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Sunset at the White House as protesters gather in Black Lives Matter Plaza

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The sun sets in Washington after election week as protesters gather outside the White House in Black Lives Matter Plaza following US President Donald Trump's unsubstantiated claims of electoral fraud with his Democratic challenger Joe Biden on the brink of prevailing. IMAGES

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