In a recent interview, former President Donald Trump dodged questions about his activities on January 6, 2021, the day of the Capitol riot.
According to MarketWatch, Trump, who is currently leading the polls for the 2024 Republican presidential nomination, declined to reveal whether he watched the insurrection unfold on television.
He also refused to discuss any phone calls he might have made as his supporters stormed the Capitol, stating he would "tell people later at an appropriate time."
Trump's refusal to disclose his actions on that fateful day adds another layer of mystery to the ongoing investigations and discussions surrounding the Capitol riot.
The former President chose to remain tight-lipped during the interview on NBC's "Meet the Press," leaving many questions unanswered.
The timing of disclosure
Trump's vague statement about revealing details "at an appropriate time" raises questions about what he considers to be the right moment for such a disclosure.
Is he waiting for a strategic opportunity, or is there another reason for his silence?
As Trump leads the Republican polls for the 2024 presidential race, his unwillingness to discuss his activities on January 6 could have implications for his campaign.
Will this lack of transparency affect his chances in the upcoming election?