ELECTION OF THE US PRESIDENT

How will Biden's inauguration go: ceremony, security and famous guests

President-elect Joe Biden will not officially move to the White House until inauguration day, a political parade of sorts, when Biden and his vice president Kamala Harris take the oath. From COVID-19 protocols to security concerns and Lady Gaga's speech, the Air Force tells it all ...

The House of Representatives announced the second impeachment of Trump: this is a unique case in history

The US House of Representatives on January 13 voted to impeach President Donald Trump for a second time. He became the first ever head of the United States to be impeached twice. The lower house of Congress approved the incitement to mutiny charge. The resolution states that Trump's actions are in line with the constitutional ...

FBI: Trump Supporters Prepare Armed Protests Nationwide

The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) has warned US police that extreme right-wing extremist groups across the country are preparing for armed protests on Sunday, January 17. The BBC reported in more detail. According to the document for official use, which was drawn up in a week ...

Trump supporters planned the storming of the Capitol in advance: now they are discussing a new

The storming of the Capitol on January 6 was planned in advance: on the far-right forums, there was discussion of ways to storm the building to prevent the certification of Joe Biden's election. In addition, all this was presented as actions by order of US President Donald Trump. The Washington Post reported in more detail. ...

Trump may become the first US president to be impeached twice

Current US President Donald Trump faces the prospect of becoming the first president to be impeached twice. Democrats warn that he poses "an unacceptable threat to the world after the mob instigated an attack on the Capitol." Writes about this CNN. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi ...

Twitter definitively blocked Trump's account

The leadership of the microblogging Twitter announced that it decided to finally block the account of US President Donald Trump. The social network fears that he will use it to incite violence, writes the BBC. Twitter temporarily blocked Trump's account back on January 6 for publishing posts in which he ...

Consequences of the assault: Capitol guards were dismissed, the building will be protected with a 3-meter fence

On January 6, 2021, supporters of the current US President Donald Trump broke into the Capitol building. At that time, both houses of Congress sat there to approve the results of the presidential election, writes Meduza. At this time, members of Congress were debating the election results due to the fact that several ...

Trump admitted defeat and condemned the storming of the Capitol: President's surprise speech

US President Donald Trump returned to Twitter after a 12-hour ban on his account and posted a video in which he harshly condemned the people who broke into the Capitol, and also admitted defeat for the first time in the elections. He promised a "smooth and lawful" transfer of power. Below is ...

What will change in US immigration policy in 2021

When newly elected President Joe Biden is sworn in on January 20, the countdown will begin to fulfill his campaign-related immigration promises, including a series of priority changes that he pledged to adopt on his first day as head of state. ...

Congress approved Biden's victory: Trump's reaction and the results of protests in Washington

The US Congress has officially confirmed Joe Biden's victory in the presidential election. But the fulfillment of this age-old tradition was accompanied by large-scale riots near the Capitol. ABC writes about it. The House and Senate confirmed Joe Biden's victory early Thursday morning, January 7, local ...

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