‘In a dark place’: Before condemning violence, Trump spent day increasingly isolated and angry
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President Trump late Thursday called the storming of the U.S. Capitol by a mob of his supporters a “heinous attack” and said he would leave office peacefully Jan. 20, after facing bipartisan criticism for his reaction to the riot and increasing pressure for his removal.

In a nearly three-minute video, Mr. Trump accepted no responsibility for the riot, which followed a rally where the president urged supporters to head to the Capitol and “fight.” He warned rioters, “To those who broke the law, you will pay.”

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