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An elected Democrat of the American Congress filed a complaint this Friday, March 5 against Donald Trump, the second against the 'ex-president for having "incited an attack on the Capitol", January 6.
"Unable to accept defeat, Donald Trump waged an open war against the peaceful transfer of power" to Joe Biden, wrote Eric Swalwell, elected member of the House of Representatives. "He lied to his supporters over and over and over and over and over again, saying the election was stolen from them," he added, "and finally called on his supporters to descend on Washington D.C" for a demonstration on January 6.
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In a long speech in front of the White House, Donald Trump then launched to the thousands of demonstrators:"Fight like devils.
Eric Swalwell also targets in his complaint, filed in a Washington court, the son of billionaire Donald Trump Jr, his lawyer Rudolph Giuliani and a Republican elected member of the House, Mo Brooks. All had spoken at the same meeting.“The defendants assembled, ignited and encouraged the surly crowd and as such are fully responsible for the damage and destruction that followed. "
A spokesman for Donald Trump, Jason Miller, reacted in a statement to the" Washington Post "by calling Eric Swalwell" less-than-nothing without credibility ”.
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He never accepted the result of the presidential election, believing without merit that his defeat was due to massive fraud.
Although he acquitted the ex-president in the Senate, because he felt that the upper house did not have the competence to judge him, the powerful leader of the Republicans Mitch McConnell himself, in the process, underlined that the path to legal proceedings remained open.
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