The White House issued a statement on Wednesday saying it is “not a suggestion that the president believes in a domestic revolution.”
It did not name Trump by name, but said he had not taken part in the recent protests.
The statement said the president had spoken by phone with “many” of his Cabinet officials and he was “focused on how to support the military to do the job for the American people.”
The White Houses official statement said Trump had “committed to work with Congress to address the concerns raised by his Cabinet members and other officials.”
“He also reiterated his belief that a peaceful transition of power is the only way to ensure the safety and security of our nation and its citizens,” it said.
The White house did not specify what actions Trump was taking to ensure “the safety and safety of the American People.”
The administration is not the first to take a hard line against the protest movement.
President Trump spoke out against the protesters at the Democratic National Convention, and then later blamed them for the violent clashes that led to his inauguration.
But Trump did not say specifically what he said, instead emphasizing that “we are all Americans first and foremost.”
The protest movement has been escalating since Trump took office in January.
At the time, Trump and other critics said it was being used to advance an agenda that they felt would hurt the working class.
The protests have gained momentum as the economy has slowed and the nation has faced economic and social challenges.
At least 11 people have died in recent weeks and police officers have been killed by demonstrators.