Luxembourg calls Trump a “criminal” and “political pyromaniac who should be sent to criminal court”


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May 1, 2014
1. .....Secretary of State Mike Pompeo on Tuesday cancelled a trip to Europe at the last minute after top diplomats and European Union officials refused to meet with him, and Luxembourg's foreign minister appeared to be leading the charge in this regard, per Reuters. Allies were reportedly too "embarrassed" to meet with America's top diplomat.

Luxembourg's Foreign Minister Jean Asselborn had skewered President Donald Trump over the riot at the US Capitol in an interview on January 7, making it clear that any visit from Pompeo could prove awkward.

"Trump is a criminal, a political pyromaniac who should be sent to criminal court. He's a person who was elected democratically but who isn't interested in democracy in the slightest," Asselborn said in the interview with RTL Radio, per France 24 reporter Philip Crowther. "The 6th of January 2021 was a 9/11 attack on democracy itself, and Trump was the one who egged it on."

"The people who are truly responsible are Trump and members of the GOP. People like Ted Cruz and other elected Republicans are responsible because they acted like Trump's poodles," Asselborn added......

Asselborn was also not alone among European allies who condemned Trump after the Capitol siege. German Chancellor Angela Merkel, for example, blamed Trump.

"I deeply regret that since November, President Trump has not accepted that he lost, and did not do so again yesterday," Merkel said last Thursday, a day after the siege. "He stoked uncertainties about the election outcome, and that created an atmosphere that made the events of last night possible."


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2. President Donald Trump will possibly be impeached for the second time, forcing his immediate removal and preventing him from ever running for political office again. Needless to say, his final two weeks as the President have been eventful. As House Speaker Nancy Pelosi continues to push for Trump’s impeachment, the President made a statement on the matter on the White House South Lawn on Tuesday morning.

“On the impeachment, it’s really a continuation of the greatest witch hunt in the history of politics,” said Trump. “It’s ridiculous, it’s absolutely ridiculous. This impeachment is causing tremendous anger, and you’re doing it and it’s really a terrible thing that they’re doing. For Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer to continue on this path, I think it’s causing tremendous danger to our country, and it’s causing tremendous anger. I want no violence.”

As reported by CNN, Trump did not publicly take responsibility for inciting the riots at the Capitol building, which resulted in at least four deaths....


3. Unfortunately for America, Jean Asselborn and Angela Merkel are not high-ranking Republican members of the US Congress, otherwise the lawless president would leave the White House at once with his tail between his legs instead of continuing his defiance. :cry:

If the "heat-seeking missile" Pompeo could make his final two-day European trip, he may choose to remain there for more than two days till his divinity cult master could make a political comeback in 2024 or some other days. :sneaky:

P.S. US Ambassador to the United Nations Kelly Craft's trip to Taiwan is also cancelled.

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