That’s what she says about the storming of the US Capitol

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After the storm on the Capitol in Washington, First Lady Melania Trump has spoken. Although she condemns the violence, she does not address her husband’s electoral defeat.

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First Lady Melania Trump has broken her silence since the outbreak of violence by supporters of the elected US President Donald Trump at the US Capitol. “I am disappointed and discouraged about what happened last week,” she said in a detailed statement on Monday.

“It is edifying to see so many find a passion and excitement for participating in an election, but we must not allow passion to turn into violence. Our way forward is to find our similarities and the friendly and to be strong people that I know we are. “

Melania Trump expressed her condolences to the relatives of the dead in the context of the violent storming of the Capitol, naming first the participants who died and then the two police officers, one of whom died off duty.

She also complained that there had been “lewd gossip, unjustified personal attacks, and false, misleading allegations” against her in connection with the events at the Capitol. She then condemned the violence. “Our nation needs to heal in a civil way,” declared the First Lady. “I fully condemn the violence that has taken place at our nation’s Capitol. Violence is never allowed.”

Thanks for support in Trump’s tenure

As an American, she is proud that there is the freedom in the USA to express one’s own views without fear of persecution. Different political positions should never be the basis for “aggression and malice”.

Melania Trump also used her statement to thank the millions of Americans who supported her and her husband over the past four years, shortly before the end of Donald Trump’s tenure on Jan. “It has been the honor of my life to serve as your first lady.” But she did not mention her husband’s electoral defeat.

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