What happened to all those close to Donald Trump after the demonstrations broke out and the demonstrators stormed the US Congress building?
While Donald Trump, after the injury of many protesters and the death of his master and three others, Trump stated on the social networking site Twitter that the demonstrators must adhere to peace, and he did not clarify the dispersal of these demonstrations.
As a result, all Trump’s tweets about what he dictated to the demonstrators were blocked by the social networking site Twitter
On the other hand, his son, Donald Trump, Ivanka Trump, senior to the president and his advisor, also said: “Any breach of security or lack of respect for our law enforcement is unacceptable. Violence must stop immediately. Please be peaceful.”
But this tweet was also deleted from the social networking site Twitter, but it is also preparing to leave Washington after the outbreak of these demonstrations, and it is possible that it will go to the property that it bought in Florida, which is approximately an hour and a half away from the white winter house that will Donald Trump and his wife stay there, Big Six said.
As for Trump’s wife, his chief of staff and aide to the first lady resigned after the outbreak of violent demonstrations that took place on the Capitol. Stephanie Grisham said through her personal account on the social networking site Twitter: “It was an honor for me to serve the country at WhiteHous e.” “I am very proud to be part of FLOTUS MELANIATRUMP’s mission to help children everywhere, and is proud of the many accomplishments of this department.”
But Stephanie Grisham was not the only one who submitted her resignation, as Deputy National Security Adviser Matt Pottinger, White House Social Secretary Ricky Nesita and Deputy Press Secretary Sarah Matthews, according to officials who have resigned, as they expressed their rejection of the demonstrations.
On Thursday morning, former President Trump’s chief of staff and current special envoy for Northern Ireland Mick Mulvaney also resigned.