We are arguing opinion now. Tweet I posted above, and the video were (in my opinion) highly inappropriate and offensive
. I posted in in part as a response to your claim that he condemned the attack.
Let separate the facts from my opinions.
1) Trump had a speech where he told people to march to the capitol, to fight, and to stop the the legislators from certifying the vote.
2) Trump never directly told people to force their way into the capitol or to attack police or to smash window.
3) Directly after Trumps speech, a crowd of his supporters marched to the capitol where they attacked police, forced their way into the capitol, smashed windows and people died.
4) Trump never condemned these actions until the day after the attacks. In several occasions he praised
his supporters giving them thanks and calling them "great patriots".
5) Late in the day... after then damage had been done. Trump told his supporters to "go home" as he was praising them.
Now my opinions
1) Trump's words directly led to the attack on the capitol. In fact, he should have known that his words would lead to violence.
2) Trump's video and tweet praising his supporters as "great patriots" after the attack had taken place was inappropriate and obscene. This happened after his supporters had led to damage, put elected officials at risk and led to deaths.
3) Trumps condemnation of the violence in the day after the attack was cowardly and contradictory. He has yet to show any remorse.