Trump urges Americans to be ‘united’ but doesn’t mention impeachment

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Trump urges Americans to be “united” but does not mention impeachment. (FILE)

Washington:

US President Donald Trump urged Americans to be “united” and avoid violence in his opening comments after being impeached on Wednesday – while avoiding any mention of impeachment.

In the videotaped speech, Trump said he “called on all Americans to overcome the passions of the moment and unite as one American people. Let us choose to move forward united for the sake of our families.”

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Refuting to his supporters who assaulted Congress a week ago, triggering his second indictment in the House of Representatives, Trump said “there is never a justification for violence. No excuses, no exceptions: America is a nation of laws “.

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“Those who carried out the attacks last week will be brought to justice,” he said.

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