Obama, Bush, Clinton and Carter condemn violence at Washington, DC's Capitol


Nation's for past presidents who have something to say about President Trump his actions and the ensuing violence. Former President Obama says history will rightly remember that the violence of the capital yesterday was incited by a sitting president. Former President George W. Bush. This is how election results are disputed in a banana republic, not our Democratic Republic. Former President Bill Clinton says the attack was fueled by four years of poison politics and lit by President Trump. And then there was this sentiment from former President Jimmy Carter, who called the violence in a statement a national tragedy, saying it's not who we are as a nation. Local religious

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