Donald Trump On Monday evening, a strict warning was issued in the White House dinner, in which the Orthodox Christian pastors, ministers and supporters of their administration took part.
What did they mean when asked on Wednesday, Donald Trump told reporters, “I hope there will be no violence.”
President Donald Trump urged the leaders of the Gospel this week to get votes before the upcoming intermediate elections and warned of “violence” by opponents.
On Monday evening, a strict warning was issued in the White House dinner, in which the Orthodox Christian pastors, ministers and supporters of their administration took part.
Donald Trump had put pressure on the stake in November when he warned that, if the Democrats win, they will “reverse whatever we have done and they will do it quickly and violently,” closed by them According to the audio and audio of the door’s comments, media outlets including New York Times He specifically mentions the self-described Antifa, or the fascist groups, which describe them as “violent people”.
On Wednesday it was asked what it means, Donald Trump told reporters, “I hope that violence will not happen.”
“If you see what happens … there is a lot of unnecessary violence around the world, but also in this country. And I do not want to see it,” Donald Trump said.
At dinner, Donald Trump talked about his administration’s efforts to consolidate conservative Christian reasons and urged them to gather their “people” to vote, warning that the efforts should be reinstated quickly. Could.
According to the Times, Donald Trump said, “I only ask you to go out and make sure that all your people vote.” “Because if they do not vote then we will have to be sad for two years and we are definitely going for a difficult period of time because then this is just one election, you get an election away which you Something has got lost by losing it. ”
Ohio Pastor Darrell Scott, who was an early Donald Trump supporter, who attended the dinner, said that he has interpreted different comments compared to the media.
Scott said, “This was not a strict warning,” … except for those things which we are working as voters’ bodies, they will be reversed and reversed. ”
Scott further said, “what he was saying,” there are some violent people … but it was not that we need to worry about the killing of roads and chaos and anarchy … just for the things we have The work will be inverted. ”
Family Research Council and another attendee president Tony Perkins said that he also interpreted Donald Trump’s message as a warning that he would not be satisfied.
Donald Trump referenced Antifa, Perkins told CNN, “I do not think anyone in the room has suggested that there will be violence across the country.”
He told CNN, “I did not explain to him to say that the result of the election is going to lead to violence on the streets, and violence in the churches.”