President Trump condemned the violence on Capitol Hill and Big Tech censoring his ability to communicate with the American people on social media, in a statement released Wednesday.
In a 5-minute video posted from the official White House Twitter account, Trump condemned those on Capitol Hill who committed violence last week.
“Violence and vandalism have absolutely no place in our country, nor any place in our movement,” Trump said.
“Making America Great Again has always been about standing up for the rule of law, supporting the men and women of law enforcement, and upholding our nation’s most sacred traditions and values.”
Trump also criticized Google, Facebook and Twitter for permanently removing his accounts from the Internet, calling their censorship of Americans “bad and dangerous.”
“What is needed now is to listen to each other, not to shut up,” Trump said. “We can all choose, through our actions, to rise above grudge and find common ground and a common goal.”
President Donald Trump addresses the nation from the southern border where he reiterated the peace-keeping movement to empower the American people.
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