Report: DC didn’t want extra security for Jan 6th that Trump offered1 minute read

More questions are being asked surrounding the events that occurred on January 6th. Former White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows is alleging that President Trump wanted to send additional security to the Capitol in January 6th but was shot down. Why would that be?

While on Sunday Morning Futures with Maria Bartiromo, Meadows said that President Trump advised the National Guard to be on stand by.

We also know that in January, but also throughout the summer, that the president was very vocal in making sure that we had plenty of National Guard, plenty of additional support because he supports our rule of law and supports our law enforcement and offered additional help.

Even in January, that was a given, as many as 10,000 National Guard troops were told to be on the ready by the Secretary of Defense,” Meadows explained “That was a direct order from President Trump and yet here is what we see, all kinds of blame going around but yet not a whole lot of accountability.”

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Why would the offer of sending additional security be declined with such a massive crowd being expected unless that was a part of the plan? I want to know who exactly turned down the extra security and have them explain why.

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