Trump has reportedly been recognized as being partially responsible for the Capitol riot
President Trump admitted he was somewhat to blame for his supporters' decision to storm the U.S. Capitol last week in a conversation with House GOP leader Kevin McCarthy. McCarthy reportedly told House Republicans on a phone call Monday that the president had confirmed it, Fox News and Politico said, and McCarthy reportedly agreed that Trump was responsible for the riot in the Capitol that left five people dead. including a Capitol cop when Congress met last week to count the votes. The president's supporters raved about the Capitol last week after a "Save America" rally held at the White House on Wednesday, he urged his supporters to "fight like hell" and said he "will never admit". However, the president publicly took no responsibility for the riots. Almost 24 hours after the riots, Trump released a video condemning the violence and lawlessness in the Capitol, despite not telling Trump that emotions were "high" and that he was focused focus on "ensuring a smooth, orderly and seamless transfer of power". "For those involved in violence and destruction, this is not the case." represent our country, "said Trump. "And for those who broke the law, you will pay." After the chaos subsided on Wednesday, Congress returned and confirmed the vote in the electoral college, officially confirming Joe Biden's presidential victory. "Even if I disagree with the election result at all and the facts confirm me, there will be an orderly transition on January 20," said the president in a statement made early by White House Deputy Chief of Staff Dan Scavino Posted on Twitter Thursday morning. "I always said we would go on with our fight to make sure that only legal votes are counted," Trump said. "While this marks the end of the greatest first term in the President's history, it is only the beginning of our struggle to make America great again!" House will meet on Wednesday to consider indicting President Trump of "inciting insurrection" after the riot. Democrats on Monday introduced a single article on impeaching President Trump on charges of "inciting insurrection". He said he had "seriously endangered the security of the United States and its government institutions." The four-page impeachment resolution includes Trump's false comments about his election defeat to President-elect Joe Biden, his efforts to get Georgia officials to "find" him additional votes and his comments at Wednesday's rally.