January 8th – After the supporters of US President Trump violently attacked Congress, international public opinion, including the American media, believe that the congressional riots reflect the serious polarization of American society, will intensify distrust between different camps in American society and expose the United States. The pain of the country’s political system.
The Washington Post article said that the joint meeting of the U.S. Congress to confirm the election results turned into a divisive political farce.
The violence reflects the serious polarization of American society and the growing pain of the American political system.
The U.S. Foreign Policy published an article saying that the violence on the 6th will certainly damage the global image of the United States.
The United States has become what American leaders often condemn: it is impossible to avoid violence and bloodshed in the process of power transfer.
An article entitled “An Extremely Dark Day in Washington” on CNN said that what happened in the U.S. Congress was the natural result of a complete lack of leadership.
German newspaper Le Monde published an article saying that this was a dark day experienced by the United States.
This incident weakened the United States. Overnight, the democratic and moral highlands of the United States became more fragile.
The British Guardian commented that the real important issue now facing the United States is how to save democracy.
American society has become more and more divided.
The French newspaper Figaro published an article saying that the violence on the 6th not only divided the Republican Party of the United States, but also exacerated resentment and mistrust between different camps in society, plunged the United States into a new political crisis, and also plunged the future of the United States into the unknown.
An editorial published by France’s Le Monde entitled “A Day of Shame in America” said that extremists among Trump supporters stormed the Capitol on the 6th to challenge American democracy. It was a dark day in America, with American society torn and democracy shaken.
The fragility of American democracy shocked the world.
The Spanish newspaper Abesasai website published “The Worst Scene” believes that the epidemic has only exacerbated the problems that existed in the United States: inequality, racial issues, medical problems, extreme political polarization and rising tensions.
What happened on Capitol Hill may be the beginning of an unpredictable period of instability in American politics.
Russian TAS quoted Kortunov, director of the Russian Council for International Affairs, as saying that the tragic event witnessed that the division of American society not only exists, but also deepens the division.
The Australian newspaper published an editorial entitled “American Myths Die on Capitol Hill” saying that the violence that hit Congress had caused some American myths to die with it, and the peaceful democratic handover of power had “dead”.