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[Homework]BBC 2021-01-07 节目音频已修复

BBC news with Neil Munes.


Officals at the US Capitol say they've secured the Building after it was stormed by supporters of President Trump trying to disrupt the certification of Joe Biden's electoral win. Encouraged by the President, they had convened on the Capitol Building before overwhelming the police.


Washington D.C.'s police spokesman Robert J. Contee described what happened. ''It was clear that the crowd was intent on causing harm to our officers by deploying chemical irritants on police to force entry into the United States Capitol Building. As you are aware, they were able to gain access to the Capitol Building. And I can confirm that one civilian was reported to have sustained a gunshut wound inside of the Capitol.'' And in the pass few minutes, police have confirmed that the woman shot has died.


Hours after the violence first began, Mr. Trump made a brief statement, calling them to go home. But he repeated his claims of electoral fraud which remained unproven as Jon Sopel reports. ''No one has found fraud. The Attorney General didn't find fraud. The person in charge of election security didn't find fraud. The head of the FBI didn't find fraud. Mitch McConnell, the Senate Majority leader, said there was no fraud. So, how could you say, go home and accept this? At the same time, as you're saying, it was a fraud, and on the basis of no evidence.''


The President-elect Joe Biden said American democracy had been subjected to an unprecedented assault, which borded on sedition. The former Republican President George W. Bush said he was appalled by what he said was a reckless behavior of some political leaders.


One of the headline, Democrats look set to gain control over the US Senate after John Ossoff was projected to have won his runoff race in Georgia.


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