Washington, Ta. 07 January 2021 Thursday
Amid ongoing political tensions over the outcome of the US presidential election, the US Congress has put a constitutional stamp on the victory of Democratic candidate Joe Biden. Congress has named Joe Biden as the winner in the Electoral College Counting. Kamala Harris has also been declared the winner for the post of Vice President. There Vice President Pence said that now everyone should return to their work.
Mike Pence announced that Joe Biden would be sworn in as President of the United States on January 20. With this, Biden will become America’s 46th president. After 270 election votes were confirmed, the seal of Bisen’s victory was confirmed at the Aspectoral College. Now Joe Biden will be America’s 46th President. Mike Pence announced that Joe Biden would be sworn in as President of the United States on January 20.
Earlier, the Senate and Congress rejected proposals to stop counting Republican leaders from Georgia, Pennsylvania, Nevada and Arizona, according to media reports. Earlier, Donald Trump supporters stormed the Capitol Hill building and used violence to disrupt the voting process. Four people were reported killed in the violence.
Four people, including a woman, have been killed in violence on US Capitol Hill. About 72 protesters have been arrested. The complex was closed after violent clashes between Trump supporters and police. Inside the Capitol it was announced that no one could enter or leave the Capitol Hill campus due to external security risks.