Donald Trump takes the floor on Twitter

3:55 p.m.: Donald Trump makes a promise to his voters

Far from the appeasement speech the day before, Donald Trump promised the “75 million great American patriots” who voted for him in the presidential elections on November 8th to carry their vote for a long time for his first tweet on Friday. “You will have a huge vote for a long time. You will not be despised or treated unfairly in any way!” He continues, increasing the number of his voters (they are officially 74,223,744). .

Soon a declaration of candidacy for the 2024 presidential election?

The 75,000,000 great American Patriots who voted for me, AMERICA FIRST, and MAKING AMERICA BIG AGAIN, will continue to have a HUGE VOTE. You will not be disregarded or treated unfairly in any way, in any form or in any form!

– Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) January 8, 2021

9:01 am: The FBI publishes photos of attackers on Capitol Hill in an attempt to locate them

The US FBI released a list of photos of all wanted people suspected of breaking into Capitol Hill on Wednesday.

Those activists who managed to enter the famous American federal building are actively sought after 90 arrests have already taken place.

#FBIWFO is asking the public for assistance in identifying those who illegally entered the US Capitol Building on January 1st. 6. If you have witnessed unlawful violence, contact the #FBI at 1-800-CALL-FBI or submit photos / videos at

– FBI Washington Field (@FBIWFO) January 8, 2021

8:02 am: Why didn’t Capitol security work?

How did the pro-Trump protesters get into Capitol Hill so easily? The security system of the congress building received widespread criticism in the wake of the violence that rocked Washington. The ease with which the security services were overwhelmed by the hundreds of Republican President supporters waving “Trump 2020” flags and wearing camouflage uniforms “is a massive failure,” Senate Chairman Mitch McConnell told an investigation’s announcement. We explain everything in this article.

7:20 am: Who is the pro-Trump who stormed the Capitol?

They were pictured with their feet on an elected official’s desk on Capitol Hill on Wednesday as they were paraded with a Confederate flag or sat in the office of the President of the Senate. The pro-Trump protesters who have invaded the Capitol have already been identified by the American and specialized media.

Here are the main items that have been gathered on each of them.

6:40 a.m.: A policeman injured in clashes in the Capitol is dead

Police officer Brian Sicknick, who was deployed in the clash at the Capitol on Wednesday and injured in physical contact with protesters, died of his injuries, police said.

Four protesters died in these incidents, including a woman who was hit by a bullet fired by police. For the other three deaths, the circumstances have not yet been clarified.

6:20 am: A second minister resigns

Education Secretary Betsy Devos is the second member of Donald Trump’s cabinet to announce her resignation after the President’s supporters attacked the Capitol.

“There is no denying that your rhetoric had an impact on the situation and it is a turning point for me,” accused the minister in a letter to Donald Trump, a copy of which was received by several American media outlets.

A few hours earlier, Minister of Transport Elaine Chao had also announced her resignation for similar reasons.

6:15 am: Trump condemns violence and promises a “smooth” transition

Donald Trump, accused by Joe Biden of undermining democracy, rarely called for “reconciliation” and condemned “a heinous attack” on the Capitol.

In a video that shows a marked change in tone, the Republican president said he was “scandalized by the violence” wrought by a few hundred of his supporters who broke into the seat of Congress on Wednesday.

Donald Trump rarely calls for “reconciliation”


6:04 a.m.: On the way to an early end for Donald Trump?

The Republican billionaire appears increasingly isolated as his successor, who will move to the White House in 13 days, is already taking on the role of leader responsible for healing the wounds of an injured America.

6:03 am: Calling to indict Trump

In Congress, Senate Democratic Chairman Chuck Schumer called on Vice President Mike Pence to remove Donald Trump from office and accused the outgoing President of “inciting” violence.

He called on Donald Trump’s right-hand man to invoke the 25th amendment to the constitution, which allows the vice-president and a majority of cabinet members to declare the president “unable” to carry out his role.

Nancy Pelosi, Democratic President of the House of Representatives, said Donald Trump’s dismissal was an “emergency of the utmost importance”.

The first Republican to publicly take the plunge, an elected member of the House, Adam Kinzinger, called on Thursday to tread this unprecedented path “for the good” of American democracy.

6:02 a.m.: Trump deprived of social media

The president’s Facebook and Instagram accounts have been blocked for “at least the next two weeks,” said Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg on Thursday.

The last hours of information

US Secretary of Transportation Elaine Chao announced her resignation Thursday, citing her “concern” over the invasion of Capitol Hill by supporters of President Donald Trump the previous day. The woman who died on the grounds on Wednesday after participating in the coup Congressman was shot dead by Capitol Police. Three other people – a woman and two men – died around Capitol Hill. President-elect Joe Biden accused Donald Trump of “launching a merciless attack on America’s democratic institutions”. “Yesterday was one of the darkest days in our history in my eyes,” he complained, calling those who were involved in these problems “terrorists”. Donald Trump has promised to leave the White House January 20 in an “orderly” manner for a few hours that his supporters will sow chaos in the Capitol. The White House spokeswoman said Thursday that US President Donald Trump and his administration “condemned possible“ violence. ”The day after the violence, a first elected Republican joined the Democratic Choir demanding his departure has been condemned by many world leaders, including Emmanuel Macron, who denounced an “attack on democracy” and called for respect for the result of the presidential election.

6 a.m.: Controversial Thursday after the violence in the Capitol

Congress confirmed Joe Biden’s White House election Thursday after a day of unimaginable violence in Washington on Wednesday that saw supporters of Donald Trump sow chaos in the Capitol, the temple of American democracy.

Experience our live again on Thursday.