‘It was rigged’: Trump supporters gather in Washington to protest election defeat
16 November 2020 | 11:09 am
Trump supporters rally outside the Supreme Court in the US as they claim voter fraud led to Donald Trump's defeat. The Republican incumbent is falsely insisting the election was fraudulent.
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