Rep. Jim Jordan Reads Statement from President Trump During Impeachment Debate

‘In light of reports of more demonstrations, I urge that there must be no violence, no lawbreaking and no vandalism of any kind’


JORDAN: "Madam Speaker, statement from the President: 'I urge that there be no bias, no law-breaking, no vandalism of any kind. This is not what I stand for, it's not what America stands for. I call on all Americans to help to ease tensions and calm down.' Just put out that statement by the President of the United States."

Video files
Audio files
Similar stories
Watts: Russian Fronts Tweet Fake News at Trump When He’s Online & He Shares Them
Luther Strange Uses Closing Argument to Defend Honor of President Trump
Thornberry: ‘I’m Concerned’ Trump’s Budget Doesn’t Keep His Promise to Rebuild Our Military
Rep. Peter King: ‘Today’s Articles of Impeachment Against President Trump Are an Assault on Our Constitution’
Mercedes Schlapp: ‘President Trump Has Been a Bold and Decisive Leader During’ COVID-19 Pandemic