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

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Brainnews brings to you all the breaking news from the United States politics this morning, Thursday, January 7, 2021.

Below are all the breaking news from United States;

1. [PHOTOS] United States Congress Under Siege, As President Trump Supporters Overrun Security

Full blown anarchy, total lawlessness and acts of sedition.

Right wing anarchists stormed the seat of the United States Congress. CONTINUE READING WITH PHOTOS..

2. US Capitol Invasion: President Trump, VP Pence React

President Trump, VP Pence React To US Capitol Invasion

Hours after the invasion of United States Congress, President Donald Trump and Vice President Mike Pence has reacted to the incident on social media. CONTINUE READING..

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3. US Congress Invasion: Biden Calls On Trump Supporters To ‘Pull Back’

Biden Calls On Trump Supporters To 'Pull Back'

President-elect Joe Biden called Wednesday for the restoration of “just simple decency” as a mob incited by his predecessor stormed the U.S. Capitol and delayed Congress from certifying the results of November’s election in which Biden won the White House.

According to 10 TV, Biden had planned to deliver a speech focused on how to revive an economy and provide financial relief for small business owners reeling from the coronavirus pandemic from his native Delaware. CONTINUE READING..

4. Democrats Take Control Of United States Senate With Two Georgia Victories

Democrats Take Control Of United States Senate With Two Georgia Victories

Democrats won control of the US Senate after Jon Ossoff joined his Georgia colleague Raphael Warnock in beating Republican incumbents in run-off elections, giving incoming president Joe Biden control of both houses of Congress.

Mr Ossoff, who at 33 becomes the youngest person to become a senator in four decades, was declared the victor over one-term Republican David Perdue by the Associated Press on Wednesday afternoon after his lead grew to 25,000 votes as final results were tallied. CONTINUE READING WITH PHOTOS..

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