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Trump Makes First On-Camera Appearance in Days, Condemns Violence, Criticizes Democrats

President Trump once again denounced all violence before heading off to South Texas.


President Donald Trump made his first on-camera appearance in several days.

President Trump announced he was on his way to the southern border in Texas.

He touted the succes of the border wall and listed several accomplishments in regards to protecting the country.

President Trump also denounced any and all violence.

Finally, he criticized Democrats on their continued push for impeachment.

The president criticized Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer specifically, admonishing them for the continued damage their push for impeachment is doing to the country.

He then once again reiterated that he wants no more violence.

The Hill has more on President Trump's comments:

President Trump on Tuesday criticized efforts by House Democrats to move forward with impeaching him a second time, calling it “ridiculous” and the cause of “tremendous anger” across the country.

The Democratic-controlled House is poised to vote Wednesday on impeaching Trump for inciting a violent mob of his supporters who attacked the Capitol last week. The riots left five individuals dead and have prompted broad condemnation of the president's actions and rhetoric.

Trump, who spoke to reporters at the White House before leaving Washington for a trip to Texas on Tuesday to tour sections of the southern border wall, said that a second impeachment would be “continuation of the greatest witch hunt in the history of politics” and accused Democrats of endangering the country in moving forward with it. He also said that he wanted “no violence” following the assault in Washington, D.C., last week.

“We want no violence, never violence; we want absolutely no violence,” he said.

"This impeachment is causing tremendous anger,” the president continued. “For Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer to continue on this path, I think it’s causing tremendous danger to our country and it’s causing tremendous anger. I want no violence.”

The remarks represented his first in-person public statement since the riots last week. He did not address his role in the assault on the Capitol.

If you want to watch the video of President Trump, you'd better do it soon, as it would surprise nobody if it's soon removed by Big Tech.

The mainstream media and Democrats continue to prove that they are the ones acting as dictators.


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