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'I also want smooth transition of power': Donald Trump

Trump further said that Congress (Parliament) has now certified the results of the US presidential election. A new administration will be inaugurated on 20 January.

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Published on 8 Jan 2021 4:06 AM GMT

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New Delhi: President Donald Trump reacted to the attack on Wednesday in the US Capitol Building (US Parliament).

Trump said that 'Like all Americans, I am also angry with violence, anarchy and melee. I immediately deployed National Guard and federal law enforcement officers to secure the building and drive out the intruders. America should always be a nation of law and order. '

Trump on violence in US Capitol Building:

Trump further said that Congress (Parliament) has now certified the results of the US presidential election. A new administration will be inaugurated on 20 January. My focus is now on ensuring smooth, orderly and uninterrupted change of power. '

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US President Election and Controversy :

Let us tell that amidst violence in America, Congress has approved the victory of Joe Biden. America's newly elected President Joe Biden received 306 electoral college votes, more than the majority. 270 votes required to become president. Joe Biden will officially be the President of the United States after Congressional approval.

After this decision, President Donald Trump said that according to law on January 20, Joe Biden would transfer to power. Donald Trump said in his statement that he does not support the electoral results, but will still hand over power to Joe Biden. Donald Trump did not accept defeat and announced the election results in court.

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At the same time, after the congressional seal, Joe Biden of the Democratic Party will now be sworn in as the President of the US on January 20. Vice President Mike Pence announced on Thursday that Congress had confirmed the tally of the Electoral College showing Joe Biden the winner in the US election.

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Yogita S.

Yogita S.

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