The current US President Donald Trump, in a conversation with the leader of the Republicans in the House of Representatives, Kevin McCarthy, partially admitted his guilt for the riots in Washington last week. This is reported by Fox News, citing knowledgeable sources.
According to the American publication, Trump said that he has “some fault” for what happened in the Capitol. It is noted that McCarthy acted as a kind of “conductor” of the president’s thoughts during a telephone conversation with members of the Republican Party in the House of Representatives. At the same time, the leader of the Republicans himself agreed that the head of state was responsible for the unrest.
Earlier, Trump introduced an emergency situation (ES) in Washington for the sake of the elected head of state Joe Biden. Federal aid will be directed to the District of Columbia in addition to local government efforts due to the security emergency of a Democrat’s inauguration, according to a White House statement.
The storming of the Capitol building in the United States took place on January 6 during a rally of supporters of the current head of state, who do not recognize the results of the November vote, which resulted in the election of Democrat Joe Biden as president. The rallies led to clashes with the police. Five people were killed, dozens were detained.