Trump supporters or mobsters?

7 January 2021,

US army deploys the whole DC national guard, and the FBI mobilizes its agents after a mob of people loyal to president Trump stormed and attacked the capitol building on Wednesday, interrupting congress's counting of the electoral votes to confirm president-elect Joseph R. Biden Jr.'s victory when the police evacuated lawmakers from the capitol building in a state of violence, chaos and vandalism that put all Americans in a shock.

As the House and senate debated a move by a faction of republicans to overturn the election results as they believed that President Trump was the real winner of the election, security rushed Vice President Mike pence out of the senate chamber and the capitol building was placed on lockdown after angry pro-Trump supporters surged past law enforcement toward the legislative chambers.

After the incident President Trump posted a video on Twitter in which he addressed the members of the mob advising them to "go home", adding "we love you". On the other side Biden call on Trump to go to on national television and "demand an end to this siege". The US army activated the entire District of Columbia national guard - 1,100 troops - in response to a request from mayor Muriel browser of Washington, an army official said. The troops are being sent to the D.C Armory and will be deployed to the capitol and to other points around Washington, the official said.

Not only did they breach the capitol building but an explosive device was found at the headquarters of the Republican National Committee in Washington, and the nearby headquarters of the Democratic National Committee was evacuated after the discovery of a suspicious package. The device that was found at the R.N.C was a pipe bomb that was successfully destroyed by a bomb squad, and the package at the D.N.C has yet to be identified.

All these incidents happening after Biden being elected the next US President made the American people aak themselves "is President Trump the worst president of the United States' history?"

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