howard ·Li Bengood prayed.” she said.
When the image of the mob breaking into the Capitol consumed the airwaves, the first lady’s attention was focused on Timothy Harleth, the chief greeter of the White House, to complete the filming. The media, including CNN, and her staff are asking if Trump plans to issue a calm statement or a call to stop the violence-she did a few months ago to kill George Fr. during a protest around the police. Lloyd (George Floyd). She did not.
Another source in the White House added that she had “checked out” for her reluctance to visit the country, adding: “She is no longer in a place where she wants to be involved mentally or emotionally.”