On the second anniversary of the Capitol Hill riots, US president Joe Biden awarded the “Presidential Residents Medal” to those that defended the constructing and lawmakers when the assault passed off at a ceremony. However in the course of the speech, Joe Biden mistakenly stated the mistaken date for the assault.
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“It is not an exaggeration to say that America owes you, owes you all, and I actually imply this, a debt of gratitude. One we are able to by no means absolutely repay, except we reside as much as what you probably did,” Joe Biden stated in a video broadly shared video on social media.
“If I can halt for a second, and simply say to you, the influence of what occurred on July the sixth had worldwide repercussions past what any of you I believe can absolutely perceive,” he stated with the mistaken date.
Throughout the ceremony, Joe Biden awarded 14 medals, saying, “Regardless of our variations in opinion, we should say clearly with a united voice…there is not any place, zero, zero place in America for voter intimidation…for political violence.”
Focusing on former president Donald Trump and the Republicans, Joe Biden stated,
“All of it was fueled by lies in regards to the 2020 election however on this present day two years in the past our democracy held as a result of we the folks…didn’t flinch. Historical past will bear in mind your names..bear in mind your braveness and bear in mind your bravery.”
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