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Pelosi says removing Trump ’emergency of highest magnitude’

By AFP
08 January 2021   |   11:25 am
Donald Trump supporters lay flowers and pray outside the US Capitol at a makeshift memorial for Ashli Babbitt, the woman who was fatally shot as backers of the president stormed the building Wednesday in Washington, DC.

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