Trump accuses Biden of “political theater” after Capitol speech | abroad

Trump accuses Biden of "political theater" after Capitol speech |  abroad

The Democratic president blamed Trump for the storm, whose supporters stormed the House of Representatives exactly a year ago to prevent the “stealing” of the election. Biden said he “created a web of lies around the election” because he would put his own interests before those of his country.

Biden is destroying the United States with his policy, Trump responds in a message posted by his spokeswoman Liz Harrington on Twitter. According to Trump, his successor asserted that the United States had lost its borders and had completely lost control of the Corona pandemic and had become dependent on energy. It also points to rising inflation, chaos in the army and an “embarrassing” withdrawal from Afghanistan. Once again, the Republican claims without evidence that he fraudulently stole the election victory.

Trump had scheduled a news conference for Thursday, but earlier this week postponed it to later in the month. Social media has played an important role for Trump. He was banned from communicating via Twitter, Facebook and YouTube on charges of sedition, after which he made unsuccessful attempts to maintain digital communication with his followers in other ways. In October, plans for the TRUTH Social platform surfaced. The launch was scheduled to take place soon, but the app will now be put online on February 21. Trump Media & Technology Group (TMTG) says it wants to offer an alternative to Twitter and later also wants to bring in news, podcasts and entertainment.

Sean Hannity

A House committee is currently investigating the storming of the Capitol on January 6, 2021. As part of that investigation, the House on Tuesday requested the voluntary cooperation of Fox News host Sean Hannity. Previously, close associates of former President Trump, including former adviser Steve Bannon and former chief of staff Mark Meadows, were called to testify before the House of Representatives.

The unprecedented storming of the Capitol still reverberates in the United States a year later. What will happen to the investigation? listening to End of the year podcast broadcastworldly!

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