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Trump supporters break through security outside the Capitol building in Washington, DC


Images of protesters supportive of outgoing President Donald Trump breaching security cordons outside the Capitol building after clashing with police in Washington, DC. The US House and Senate were forced into emergency recess following protesters breaking through security. IMAGES

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