Former secretary of state during former President George W. Bush’s presidency, Republican Colin Powell, is now abandoning his political party following the riot that happened in the United States Capitol.
According to the Washington Examiner, “I can no longer call myself a fellow Republican. I’m not a fellow of anything right now,” Powell replied. “I’m just a citizen who has voted Republican, voted Democrat throughout my entire career, and right now, I’m just watching my country and not concerned with parties.”
“We’ve got to get Mr. Trump clearly out of this entirely. He’s going to be gone, one way or the other, by next week, and the sooner, the better, whether it is just a relief he takes for himself or it’s an impeachment or just leave, resign, retire,” Powell said.
Powell the raised concerns about bringing Trump supporters back to a more traditional Republican party.
“This gives us a challenge: How do we talk to that portion of our society that vote in [a] huge percentage [that] went for Mr. Trump? Mr. Trump isn’t there anymore, and so we’ve got to help them come back and join the rest of us,”Powell later stated. “Let’s argue with each other. Let’s debate each other. But let’s remember that we have to love each other. That’s who we are. We’re Americans, and we have something to be proud of.”
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