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Trump to appear in court for assault on Capitol Hill


The U.S. House committee investigating the Jan. 6, 2021, assault on Capitol Hill formally issued a subpoena for former President Donald Trump, who lawmakers say “personally orchestrated” a coordinated effort to nullify the results of the 2020 election. Hours earlier, Steve Bannon, a Trump ally, was sentenced to four months in prison for refusing to testify in the committee’s investigation into the insurrection.

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Nancy Pelosi claimed to want to “break Trump’s face” during the assault on the Capitol


“I hope he comes. I want to kick his ass for trespassing on Capitol Hill. I want to break his face, and then go to jail happy.” This was expressed by the president of the House of Representatives, Nancy Pelosi, on January 6, 2021, when a mob of supporters of Donald Trump stormed the Capitol. The person Pelosi was referring to was Donald Trump. The congresswoman launched those words when an aide informed her that the Secret Service – the police force that protects the US president – had refused to allow Trump to go to Capitol Hill to support his supporters, who were in full coup attempt.

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Cuba opposes violence and supremacist expressions

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Cuban President Miguel Díaz-Canel Bermúdez lamented the death of several individuals as a result of the violent assault of Trump supporters on the U.S. Congress. On his Twitter account, the Cuban head of state condemned the events, as well as the violence and expression of supremacist positions.
After a day of absolute terror, described by the country’s media as a blow to the heart of U.S. democracy, Vice President Mike Pence formally declared that Joe Biden had obtained 306 electoral college votes.

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The glass was broken yesterday in the “showcase of democracy” with which the U.S. attempts to give the world lessons

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The glass was literally broken yesterday in the “showcase of democracy” with which the United States has presumed to give the world lessons, when violent supporters of President Donald Trump invaded and disrupted the Capitol in Washington, the seat of Congress, as Representatives and Senators were preparing to confirm Democrat Joe Biden as the country’s next President. The assault on the Capitol is the most serious attack in the history of the building that symbolizes U.S. power, since the British set it on fire.