CURTIS, COLLEAGUES INTRODUCE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION TO CONDEMN AND CENSURE PRESIDENT TRUMP | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

CURTIS, COLLEAGUES INTRODUCE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION TO CONDEMN AND CENSURE PRESIDENT TRUMP

Today, Representative John Curtis (R-UT) and Republican colleagues introduced a concurrent resolution to censure the President of the United States, Donald J. Trump, for attempting to unlawfully overturn the 2020 Presidential election and for violating his oath of office on January 6th, 2021.

In the aftermath of the riot at the Capitol last week, lawmakers have the solemn duty to accomplish two missions: hold the President fully and unequivocally accountable for his actions, and simultaneously calm and heal the fever-pitch tensions in our country. Congressman Curtis released the following statement:

“The events at the Capitol last week were abhorrent; all those involved must be held accountable, including President Trump. Censuring the President and making it clear that Congress does not support any level of his involvement in the riots nor any attempts to undermine an election is a critical step in holding him accountable as more facts continue to unfold,” said Curtis. “I urge the Speaker and Democratic leadership to allow time for a full impeachment inquiry so we can properly bring these facts to light and hold those responsible accountable.”

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