Fact Check: Did Trump Say to 'Peacefully and Patriotically' March to the Capitol?
8 days ago - By Newsweek
Following calls for impeachment, President Trump and his supporters maintain that the president's speech did not incite violence because he called for peaceful protests at the Capitol to disrupt the certification of the presidential election results.
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