Congress shuts down Republican election appeal, after Capitol stormed

Both chambers of the US Congress voted to shut down a Republican appeal against the presidential election results in the state of Arizona, after being interrupted by pro-Trump masses storming the Capitol and forcing them to evacuate earlier on Wednesday. Lawmakers carried out the certification of Joe Biden’s November election win after a violent protest where one woman was shot and killed as hundreds of demonstrators breached security and scaled the steps of the iconic Capitol Building. In the House of Representatives, 121 representatives voted in support of the Republican appeal, with 303 rep…

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