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Trump will not join the swearing in of the new president, Chidambaram said – Americans take a sigh of relief

new Delhi: In the US, the ongoing political fierceness on the outcome of the presidential election continues. Meanwhile, senior Congress leader and former Union Minister P Chidambaram has also given a statement. He has targeted the current President of America.

He tweeted from his Twitter handle, “Americans should breathe a sigh of relief that President Donald Trump will not attend the swearing-in ceremony of the new president on January 20.” Chidambaram said, “It is a relief for Americans and they should be happy.” Let us know that on Friday, President Donald Trump said that he will not attend the swearing-in ceremony of the new president on January 20.

P. Chidambaram targeted the trump

P Chidambaram said, “Imagine how insulting it would be for a great country like America if Donald Trump announced that he would be the presidential candidate in 2024?” He continued, “Imagine if he had seized the microphone at 11.50 am and ordered that he would exercise his authority as president and give a 5-minute farewell speech?”

Senate rejects Trump’s victory claim

Significantly, the US Senate rejected President Donald Trump’s claim of victory in Arizona. The Senate considered Joe Biden to be Arizona’s winner. At the same time, the US Parliament also declared Biden as the winner. At the same time, the order of Emergency in DC was extended by two weeks. Mayor Muriel Boeser announced this order. Earlier on Wednesday, curfew was ordered from 6 pm to 6 am after violence in the Capital Hills.

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