Donald Trump News Made Headlines On Thursday, At The US Congress
Donald Trump news, Ahead of a meeting about the Electoral College. Following this, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi (Narendra Modi) friend of Donald Trump tweeted that the change of power should be done peacefully.
Supporters of Donald Trump created chaos and vandalized the Capitol Building on Thursday ahead of a meeting with Electoral College. Following this, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi (Narendra Modi) tweeted that the change of power should be done peacefully.
PM Modi: Worried Over Washington DC Violence
Prime Minister Narendra Modi tweeted, ‘I am deeply saddened to learn of the violence and violence in Washington DC. The transfer of power should take place in an orderly and peaceful manner. The democratic process cannot be allowed to be affected by illegal protests.
Britain’s PM Said – Shameful Act
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson wrote on Twitter, ‘a disgraceful act in the US Congress. “The United States represents democracy in the world and it is important now that there is a capacity for peaceful and orderly transfer.”
Trump Supporters Entered The US Parliament – Donald Trump News
A meeting began in both houses of the US Congress, or Senate, on Wednesday to count the votes of the Electoral College and to secure Biden’s victory. During this time, hundreds of Donald Trump supporters gathered outside Parliament. The National Guards and the police tried to explain them, but some people entered the Capitol Building and severely damaged it. This time, a woman was shot dead. However, it was not immediately clear who fired the shots.
What Is The Whole Controversy?
Let us tell you that the presidential election was held in the United States on November 3, where Democratic Party candidate Joe Biden received 306 votes in the Electoral College and Republican candidate Donald Trump news received 232 votes. Despite this, Trump did not accept the defeat and went on to suspect that the election was too tight. The cases are also registered by Trump supporters in many states, but most cases are rejected by the court. Now Trump supporters have turned to violence.