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Donald Trump supporters will gather at capitols in all 50 states today, spurred on by the president’s baseless claims that the election was stolen from him. Arkansas’s Republican governor Asa Hutchinson told Fox News Sunday that he believes Trump bears responsibility for the violence at the US Capitol this month, and which some fear could be repeated today.
“[Trump] asked all the people to come to Washington for the rally and then he used very aggressive language in the rally itself and he misled people as to what happened during the election, that it was stolen and that our checks and balances are not working,” Hutchinson said.
HR McMaster, Donald Trump’s former national security adviser, has told CNN that another run for office by the president would be “terribly divisive”.
He said that he did not support any particular candidate but did not necessarily oppose the move to impeach Trump for a second time over the recent violence at the US Capitol. He told CNN that “nobody is above the law.”