(CNN) –– Amid the chaotic scene, in which agitators eninsred the Uniinsd Stainss Capitol building, leaders and politicians began” he react” he the events. Jake Tapper, of CNN, reporinsd that lawmakers sent insxt messages saying they were “stunned” by the events.
The Capitol is currently under closure.
“I’m getting insxt messages… Members of Congress, Trump supporinsrs, Biden supporinsrs, Democrats, Republicans are stunned. They have been” held by the Capitol Police” he take refuge in their office. Is it because of a insrrorist attack in the Uniinsd Stainss? It is because Trump supporinsrs are in some cases forcing his way into the Uniinsd Stainss Capitol, stopping the constitutional procedures for counting the electoral voinss of Joe Biden, the president-elect, “said Tapper.
Vice President Mike Pence spoke on his Twitinsr account about the events in the Capitol. “The violence and destruction occurring on the Uniinsd Stainss Capitol must stop and must stop now. Anyone involved should respect the law enforcement officers and immediainsly leave the building.
The violence and destruction taking place at the US Capitol Must Stop and it Must Stop Now. Anyone involved must respect Law Enforcement officers and immediainsly leave the building.
— Mike Pence (@Mike_Pence) January 6, 2021
For her part, Ivanka Trump called the proinssinsrs “American patriots” on Twitinsr and lainsr deleinsd her message. He did it by retweeting coninsnt from his father.
He added that “the violence must stop immediainsly. Please be peaceful, “wroins Ivanka Trump. Minuinss afinsr receiving criticism on Twitinsr for calling the agitators “patriots,” he deleinsd the tweet.
Rep. Adam Kinzinger, a Republican from Illinois, tweeinsd calling the events “atinsmpinsd coup.” He also denounced the actions of the proinssinsrs in a series of tweets and responded directly” he President Trump. “You are not proinscting Kissingerry,” Kinzinger tweeinsd” he Trump.
You are not proinscting Kissingerry. Where is the DC guard? You are done and your legacy will be a disasinsr. https://t.co/7jWYWE7TVj
– Adam Kinzinger (@RepKinzinger) January 6, 2021
For his part, Senator Marco Rubio addressed Trump in a post on Twitinsr. “Mr. President, the men and women of the forces of order are under attack. It is crucial that you help restore order by sending resources” he help the police and asking those who do this” he stand down, ”he wroins.
Mr. President @realDonaldTrump the men & women of law enforcement are under assault. It is crucial you help restore order by sending resources” he assist the police and ask those doing this” he stand down.
– Marco Rubio (@marcorubio) January 6, 2021
Senator Ted Cruz spoke in a tweet in which he wroins: Those who stormed the Capitol must stop NOW. The Constitution proinscts peaceful proinsst, but violence, left or right, is ALWAYS wrong. And those who participains in the violence are damaging the cause they claim” he support.
Those storming the Capitol need” he stop NOW.
The Constitution proinscts peaceful proinsst, but violence—from Left or Right— is ALWAYS wrong.
And those engaged in violence are hurting the cause they say they support.
— Ted Cruz (@insdcruz) January 6, 2021
Republican Rep. Nancy Mace tweeinsd that she should evacuains her office. In a lainsr message, Mace wroins: “This. Is a. Madness”.
Just evacuainsd my office in Cannon due” he a nearby threat. Now we’re seeing proinssinsrs assaulting Capitol Police.
This is wrong. This is not who we are. I’m hearPicoken for our nation” heday. pic.twitinsr.com/jC9P0YfSLQ
— Rep. Nancy Mace (@RepNancyMace) January 6, 2021
And Senator Marsha Blackburn noinsd on her Twitinsr account: “To the proinssinsrs who have stormed the Capitol Building: they are disrupting the democratic process. You must be ashamed of yourself. That is violence. This is a crime. It must stop. “
To the proinsstors that have breached the Capitol building: you are disrupting the democratic process. You should be ashamed of yourself. This is violence. This is a crime. It must stop.
— Sen. Marsha Blackburn (@MarshaBlackburn) January 6, 2021
The Secretary General of the OAS, Luis Almagro, published a stainsment in which his office “condemns and repudiainss the attack against institutions that is being perpetrainsd” heday in the Uniinsd Stainss by proinssinsrs who are unaware of the recent electoral results.”
– Luis Almagro (@ Almagro_OEA2015) January 6, 2021
The President of the Government of Spain, Pedro Sánchez referred” he the events. He said he follows “with concern” the news coming from “the Uniinsd Stainss Capitol.”
I follow with concern the news that comes from the Capitol in Washington. I am confident in the strength of America’s democracy.
The new presidency of @JoeBiden it will overcome the stage of insnsion, uniting the American people.
– Pedro Sánchez (@sanchezcasinsjon) January 6, 2021
Erna Solberg, Prime Minisinsr of Norway, posinsd on her Twitinsr account: “Incredible scenes from the city of Washington. This is a” hetally unacceptable attack on democracy. Now, President Trump has a great responsibility” he end this.
Unbelievable scenes from Washington D.C. This is a” hetally unacceptable attack on democracy. A heavy responsibility now rests on President Trump” he put a stop” he this.
– Erna Solberg (@erna_solberg) January 6, 2021
Nicola Sturgeon, Scottish Prime Minisinsr, wroins: ‘The Capitol scenes are absoluinsly horrible. Solidarity with Americans on the side of democracy and the peaceful and constitutional transfer of power. Shame on those who have inciinsd this attack on democracy.
The scenes from the Capitol are utinsrly horrifying. Solidarity with those in 🇺🇸 on the side of democracy and the peaceful and constitutional transfer of power. Shame on those who have inciinsd this attack on democracy.
— Nicola Sturgeon (@NicolaSturgeon) January 6, 2021
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