Trump assessed the risk of his removal

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The current US President Donald Trump said that the possibility of using the 25th Amendment to the Constitution on the removal from power poses zero risk for him. He stated this during a speech in Texas on Tuesday, January 12.

According to him, the amendment will return to Joseph Biden and his administration. He also called on Democrats to be “careful with desires,” as the impeachment swindle is the “greatest witch hunt” in US history, which will cause division and incredible anger, writes NBC News.

Trump also promised that he would not accept the transfer of power to the team of President-elect Joe Biden. In addition, Trump believes that the right to free speech of Americans is now under attack more severely than ever before.

On January 11, Trump announced the introduction of a state of emergency in Washington and sent federal assistance to the authorities of the American capital to ensure security ahead of the inauguration of US President-elect Joseph Biden.

On January 6, Trump supporters rioted Washington DC. During the protests, they broke into the Capitol. There were clashes with police, during which dozens of people were injured on both sides. Five people died, including one of the law enforcement officers. The US Congress approved the election of Democrat Joe Biden as President of the United States on January 7.

The next day, Trump announced that he would not be attending Biden’s inauguration.

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