Trump officials resigned from white house 2021 United States Capitol Attack on January 6, 2021 by a crowd of Republican President Donald J. Trump supporters. The attack disrupted a joint session of Congress called to certify the results of the 2020 presidential election, which Trump had lost to his Democratic opponent, Joe Biden.
The attack was widely viewed as an insurrection or a coup attempt
The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) and other law enforcement agencies also considered it an act of domestic terrorism. For giving a speech prior to the attack in which he encouraged a large crowd of his supporters near the White House to march on Capitol Hill and violently resist Congressional certification of Biden’s victory, which many in the crowd did, Trump was indicted by the Democratic Party. -He led the House of Representatives for “incitement to insurrection”
As an consequence to the attack many Trump officials resigned from white house
-Stephanie Grisham- Chief of Staff to First Lady Melania Trump.
-Sarah Matthews- White House Press Secretary.
-Anna Cristina Niceta Lloyd “Rickie”- Social Secretary of the White House, resigned in protest on the day of the assault on Capitol Hill.
-Chris Liddell- Deputy Chief of Staff of the White House.
-Elaine Chao- United States Secretary of Transportation became the first cabinet member to announce her resignation, effective January 11.
-US Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos also cited the Capitol incident- US Senator Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) criticized DeVos and Chao for resigning rather than voting to invoke the 25th Amendment to remove Trump from office.
-Elinore F. McCance- Katz,-HHS Assistant Secretary for Mental Health and Addiction.
-Mick Mulvaney- Trump chief of staff and administration special envoy to Northern Ireland.
-Eric Dreiband- Deputy Attorney General of the Civil Rights Division.
-Chad Wolf- Secretary of Homeland Security, resigned from white house Jan. 11, saying it was.
-Alex Azar- the US Secretary of Health and Human Services, announced his resignation on January 15, saying it was due to the Capitol riots and stressing the need for a peaceful transfer of power. However, this resignation will not take effect until January 20, when President-elect Biden is sworn in as president.
-Jason Schmid- senior GOP deputy on the House Armed Services Committee.
-Tyler B. Goodspeed- chairman of the White House Council of Economic Advisers.
-John Costello- Deputy Assistant Secretary for Intelligence and Security at the Department of Commerce.
-Robert C. O’Brien- National Security Advisor.
-Matthew Pottinger- Deputy National Security Advisor.
-Ryan Tully- Senior Director of Russian and European Affairs of the National Security Council.
-Arjun Garg- Deputy Administrator of the Federal Aviation Administrator.
-Brianna Manzelli- Assistant Communications Administrator.
-Kirk Shaffer- Associate Airport Administrator.
-Bailey Edwards- Deputy Administrator for Policy, International Affairs and Environment.
-Andrew Giacini- Government Affairs Advisor, as Deputy Administrator for Government and Industry Affairs.
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