DONALD Trump has canceled a press conference he had planned to hold in Florida on the anniversary of the January 6 attack on the Capitol.
Trump said in a statement Tuesday evening that he would instead be discussing his grievances at a rally he has planned in Arizona later this month.

“In light of the total bias and dishonesty of the January 6th Unselect Committee of Democrats, two failed Republicans, and the Fake News Media, I am canceling the January 6th Press Conference at Mar-a-Lago on Thursday, and instead will discuss many of those important topics at my rally on Saturday, January 15th, in Arizona,” Trump wrote.

The event would have been Trump’s second press conference since leaving office.

While Trump’s press conference has been canceled, President Joe Biden is scheduled to address the nation from the Capitol on Thursday at 9am. He and Vice President Kamala Harris are set to make remarks at the National Statuary Hall.

The White House said Biden would push back against false claims that his election triumph was the result of widespread fraud, as well as attempts to downplay the violence of the worst assault on the Capitol since the War of 1812.

“The president is going to speak to the truth of what happened, not the lies that some have spread since, and the peril it has posed to the rule of law and our system of democratic governance,” White House spokesperson Jen Psaki told reporters on Tuesday.

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