President Trump was “pleased” when a crowd of supporters stormed the Capitol for the first time on Wednesday. He ignored the requests of his aides to intervene and resolve the situation. New York Times report. It is said that several consultants tried frantically to persuade him to take action, but to no avail. When the full consequences of the coup attempt became clear (four people were confirmed dead on Thursday night and a congressional policeman received life support), Trump released a videotape in which he finally condemned the violence and recognized his president The term is coming to an end (although from the script while reading). However, even the two-and-a-half-minute video did not appear after Trump realized the damage caused by the riot, but after he realized that he might face legal troubles. Times. It is said that he initially opposed the production of the videotape, and only agreed to the videotape after it became clear that the prosecutor intended to review his comments with supporters before the coup.
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