WOwn des Attack on Capitol by supporters of President Donald Trump A second member of his cabinet has resigned. Education Minister Betsy Divos This was announced in a letter he wrote to Trump, which was distributed by the “New York Times”That he would resign this Friday. In response to Wednesday’s violent protests, Divos wrote: “I do not misunderstand the impact of your rhetoric on the situation, it is a turning point for me.” Many Democrats, but many Republicans, have accused Trump of inciting the attack. Divos has been a member of Trump’s cabinet since February 2017.
Earlier in the day, Transport Minister Elaine Chao announced her resignation on Thursday. He said in a letter to his colleagues: “Yesterday our country had a shocking and utterly unavoidable event, when supporters of the president attacked Capitol after the rally he was speaking at. I firmly believe that for many of you, this has deeply affected me in ways I could not set aside. Mitch McConnell.
In the aftermath of the storm in Capitol, Trump’s former chief of staff stepped up Mick Mulwane The commissioner of Northern Ireland has resigned in protest. On Wednesday, First Lady Melania Trump’s chief executive and former White House spokeswoman Stephanie Grisham resigned immediately. Grisham gave no reason for his unexpected move.
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