Trump Tells Supporters He Won’t Concede, Wants to ‘Primary the Hell Out’ of Republicans Who Don’t Fight
Trump supporters began rallying on Tuesday night.
President Donald Trump is addressing his supporters at the Save America Rally in Washington, D.C.
Anything happening in D.C. wouldn’t be valid without a protest, right? Trump showed up at noon.
— Brendan Gutenschwager (@BGOnTheScene) January 6, 2021
Trump said that “we will not concede.” He also continued to put pressure on Vice President Mike Pence to return the votes back to the states to re-certify the election. Except Pence cannot do that.
Jay Sekulow, Trump's lawyer and a constitutional lawyer, has repeatedly said that Pence can not do that. https://t.co/M5zeXnbxtP
— Chuck Ross (@ChuckRossDC) January 6, 2021
Trump will also march with the people.
Trump says he will join supporters walking to the Capitol building to cheer on Republicans challenging the election
— Charlie Spiering (@charliespiering) January 6, 2021
.@realDonaldTrump speaks during DC rally.
Tells the media to turn their cameras toward the crowd because he wants his supporters "to be recognized by the fake news media." pic.twitter.com/4hcf3UGfc8
— Washington Examiner (@dcexaminer) January 6, 2021
President Donald Trump will speak at the Save America Rally at 11 a.m. ET.
But rallies began Tuesday night. Authorities arrested six people:
DC Police arrested five people and U.S. Park Police arrested one person, according to DC Police’s news release.
People were arrested for the following in Washington on Tuesday by DC Police:
- One adult male was arrested and charged with no permit.
- One adult male was arrested and charged with carrying a pistol without a license, carrying a rifle or a shotgun outside home or business, Possession of a large capacity ammunition feeding device, unregistered ammunition, unregistered firearm, and possession of fireworks.
- One adult female for simple assault
- One adult female for simple assault/possession of a prohibited weapon
- One adult male for assault on a police officer
- U.S. Park Police has not released yet why its department made an arrest.
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