The US Congress will continue the procedure for approving the results of the US presidential election Wednesday night in Washington, despite the protests and unrest of Donald Trump’s supporters.
This is stated in the letter of the Speaker of the House of Representatives Nancy Pelosi, which she sent out to congressmen, reports CNN.
In particular, she stated that the decision to continue the procedure was approved after consultations with the leader of the Democratic majority in the House of Representatives, Steny Hoyer, and the organizer of the parliamentary majority, Jim Cliburn.
“After consulting with Hoyer and Cliburn, and after calling the Pentagon, the Justice Department and the Vice President, we decided we should continue to work at the Capitol tonight as soon as it is released,” Pelosi wrote.
Recall that before Trump’s supporters broke into the Capitol, parliamentarians managed to approve only 2% of the electoral votes.
In Washington, supporters of Donald Trump protested against the results of the presidential election, which was won by Democrat Joe Biden. During the protest, there were clashes with law enforcement officers.
Later, unknown people were able to break through law enforcement officers to the Capitol building, where the US parliament is to approve the results of the presidential election. Due to the incident, the meeting had to be suspended, and the building of Congress was closed for entry and exit.
It was reported that two protesters were injured in the Capitol building, and one woman died as a result. At the same time, according to media reports, several officers were also injured.
In turn, Donald Trump ordered to send US National Guard servicemen to the Capitol, where his supporters broke through, disrupting the announcement of the election results.
Trump’s opponent in the election, Joe Biden, called what was happening an attempted rebellion and an “attack on democracy.”
Trump supporters gathered outside the Capitol building, where the US Senate was supposed to approve the results of the presidential election today. Trump personally urged them to take to the streets the day before. And today he said that he would never give the victory to Biden and would fight to the end. And yesterday he promised to arrange a hellish battle for the White House.
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