Biden: Trump is responsible for the congressional riots
According to the report of THE Hill and CNN, Biden spoke on the violent impact on Congress on Thursday (7th local time) after confirming his election as president in the United States Congress.
“In my opinion, yesterday was one of the darkest days in the history of our country.” Biden said in a speech in Wilmington, Delaware, on the same day that Trump should be responsible for the violent impact on Congress.
For the past four years, our president has clearly despised our democracy, the Constitution and the rule of law in everything he does.”
He also angrily denounced those involved in the violent shock, “They are not protesters.
Don’t say they are protesters. They are a mob, rebels, and domestic terrorists.”
Pelosi calls on Pence to immediately remove Trump
Speaker of the U.S. House of Representatives Pelosi called for the invocation of the Twenty-fifth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution to remove Trump in connection with the riots in the U.S. Congress, otherwise the United Nations would launch a second impeachment.
According to CNN on the 7th, Pelosi said that she joined Senate Democratic Leader Schumer in calling on Vice President Pence to immediately remove the current president by invoking the 25th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution; if Pence and the cabinet do not act, the U.S. Congress may be ready to initiate impeachment proceedings again.
Pelosi said that “the president called for inflammatory action and indescribable attacks on the United States and the people” and “should not remain in office”.
Trump’s Twitter account was tweeted for the first time after it resumed.
Just now, Trump tweeted for the first time after the resumption of his Twitter account in a video speech, saying that “the new government will take office from January 20”.