Trump says Democrats are to blame for his supporters rioting at Capitol in rambling new statement
President Donald Trump (Screen cap).

Former President Donald Trump is blaming "people" who "didn't do their jobs" on Jan. 6 for the attack on the U.S. Capitol by his own supporters.

In a statement posted by Trump's spokesperson, Trump blamed the destruction of the building on "people in charge" whom he said were not doing their jobs.

"The highly partisan Unselect Committee is just a sideshow to distract America from MASSIVE failures by Biden and the Democrats. What happened to the Capitol would have never happened if the people in charge did their job," he said.

He then blamed the Capitol Police and Democrats for ignoring intelligence ahead of the vote that indicated Trump's supporters were ready for a riot.

"They abandoned the officers on the ground, just like Biden abandoned Americans in Afghanistan," claimed Trump. "Instead of holding bad leaders accountable, the Democrats are going after innocent staffers and attacking the Constitution."

He then went off on Rep. Adam Schiff (D-CA) for "RUSSIA, RUSSIA, RUSSIA" and "the 'Perfect' Ukraine phone call."

Trump supporters have continued to blame Pence for refusing "to do his job," but now are trying to find ways to blame Democrats and the Capitol Police.

Trump was still the commander-in-chief at the time of the attack. According to several books published after he left office, Trump had to be convinced to tweet out a plea for his supporters to stop their violence.