January 6: Trump Sets The Record Straight

President Trump knows who is really to blame for the January 6th attack. In a recent comment, while on board his plane to an event in Iowa, Trump told reports former Vice President Mike Pence is the one to blame for January 6th. While Pence had previously blamed Trump for the attack – Trump set the record straight.

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In a comment, according to the Daily Beast, Trump said

“Had he sent the votes back to the legislatures, they wouldn’t have had a problem with Jan. 6, so in many ways you can blame him for Jan. 6.”

“Had he sent them back to Pennsylvania, Georgia, Arizona, the states, I believe, number one, you would have had a different outcome. But I also believe you wouldn’t have had ‘Jan. 6’ as we call it.”

These comments Trump has made on the subject are coming after Pence had previously stated Trump was “wrong” about the election.

“I had no right to overturn the election and his reckless words endangered my family and everyone at the Capitol that day, and I know that history will hold Donald Trump accountable.”

President Trump has remained that he had nothing to do with the January 6th attack and as Trump has undergone an extensive investigation pertaining to the attack.

Trump Took The Top iTunes Spot This Weekend

Trump has also recently worked on a song with members of J6 Prison Choir group, which was composed of men who were incarcerated as a result of their involvement in the January 6 Capitol attack. Which this song, “Justice for All,” recently took the top spot on the U.S. iTunes chart.

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Doris Lauter
Doris Lauter
1 year ago

THey are both wrong. Antifa website told members to wear Trump hats and go to the capitol while Turmp was there and riot. They invied BLM, Proud Boys, Oath Keeprs, InsurgentsUSA. Just check the jail and you will find those people are in jail now. No Trup peopke in jail. Trump was a mile away, giving a speech , according to an FBI agent, who told the press.

bruce bayless
bruce bayless
1 year ago

Pence wrongly treated the validation of the vote as a purely ceremonious event. Given the number of objections supported by the proper legislators, the counts in question should have been reviewed in detail. The results may or may not have changed but trump and his supporters would have been heard. The ceremony and the steps are not just majestic procedures to go through. They were developed to provide a systematic resolution to these situations.