Biden blames Trump of the assault on the Capitol: He can not accept that he lost

A year after the assault on the United States Congress, the President, Joe Biden, has accused his predecessor, Donald Trump, of "weaving a network of lies" wi

Biden blames Trump of the assault on the Capitol: He can not accept that he lost

A year after the assault on the United States Congress, the President, Joe Biden, has accused his predecessor, Donald Trump, of "weaving a network of lies" with his accusations of fraud in the 2020 elections that culminated in the insurrection in The one who has said this Thursday, "Democracy was attacked."

In a speech, precisely, from the Capitol, which is the building that houses the two cameras of the Congress, Biden has declared that, "due to his wounded ego," Trump "can not accept that he has lost", and he has touched a fiber Very personal of his predecessor in saying that "is not just a former president, he is a defeated president." Trump was going to give a press conference on Thursday, precisely as the Congress celebrates a tribute in memory of the assault, in which four people died, but it has been forced to cancel it by the pressures of their own Republican Correctivities.

Biden has remembered that the States in which Trump needed to win -Varios of them controlled by his companions of the Republican Party - not even the counts - and in Georgia were three - they gave him the victory but on the contrary: "Frequently the margin of Victoria grew slightly".

The Chair tried to present his predecessor as a character that acted alone and against the decisions of the judges (Trump lost 64 cases in the justice in which he alleged fraud, and in the only one he won was defeated in a court of appeal) , as evidenced by the fact that none of the other hundreds of elections that were held on November 3, 2020 was questioned.

Now there is the future. The January 6 Research Commission launched by the Congress progresses but very slowly due to the obstructionism of Trump and the closeness of it, and it is certain that, if Republicans win the elections to the next November congress - as it seems likely - will dissolve .

Biden has insisted today that "the past can not be buried," and that "we must make sure that this does not happen again."

Before Biden, the Vice President, Kamala Harris, had spoken to request that Congress approve two laws that would transfer control of elections, which at present is in the hands of States, to Washington. "We can not stay out of the margin," Harris said. However, the unanimous opposition of the Republicans, plus two Democratic Senators -Joe Manchin and Kyrsten Sinema- makes virtually impossible for that reform to go ahead.

Updated Date: 06 January 2022, 11:11

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