US News Donald Trump's children try to limit the damage

20:05  07 january  2021
20:05  07 january  2021 Source:   rollingstone.de

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While Trump supporters, incited by the still-incumbent US president, stormed the Capitol, Trump's children tried to limit the damage. Ivanka Trump, 39, her father's advisor, wrote on Twitter: "American patriots, violating security or disregarding our law enforcement agencies is unacceptable. The violence must stop immediately. Please be peaceful."

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The tweet has since been deleted - probably because they are making the violent rioters "patriots" "ennobled. When asked if she would call these people patriots, she then wrote : "No. Peaceful protest is patriotic. Violence is unacceptable and must be strongly condemned."

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Around the same time, her brother Eric Trump (37), Vice President of the Trump Organization, also wrote on Twitter : "We are the Law & Order Party (law and order) - whoever crosses this red line will be with all the hardship of the law. " Before that, however, he himself had called "to fight". In a TV interview, for example, he said that the career of any senator or congressional politician who did not fight on Wednesday would be over.

We are the party of Law & Order - prosecute anyone who crosses that line to the fullest extent of the law.

- Eric Trump (@EricTrump) January 6, 2021

"You can be a hero or a zero"

Donald Trump Jr. (43) attended the pre-siege rally of the Capitol and warned, "You have one today Opportunity. You can be a hero or you can be a zero. The choice is yours. But we're all watching. The whole world is watching, folks. Choose wisely. " At about the same time as his siblings, he tried to limit the damage to and tweeted : "This is wrong and we are not like that. [...] We have a country to save and that doesn't help."

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This is wrong and not who we are. Be peaceful and use your 1st Amendment rights, but don't start acting like the other side. We have a country to save and this doesn’t help anyone. https://t.co/3oUAPxuwi9

- Donald Trump Jr. (@DonaldJTrumpJr) January 6, 2021

Donald Trump (74) had incited his followers himself with all rhetorical means. During the storming of the Capitol, he wrote on Twitter, among other things: "These are things and events that happen when a landslide victory is suddenly and viciously stolen." In a video he shared on Twitter, he urged his supporters to remain peaceful, but reiterated his unsubstantiated election fraud allegations and said: "You are very special. We love you." The video was deleted from Twitter - and the account of the incumbent US president was blocked for the first time for twelve hours.

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