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Donald Trump Cancels His Jan. 6 Anniversary Speech at Mar-a-lago Following the Disclosure of Hannity Messages.


Earlier this week, Donald Trump canceled the news conference he had planned for Mar-a-Lago, Florida, to commemorate the Capitol riot of January 6, 2017.

A congressional committee looking into the insurrection released texts from Fox News host Sean Hannity, who texted then-White House chief of staff Mark Meadows about his concerns over Capitol violence and raised questions about Mr. Trump’s election fraud claims. This prompted Mr. Trump to alter his plans.

The following 48 hours were causing Mr. Hannity “great worry,” according to a text message he sent on the 5th of January 2021. It was just days before this that he said, “I do not believe that January 6 will happen as he is being led to believe.”

Instead, he claimed, he’ll host a rally in Arizona on January 15th. Despite the fact that he is likely to repeat the same lies about the 2020 election as he did on January 6, the president will be able to avoid being confronted with questions regarding the violence that occurred on the Capitol grounds that day.

Donald Trump Cancels His Jan. 6 Anniversary Speech at Mar-a-lago Following the Disclosure of Hannity Messages.

After a statement from President Trump, “I have decided to cancel the January 6th Press Conference due to the total bias and dishonesty of the January 6th Unselect Committee of Democrats, two failed Republicans, and the Fake News Media,” he referred to the congressional committee that has been responsible for so many damaging revelations about the events of January 6 and the hours leading up to them.

Ex-President Obama went on to accuse House Speaker Nancy Pelosi of stalling the law enforcement response necessary to safeguard her and her colleagues, despite testimony from neutral House security professionals and Ms. Pelosi herself.

On the House Select Committee on Capitol Riot, he accused Rep Adam Schiff of “forg[ing]” a statement from Rep. Jim Jordan, alluding to a text message sent by Mr. Jordan to Mr. Trump’s chief of staff during a committee hearing in which the altered language was displayed in a visual made by employees.

Also, President Joe Biden will not have to compete with Mr. Trump’s speech at the Capitol because Mr. Trump has changed his plans. Vice President Joe Biden is set to speak out about the dangers posed by Trump’s claims about voter fraud and the United States’ voting procedures.


It has been widely reported that conservative senators are furious that the former president intends to continue talking about the 2020 presidential election one year after his defeat.

In the wake of the news, the editor of The Bulwark, Bill Kristol, called it a “disappointment.”

It is good that Trump wants to remember the 187 minutes he went silent and missing in action on January 6, 2017, by going silent this year,” tweeted Mr. Kristol.

the widening rift between the Republican caucus in the House and the Senate over the January 6 issue is illustrated by senators’ outrage and Mr. Trump changing his plans as a result

Andrew Clyde and Marjorie Taylor Greene, among other House Republicans, have attempted to downplay the gravity of last week’s terrorist attacks on the Capitol and disseminate misinformation about the 2020 presidential election. As Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell’s resistance to the 2020 election’s certification on the day of the violence shows, support for such rhetoric in the Senate is significantly less common.

Since leaving office, Mr. Trump has held rallies and events as he continues to be unhappy about his defeat in the 2020 election and the overwhelming favorite of GOP primary voters to win the 2024 nomination, according to polling.

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