President Trump Departs White House for Border Visit CSPAN January 12, 2021 12:49pm-12:54pm EST
constitution to immediately remove president trump for office. its result of last wednesday's mob attack on the u.s. capitol which resulted in five deaths including a capitol police officer. 15 other officers were hospitalized for injuries as writers broke into the capitol included. vote on with at the minute resolution will begin at 7:30 p.m. eastern. tomorrow the house would consider a resolution to impeach president trump for inciting an insurrection against the u.s. government. you will find gavel to gavel coverage of that debate on c-span. >> this afternoon president trump travels to alamo, texas, along the border with mexico to talk about construction of 400 miles of border wall. watch live at 3 p.m. eastern on c-span2, online at c-span.org, or listen live on the free c-span radio app.
>> president trump spoke to reporters before leaving the white house heading to alamo, texas, to talk about the border wall. how will the incoming -- [background sounds] >> mr. president, are you responsible for what happened in the capitol? >> so we're going to texas, to the southern border percussion know we have completed the wall. the may want to expand it. we had expansion underway. it's been tremendously successful, far below what anyone thought. we are stopping in large numbers the drugs come into the country from many, many years and
decades. we are stopping about illegal immigration. number seven very good. there does seem to be a surgeon now because people are coming up to caravans starting to form because they think there's going to be a lot in it for them if they're able to get through, but we're able to stop it to the wall has made a tremendous difference. i think some of you are coming with me but the wall has made a tremendous difference on the southern border. as far as this is concern we want no violence, , never violence. we went absolutely no violence pick up on the impeachment, it's really a continuation of the greatest witch hunt in history of politics. it's ridiculous. it's absolutely ridiculous. this impeachment is causing tremendous anger and you are doing it and it's really a terrible thing that they are doing. for nancy pelosi and chuck schumer to continue on this path
i think it's causing tremendous danger to our country and it's causing tremendous anger. i want no violence. thank you very much. thank you everyone. [background sounds] [background sounds] >> this afternoon president trump travels to alamo, texas, along the border with mexico to talk about construction of 400 miles of border wall. watch live starting at 3 p.m. eastern on c-span2, online at
c-span.org, or listen live on the free c-span radio app. >> how will the incoming biden administration change the nation's education policy? american university hosted this panel of education experts on president-elect biden's positions on k-12 education. and what he was signaling with his nomination of miguel cardona to be as education secretary. >> good morning, and welcome your i am lisa stark and assistant vice president for communication and media at american university. thank you so much for joining us this going to hear about come to hear from experts here at american university on education policy over the nextt four years might look like and about the new selection of the nominee for the secretary of education.