Minute by minute: Day 2 of Trump’s second indictment

Despite the process unfolding on Capitol Hill, the White House on Wednesday avoided giving a comment on President Biden’s allegations of his predecessor, instead seeking to focus on the Biden administration’s agenda.

White House Press Secretary Jen Zhaki answered a number of questions about former President Trump’s investigation during a press conference on Wednesday, but declined to comment again, citing Biden’s earlier comments on the Capitol attack.

“It may seem like it was some time ago, but the president has spoken repeatedly about the events of January 6,” Sackie told a reporter who heard the reaction to the powerful video set shown by prosecution lawyers on Tuesday.

“Jan.” He certainly wasn’t quiet. “

When asked later if there was any further comment because the president was not involved in the end of the investigation, Zaki replied: “The American public should read this, not as a commentator on the daily escalation of the indictment, but as a commitment to do exactly what he chose to do, but to press for a US bailout.” Giving, it will ensure that people go back to work with the help they need, get vaccinated, and schools reopen.

“That’s what they told him to do. That’s what he focuses on doing every day,” he added.

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