Former President Donald Trump told a crowd Saturday that if he is elected in 2024 he would make things right for people who he considers to have been “mistreated” for their roles in the Jan. 6 riot.

"If I run and if I win, we will treat those people from January 6th fairly," Trump said during a rally in Conroe, Texas. "And if it requires pardons, we will give them pardons because they are being treated so unfairly."

Since Jan. 6, Trump has consistently downplayed the aftermath of the riots.

"It's a disgrace. It's a disgrace," Trump said at the rally.

Trump’s comments come as a House committee moves forward with an investigation against him to uncover if Trump had properly deescalated the riot while he was in office at the time.

More than 700 people have been charged for their roles in the Capitol riot. This includes 150 people charged with assaulting police officers and around 50 people charged with conspiracy.

Rather than condemning the rioters, Trump had praised their efforts. The riot started due to a belief that President Joe Biden winning the 2020 presidential election was disingenuous.

Trump recently told Fox News in an interview, "it was a lot of love there. Believe me, there was a lot of love and a lot of friendship and people that love our country."

Trump’s recent rallies have been “campaign-style” in an attempt to tease his reelection in 2024.