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Peter Boykin is a fervent supporter of outgoing U.S. President Trump. In Washington D.C., the protests against the election results turned violent. And Boykin was in the thick of it. He refuses to accept Trump's loss.
The Human Rights Watch accused US President Donald Trump of abandoning the fight for human rights and called for President-elect Joe Biden to reverse course.
Africans are responding to the chaos at the US Capitol with irony, sarcasm and humor. #Trump started trending on Twitter in places like Nigeria, South Africa and Kenya as the platform blocked the US president.
After supporters of Donald Trump stormed the US Capitol, German Foreign Minister Heiko Maas warned that EU democracy is interlinked with US events. He has called for close cooperation: a "Marshall Plan for democracy."
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