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Eyewitnesses describe Capitol attack before Trump's Senate trial

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Washington, Feb 8 (EFE).- Holed up in his boss's office in the US Capitol, Remmington Belford heard shouting and banging but had to turn on the television to find out what was happening: a mob had invaded one of the world's most secure places and the instigator of the violence was none other than President Donald Trump, who is now facing impeachment because of his actions before and during the Jan. 6 assault on Capitol Hill.

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