Trump releases video with no mention of impeachment

While President Donald Trump condemned last week's violent attack on the Capitol and called for an end to further violence, there was no mention of his impeachment in the video.
5:12 | 01/14/21

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My fellow Americans. I want to speak to you tonight. About the troubling events of the past week. As I have said he encouraged and of the US capitol. Struck at the very heart of our republic. It anchors and appalled millions of Americans. Across the political spectrum. I want to be very clear. I unequivocally. Condemned the violence. That we saw last week. Violence and vandalism have absolutely no place in our country and no place in our movement. Making America great again has always been about defending the rule of low. Supporting the men and women of law enforcement. And upholding our nation's most sacred traditions and that means. Mob violence goes against everything I believe in and everything our movement stands. No true supporter of mine could ever endorse. Political violence. No true supporter of mine could ever disrespect. Law enforcement. Or our great American flag. No true supporter mine could ever threaten or harass their fellow Americans. If you do any of these things you are not supporting our movement. You're attacking it and you're attacking our country. We cannot tolerate it. Tragically over the course of the past year. Made so difficult because of open in nineteen. We have seen political violence spiral. Out of control. We have seen too many riots too many mops to many acts of intimidation. And destruction. It must. Whether you are on the right. Are on the left. A Democrat. Or Republican. There is never a justification. For violence. No excuses. No exceptions. America is a nation of laws. Those who engaged in the attacks last week. Will be brought to justice. Now I am asking everyone who has ever believed in marriage ahead. To be think you don't ways to ease tensions. Com campers. And help to promote peace in our country. There has been reporting that additional demonstrations are being planned. In the coming days. Both here in Washington. And across. The country. I have been briefed by the US Secret Service. Or the potential threats. Every American deserves to have their voice heard. In a respectful and peaceful way. That is your First Amendment right. But I cannot emphasize that there must be no violence. No law breaking. And no vandalism of Attica. Every what must follow our laws and obeyed the instructions of law enforcement. I've directed federal agencies to use all necessary resources. To maintain order. In Washington DC Lee bring in N thousands of National Guard members. To secure this city and issue or that a transition can occur safely and without incident. Like all of you I was shocked and deeply saddened by the calamity. At the capitalist way. I want to thank the hundreds of millions of incredible American citizens. Who have responded to this moment with Cobb moderation and grace. We will get through this challenge. Just like we always. Are you also want to say a few words about the unprecedented. Assault. On free speech. We have seen in recent days. These are tense and difficult times. The efforts to censor can't sell at blacklist. Our fellow citizens are wrong. And they are dangers. What is needed now is for us to listen to one another. Not to silence. One and up. All of us didn't shoes. By our actions. To rise above the rank here. And find common ground and shared purpose. We must focus on advancing the interests of the whole nation. Delivering the eve miracle vaccines. Defeating the pandemic. Rebuilding the economy. Protecting our national security. And upholding the rule of law. Today I'm calling on all Americans to overcome the passions of the moment. And joined together as one American people. Let issues to move forward united. For the good of our families. Our communities. And our country. Thank you god bless you and god bless America.

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