Trump supporters stage coup attempt in Washington DC

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Updated: March 7, 2021

President Donald Trump’s supporters have stage a coup attempt in Washington D.C., the capital of the United States. At least one person is reported to have been shot.

They stormed the United States Capitol building in an attempt to stage a coup as Congress was about to certify Joseph R. Biden’s win. Biden defeated President Trump who has refused to concede defeat.

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The Capitol has been put on lockdown as fear grows that there might be bombs and guns around the building.

DC Mayor has ordered a 6 p.m. curfew, even as the Vice President Mike Pence has been ushered out of the Senate building by the secret police.

House of Representatives members and Senators have been given gas masks and are being evacuated out of the Capitol building.

The protesters stormed the building after President Donald Trump delivered remarks calling for actions and ranting about election fraud.

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