BREAKING NEWS FROM UNITED STATES THIS AFTERNOON, THURSDAY, 7/1/2021

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Brainnews returns this afternoon, January 7, 2021 with breaking news from the United States politics.

Below are all the breaking news updates from the United States;

1. US Congress Certified Joe Biden As The 46th President Of The United States

US Congress Certified Joe Biden As The 46th President Of The United States

After a mob of Trump supporters stormed the Capitol, forcing lawmakers to evacuate and disrupting the proceedings, Congress rejected Republican challenges to Mr. Biden’s Electoral College victory.

Congress confirmed President-elect Joseph R. Biden Jr.’s victory early Thursday morning, hours after a mob of loyalists urged on by President Trump stormed and occupied the Capitol, disrupting the final electoral count in a shocking display of violence that shook the core of American democracy. CONTINUE READING..

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2. United States Election Process Worse Than Third World Countries – President Trump

United States Election Process Worse Than Third World Countries - President Trump

United States President Donald Trump says the country’s election process is worse than that of third world countries.

Third World countries are developing countries of Africa, Asia, Latin America, and Australia/Oceania. CONTINUE READING..

3. United States Election: I Won’t Stop Biden Win Certification – Pence

I Won’t Stop Biden Win Certification - Pence

US Vice President Mike Pence, in defiance of President Donald Trump, said Wednesday that he will not intervene to stop the certification by Congress of Democrat Joe Biden’s election victory.

“The Constitution constrains me from claiming unilateral authority to determine which electoral votes should be counted and which should not,” Pence said in a statement released as a joint session of Congress began to certify the Electoral College votes from the November 3 election. CONTINUE READING..

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4. Violence On Capitol Hill: Twitter And Facebook Lock Donald Trump’s Account

Twitter And Facebook Lock Donald Trump's Account After Violence On Capitol Hill

Twitter and Facebook on Wednesday locked the accounts of President Donald Trump, which prevents him from posting messages to his more than 88 million followers on Twitter and 35 million followers on Facebook, after he published a string of inaccurate and inflammatory tweets on a day of violence in the nation’s capital.

The moves were an unprecedented rebuke of Trump by the social media companies, which have long been megaphones for the president. CONTINUE READING..

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