May 18, 2022

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At a meeting in Texas, Trump considered apologizing to those involved in the attack on the Capitol.

At a meeting in Texas, Trump considered apologizing to those involved in the attack on the Capitol.

Former United States President Donald Trump has opened the door to forgive those who were part of the Capital storm on January 6, 2021, in the wake of the 2024 presidential victory.

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Speaking at a rally in Conroe, Texas, in front of his supporters, the Republican billionaire said on Saturday, “If I run and win, we’ll be fair to those on January 6.

“And if it needs mercy, we will give them mercy because they are being treated unfairly,” he said today.

Since January 6, 2021, more than 725 people – including members of the Proud Boys, Oath Keepers or Three Percent – have been arrested and charged with involvement in this unprecedented attack that killed five people. In front of millions of dumb spectators around the world, Donald Trump supporters tried to enter the congressional seat and some occupied it when elected officials confirmed Joe Biden’s victory in the presidential election.

On January 13, Stewart Rhodes, 56, founder of the right-wing Oath Keepers Group, was charged with “treason” along with ten other members of the organization.

At the same time, the Parliamentary Commission is continuing its work to shed light on the events and determine the possible responsibility of Donald Trump and his entourage in the attack. She subpoenaed several relatives of the former president and invited her daughter Ivanka to testify.

Elected officials are competing over time because Republicans want to regain control of the House and publish their conclusions at all costs before the midterm legislative elections while burying their work.

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