The January 6th Commission reportedly has a Trump White House document entitled “Opinions on the Healing of the People.”
The document was drafted for delivery the day after the riot, and Trump made almost the same statement.
The line of document that Mr. Trump did not mention in the Twitter video is “The election campaign is over.”
According to politicians, the House Election Commission investigating January 6, 2021 obtained a document entitled “Opinions on the Healing of the People” from President Donald Trump’s White House. Report It was released on Friday.
Politico reported that this document is part of the records of a number of government agencies that Trump’s legal team attempted to block access to the Commission.Wednesday Supreme Court Rejected Trump’s request to block the release of some of the presidential records clarified how the Commission would obtain them.
This document contains statements that appear to be delivered the day after the Capitol riots. It is unknown who wrote the document, Politico said.
That day, January 7, 2021, Trump release In a Twitter video, he made almost the same statement as the document.
“Like all Americans, I’m outraged by violence, lawlessness, and mayhem,” Trump said in a video.
The statements in the document are as follows: “Like all Americans, I was outraged and sick of violence, lawlessness, and mayhem.”
One line of the document that wasn’t mentioned in Mr. Trump’s Twitter video is “The election campaign is over.”
“But for this election, Congress has approved the results,” the document said, according to Politico. “The election campaign is over. The new government will be launched on January 20. My focus is now on ensuring a smooth, orderly and seamless transition of power. This moment is healing and reconciliation. I need.”
Mr. Trump said, “Parliament has approved the results. A new government will be launched on January 20. My focus is on ensuring a smooth, orderly and seamless transition of power. This moment is healing. Needs reconciliation. “
A spokesman for Trump’s office did not immediately respond to the insider’s request for comment. Since his resignation, Mr. Trump has continued to push the alleged allegations that the 2020 elections are fraudulent and include widespread fraudulent voting.
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