January 6th local time, hundreds of protesters gathered in Washington, D.C., the capital of the United States, to demonstrate in support of Trump to put pressure on the ongoing joint session of Congress. Subsequently, the demonstration turned violently.
Some demonstrators entered the U.S. Congressional area and broke through the Capitol. Members of Congress were evacuated urgently. Several Allied leaders of the United States have expressed their position on this.
British Prime Minister Boris described the scene on Capitol Hill as “disgraceful”
According to CNN just now, British Prime Minister Boris the British Prime Minister called the current scene on Capitol Hill “shameful”.
Canadian Prime Minister Trudeau: Focus on “for a minute”
According to foreign media, Canadian Prime Minister Trudeau has just expressed his position on the riots in the U.S. Congress, saying that the Canadian government is paying close attention to the situation and “not falling for a minute”.
NATO Secretary-General: A shocking scene happened in Washington, D.C.
NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg just tweeted that a shocking scene happened in Washington, D.C. The results of this democratic election must be respected.
Prime Minister of Norway: The scene in Washington, D.C. is incredible!
CNN just said that Norwegian Prime Minister Solberg tweeted that the situation in the United States was “incredible”.
“The scene in Washington, D.C. is incredible, and it’s a totally unacceptable attack on democracy. Now, the heavy responsibility to stop this situation falls on President Trump.” Solberg wrote.