Sunday, January 24

“This was a self-coup attempt incited by Trump”: interview with Steven Levitsky, political scientist at Harvard University


  • Patricia Sulbarán Lovera
  • BBC World News

Caption,

The city of Washington imposed a curfew this Wednesday starting at six in the afternoon.

An event that had not occurred in the United States since the 19th century.

A group of supporters of the president, Donald Trump, took the headquarters of the United States Congress in Washington after overcoming the barriers of the authorities.

They did so shortly after the president addressed them in front of the White House and continued to reiterate his unfounded fraud complaints.

The Capitol lived scenes of chaos, with representatives of Congress falling to the ground, evacuating the place and putting on gas masks.

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