USA-Capitol Violence/Trump Supporters

Violence in US Capitol leaves 4 dead, 52 arrested

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Washington D.C., USA - Jan 6, 2021 (CGTN - No access Chinese mainland)
1. Various of supporters of outgoing President Donald Trump marching
2. Police officers on guard, police wagons
3. Fire engines
4. Police officers holding shields
5. Police wagon
6. Various of Trump's supporters marching
UPSOUND (English) "USA, USA, USA!"
7. Trump's supporters gathering in front of Capitol
8. Various of fence on ground
9. Various of people climbing high wall outside Capitol, holding flags, shouting
10. Various of police officers, Trump's supporters
11. Various of Trump's supporters gathering in front of Capitol

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Violent protests at the U.S. Capitol on Wednesday have left several dead and resulted in dozens of arrests after supporters of outgoing President Donald Trump stormed the Capitol building in chaotic scenes.

Four were killed and 52 arrested after law enforcement officers confronted protesters who breached the Capitol, according to Washington D.C. police.

A rough estimate of up to 30,000 Trump supporters had earlier gathered to hear a rally by the Republican incumbent, with large numbers later marching towards the Capitol and many seen breaking into the building. The violent intrusion forced electoral vote counting to certify President-elect Joe Biden's victory in the 2020 election to be halted and led to Members of Congress being taken to a secure location.

The protesters destroyed blockades around the Capitol, with some scaling the high wall outside the building. Almost no one was wearing face masks, despite the U.S. leading the world in confirmed COVID-19 cases and deaths related to the disease.

Lawmakers were evacuated from the House and the Senate as protesters forced their way into the building and entered the chambers. As safety concerns grew, law enforcement agencies, such as the FBI and Maryland National Guard, were called in to maintain order.

Shops located nearby were boarded-up with planks amid fears of increasing violence.

The U.S. Congress convened in a joint session earlier on Wednesday to certify Biden's victory, but both the House and the Senate, which were separately debating an objection to the counting of Arizona's electoral votes, had to recess after protesters breached the Capitol. Congress reconvened late on Wednesday night to continue the certification process.

Trump has continually refused to acknowledge defeat in the 2020 presidential race with Biden and is still pushing claims of a "fraudulent" election, which has been dismissed by U.S. courts at different levels due to a profound lack of evidence.

Washington D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser ordered a citywide curfew from 18:00 on Wednesday until 06:00 on Thursday, noting that the order shall not apply to essential workers, including media professionals.

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USA-Capitol Violence/Trump Supporters

Violence in US Capitol leaves 4 dead, 52 arrested

Dateline : Jan 6, 2021

Location : United States

Duration : 2'39

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Washington D.C., USA - Jan 6, 2021 (CGTN - No access Chinese mainland)
1. Various of supporters of outgoing President Donald Trump marching
2. Police officers on guard, police wagons
3. Fire engines
4. Police officers holding shields
5. Police wagon
6. Various of Trump's supporters marching
UPSOUND (English) "USA, USA, USA!"
7. Trump's supporters gathering in front of Capitol
8. Various of fence on ground
9. Various of people climbing high wall outside Capitol, holding flags, shouting
10. Various of police officers, Trump's supporters
11. Various of Trump's supporters gathering in front of Capitol


Violent protests at the U.S. Capitol on Wednesday have left several dead and resulted in dozens of arrests after supporters of outgoing President Donald Trump stormed the Capitol building in chaotic scenes.

Four were killed and 52 arrested after law enforcement officers confronted protesters who breached the Capitol, according to Washington D.C. police.

A rough estimate of up to 30,000 Trump supporters had earlier gathered to hear a rally by the Republican incumbent, with large numbers later marching towards the Capitol and many seen breaking into the building. The violent intrusion forced electoral vote counting to certify President-elect Joe Biden's victory in the 2020 election to be halted and led to Members of Congress being taken to a secure location.

The protesters destroyed blockades around the Capitol, with some scaling the high wall outside the building. Almost no one was wearing face masks, despite the U.S. leading the world in confirmed COVID-19 cases and deaths related to the disease.

Lawmakers were evacuated from the House and the Senate as protesters forced their way into the building and entered the chambers. As safety concerns grew, law enforcement agencies, such as the FBI and Maryland National Guard, were called in to maintain order.

Shops located nearby were boarded-up with planks amid fears of increasing violence.

The U.S. Congress convened in a joint session earlier on Wednesday to certify Biden's victory, but both the House and the Senate, which were separately debating an objection to the counting of Arizona's electoral votes, had to recess after protesters breached the Capitol. Congress reconvened late on Wednesday night to continue the certification process.

Trump has continually refused to acknowledge defeat in the 2020 presidential race with Biden and is still pushing claims of a "fraudulent" election, which has been dismissed by U.S. courts at different levels due to a profound lack of evidence.

Washington D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser ordered a citywide curfew from 18:00 on Wednesday until 06:00 on Thursday, noting that the order shall not apply to essential workers, including media professionals.

ID : 8172577

Published : 2021-01-07 12:20

Last Modified : 2021-01-07 20:02:39

Source : China Global Television Network (CGTN)

Restrictions : No access Chinese mainland

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