FrancisPope Francis’ view: The great divisive TSA screened 3 million travelers on New Year’s weekend He said the violent “movement” that took place in the U.S. Capitol on Wednesday must be condemned.
of Associated Press In an interview with Italian broadcaster Mediaset, which aired on Saturday, his comments were reported on Saturday.
Francis said, “Thank God, it exploded,” according to the news organization. “So it can be seen, so it can be remedied.”
Francis said: “This movement must be condemned, no matter who is involved.”
World leader trade off Five people were killed in violation of the U.S. Capitol this week, including Capitol police and a 35-year-old woman who was shot. As rioters overtook the Capitol, vandalized offices and statues, and broke windows, the Capitol was locked.
Some demonstrators even entered the House of Representatives and Senate.
Prime Minister of Canada Justin TrudeauJustin Pierre James Trudeau condemn President TrumpDonald Trump McConnell circulated the procedures for Trump’s second Senate impeachment trial and suggested establishing his own platform after the Twitter ban vote: 18% of Republicans support Congressional riots. More And his allies “incited” the riots on Friday.
Trudeau said at a meeting: “What we are witnessing is the attack on democracy by violent rioters instigated by the current president and other politicians.” Press conference.
“Although that incident is still shocking, deeply disturbing and frankly sad, we also saw the resilience of democracy in the United States this week.”
Trump gave a speech at a supporter rally on the National Mall on Wednesday. He encouraged supporters to go to the Capitol and asked Congress to count only “legal voters.”
After his speech, the rioters replaced Capitol Hill.