Many people have been in contact with the government Donald Trump He resigned after the incidents on Wednesday (6) The president’s followers attacked the capital. This Thursday (7), it was the turn of the Transport Secretaries, Online Chao, Education, Betsy Devos, The first members of the decision-making office of the President.
Divos announced his resignation in a letter Thursday to Trump, who was responsible for the attack on Capitol.
“The impact of his rhetoric on this situation is undeniable. For me, this is a turning point,” the Secretary of Education wrote in a letter to the Wall Street Journal. “Kids see all this and learn from us.”
United States Secretary of Education Betsy Devos in a photo from 12 August 2020 – Photo: Kevin Lamarck / Reuters
Divos is expected to step down this Friday (8). He left hours after Chao’s resignation was announced next Monday (11).
Chao, the wife of Senate Republican leader Mitch McConnell, said on social media that serving in this post was an honor of her life, but she decided to leave after getting “facts to embrace” yesterday’s facts. .
“Today, there have been a lot of tests of conscience and discussion. This is the right thing to do,” he wrote.
U.S. Secretary of Transport Elaine Chao with her husband, Senator Mitch McConnell, at the inauguration of the Capitol and Washington, D.C. on January 3 – Photo: Samuel Quorum via Pool AP
The head of the corporation, Steven A., was highly critical of the response of the Capital Police during the occupation. Mayor, Nancy Pelosi.
Outside the government, but still close to the president, Jerome Marcus, the lawyer representing the Trump campaign, resigned in one of the first cases where the 2020 presidential election results were challenged. He told a federal judge, “The client used the attorney’s services for a crime.”
“The client is forcing the lawyer to take action that is disgusting and the lawyer fundamentally disagrees,” Marcus wrote in court Thursday, asking that the Trump campaign withdraw the case filed in the County Council of Elections. Philadelphia where vote processing observers can stay.
Even on Wednesday or Thursday morning, five names of the Trump administration announced that they would step down after the events on Capitol Hill. they were:
- Stephanie Grisham, Former White House Communications Director and former Press Secretary and current Chief of Staff of First Lady Melania Trump
- Ryan TullySenior Director of European and Russian Affairs resigns from National Security Council
- Matt Pottinger, Deputy National Security Adviser
- John Costello, Deputy Assistant Secretary of Intelligence and Security in the Department of Commerce
- Mick Mulwani, Former Trump chief of staff and current special envoy to Northern Ireland