Trump supporters invade the US Capitol leaving four dead

It was a dark day for democracy in America, when supporters of Donald Trump travelled to the American Capitol. They wanted to disrupt President-elect Joe Biden’s confirmation. Biden called the attack on American democracy unprecedented. Supporters of the outgoing president discredited the country and the incident was internationally condemned. Four people died in this tragedy. One of them was a woman who was shot and three others died during the demonstrations due to medical emergencies. D.C. P.D. confirmed it, adding that an explosive was found.

The authorities have isolated the American Capitol and the police have made several arrests. U.S. National Guard has asked Donald Trump to monitor rioters’ clashes with police during a curfew in the city. The White House says so. In August it was revealed that Mr Trump wanted to postpone the elections in order to prevent electoral fraud.

The proponents of the trump card went out as a group. They ignored the metal barricades and went to the site. They wanted to disrupt President-elect Joe Biden’s confirmation. Both houses of Congress in Washington, D.C., were busy debating Joe Biden’s election victory when the violence began. Vice President Mike Pence was protected by authorities when protesters entered the Capitol building.

In a televised speech, Biden condemned the incident. That’s what he said: It’s not a contradiction, it’s a waste. It’s chaos. This borders on sedition, and it has to stop now.

Biden wanted Trump to appear on national television.

Joe Biden, the designee President, wanted Donald Trump to leave the violence behind. However, Trump posted a video on its Twitter account, in which it asked the supporters who were interested to return to their homes without having to give up their jobs.

The election took place both through a vote in the Electoral College and through the popular vote. However, reality could not be seen in the open. It has been rumoured that Trump was able to take Joe Biden’s arrival and travel to Scottland.

Reaction of Führungskräften auf die Gewalt von Trump-Anhängern

said the former President George W. Bush: Wahlergebnisse are fought in a banana republic – not in our democratic republic. It was a Republican and it drove its accession away.

The leading politician of the world has paid for the creation of the Capitol. Prime Minister Boris Johnson is one of them, because he believes that the transfer of power should be peaceful and orderly. Ursula von der Leyen, President of the European Commission, agrees with Boris Johnson. Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer sees this as a direct attack on democracy. The Secretary-General of NATO, Jens Stoltenberg, is right when he says that the outcome of the democratic elections deserves respect. This is the transition from Donald Trump to Joe Biden, who was elected on the 20th. January the office at 46. President of the United States.

Day of Destruction by Pro-Trump Rioters

According to USA Today, thousands of trump fans have gathered in the National Mall to protest the election results.

The rally lasted almost an hour. The rioters stormed the Capitol. In addition to the four dead, many policemen were injured. The police recovered two pipe bombs, one from the PNC and the other from the PNC, and the FBI is investigating. She needs the help of the public to identify those who have broken the law. M. Trump was not satisfied with the election results and resorted to accusations of fraud, even though there was no evidence to support his claims.

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