U.S. President Donald Trump, who lost the election last November, stood up for the Americans who voted for him. The head of state wrote this on Twitter.
“The 75 million great American patriots who voted for me, [campaign slogans] ‘America First’ and ‘Make America Great Again,’ will have a voice for a long time to come. They will not be disrespected or treated unfairly in any way,” Trump wrote.
On Jan. 6, a rally of his supporters, who did not recognize the outcome of the November vote that elected Democrat Joe Biden as president, ended with a storming of the Capitol building and clashes with police. Five people were killed in the fighting.
After the incident, Trump’s Facebook accounts were blocked until the end of his term, that is, until January 20. The incumbent himself still refuses to concede defeat in the election, but promises to peacefully hand over power to Biden.