January 29, 2022


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‘Arrest Trump Now’ Trends Following Video Edit Of Trump Giving Orders To Hit The Capitol Combined With Riots

It’s been nearly six months since former President Donald Trump resigned and was replaced in the Oval Office by Vice President Joe Biden.

Given the extent of Trump’s damage to the country, it’s no surprise that he’s still one of the most divisive political figures in the world.

On Monday morning, the globe awoke to a new trend on Twitter, demanding that the former President be incarcerated “right now” for his statement that sparked the January 6, 2021 Capitol riots.

Trump still doesn’t appreciate the gravity of his statements, as evidenced by a video interview.

“#ArrestTrumpNow” is one of the most popular hashtags on the internet right now, with supporters arguing that #45 should be imprisoned for posing such a serious threat to the country’s democracy.

After “some time to contemplate,” Trump says he gave a “very mild-mannered address,” according to a viral Fox News interview.

The film then shifts to show his supporters destroying the Capitol building by storming in, smashing windows, and posing a severe threat to everyone within.

Trump promised his supporters before the raid that they would “never take back our country with weakness, you have to demonstrate strength.”

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