Former US President Donald Trump’s troubles continue to increase. Donald Trump, who has already faced several charges, can now face action in the case of violence in the US Parliament US Capitol on January 6, 2021. In fact, on Friday, the US Federal Appellate Court ordered to continue the case against Donald Trump in the case of violence in the US Capitol.
Trump gave this argument
We tell you that Donald Trump has appealed the case of violence in the US Capitol that the case registered against him should be dismissed. However, today the court dealt a blow to Trump and ordered the case to continue. Trump said in his appeal that he was the President at the time of the violence and as President, he should be given immunity from the charges filed by the opposition party and police officers. Although the panel of three judges said that Trump can contest the 2024 election, but the legal proceedings will also continue.
Five died in the violence on US Capitol Hill
We will tell you that in the results of the presidential election held in America in the year 2020, former President Donald Trump lost. After this, Trump’s supporters surrounded the US Capitol Hill. During this, Trump’s supporters vandalized and burned the US Parliament. Five people, including a police officer, died in the violence that took place on January 6, 2021. Trump was accused of inciting his supporters. Several people have also been convicted in connection with the violence on Capitol Hill. The committee investigating this matter accused Trump of overturning the decision of defeat, inciting rebellion, obstructing official action, hatching a conspiracy and betraying the country.