China News Service, January 12, according to Reuters, two people familiar with the matter disclosed that the Republican leader of the U.S. House of Representatives, McCarthy, told members of the party on the 11th that President Trump admitted that he was violent in the US Capitol last week. , Bear "partial responsibility."

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  The source said that during a two-and-a-half-hour conference call with Republicans, McCarthy was emotional and shared the details of his phone conversation with Trump.

McCarthy said that he personally believes that Trump is responsible for the violence, but there are still differences in opinion within the Republican Party.

  "My attitude towards the President has always been very clear, and he is responsible for his words and deeds," one of the sources said, McCarthy told Republicans on the 11th.

  McCarthy said, "I asked him personally today if he was responsible for what happened and if he felt guilty for what happened. He told me that he was partly responsible for what happened."

  McCarthy also said that he called on Trump to call Biden, "I ask you in my personal capacity. Call Joe Biden. For this country."

  On the 6th, during the bipartisan joint meeting of the United States Congress to certify the electoral votes, Trump supporters rushed into the Congress, causing the meeting to be interrupted for a while, and members of Congress were forced to hide.

The violence has caused several deaths.

  According to Reuters, Trump initially ignored his request to condemn the violent attack on Congress. Instead, he repeated his statement about “fraud” in the presidential election and called the supporters involved in the congressional siege “very special”.

After that, he called the violent incident a "heinous attack" and promised to work hard for the smooth transfer of power, but he still refused to admit defeat.

  In the early morning of the 7th, the joint meeting of Congress has confirmed that the Democrat and former Vice President Biden won 306 electoral votes and was elected the 46th President of the United States.