President Trump Delivered Message to the American People
President Donald Trump addressed to the American people on twitter in a five-minute long video a day before the House almost unanimously voted for his impeachment.
Since Trump has no access to his account on twitter, the President used the official White House twitter account to condemn the violence that took place in the capital of the country last week and to thank those "who have responded to this moment with calm moderation and grace."
“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 rules of law.”
“Mob violence goes against everything I believe in.”
The President also applied to the fellow countrymen no to fall back on violence in the upcoming events of the next week and respect the law enforcement.
“I have directed federal agencies to use all necessary resources to maintain order,” Trump said.
He also reminded that he brought thousands of Nation Guard members to Washington D.C. to secure safe power transition “without incident.”
He also didn’t forget to mention the increased censorship and violations of freedom of speech in recent days.
“These are tense and difficult times, the efforts to sensor, cancel, and blackmail our fellow citizens are wrong and they are dangerous. What is needed now is for us to listed to one another and not to silence one another.”
“We must focus on advancing the interest of the whole nation, delivering the miracle vaccine, defeating the pandemic, rebuilding the economy, protecting our national security, and upholding the rule of law.”
“Today I’m calling in all Americans to overcame the passion of the moment and join together as one American people. Let us choose to move forward united for the good of our families, our communities, and our country.”
And Trump as usually ended his speech on high note thanking all.
“Thank you, god bless you, and god bless America.”
Yes, the whole speech can seem a bit like a farewell bravado and an attempt to smooth the waters before leaving the office but at least this speech was not read from a teleprompter.