Trump canceled a conference scheduled for Jan. 6, the anniversary of the attack on the Capitol
New York – Former President Donald Trump The press conference scheduled for January 6 was canceled Florida, On the first anniversary of the attack on Capitol In the hands of a group of his supporters.
In a statement released Tuesday, Trump said he would address his grievances during a planned rally in Arizona in the middle of the month.
It was assumed that Trump would use the press conference to lash out against the commission House of Representatives Investigating the events of January 6, when a mob of his supporters went to the Capitol with the intention of disrupting the transfer of power and repeating his lies about the 2020 elections.
The former president falsely claims that the election was “stolen” from him and that the “real” uprising took place on November 3, 2020, the day of the Democrats. Joe Biden Election College won 306-232. State and federal election officials, as well as Trump’s own attorney general and various judges, have repeatedly said the election was fair.
The event, to be held in Florida, would be Trump’s second press conference since stepping down as president.