Trump hints the rally of his supporters will not be peaceful

The first week of the year has become a sign of turmoil for the United States. Hundreds of lawmakers have come out in favor of President Donald Trump, who has not lost the election. 

Trump is desperate to disrupt the process of declaring Joe Biden the winner in the joint session of Congress.

Pro-Trump Conservatives have called for a mass rally in Washington DC on January 6. As Trump himself has hinted, this rally will not be peaceful. The current situation has raised new concerns in the American political arena.

CNN reported Wednesday that Trump is preparing to shorten his vacation and return to the White House from Florida.

Trump goes on vacation to Mar-a-Lago, Florida to celebrate Christmas and New Year. After many dramas, he signed the Civil Incentive Act while sitting there. 

Trump is now pushing for a joint session of Congress on January 6. He is returning to the White House after a short vacation.

Republican Senator Josh Howley, elected from Missouri, announced December, 30 that he would object to the joint vote count.

If one member of the Senate and one member of Congress raises such an objection, there is an opportunity for a formal debate in Congress.

As of Wednesday, The Hill had confirmed a list of 21 lawmakers who were attending a joint session of Congress to raise objections. Efforts to increase this number are underway from the Trump camp.

The latest count shows that more than a hundred lawmakers are standing in favour of Trump's in the  joint session of Congress of January 8.

Senate Republican leader Mitch McConnell has not commented publicly. CNN reports that Senator Mitch McConnell is personally advising party lawmakers not to engage in such activities.

Texas-elected Senator John Cornyn told reporters that many things happen against the will. And if such an incident occurs then it has to be dealt with. The influential senator has already indicated that he will not go out of his way to stand up for Trump's bogus claims.

Democrat Senator Charles Schumer reacted sharply to Senator of Missouri, Josh Howley's remarks. Schumer said that after losing dozens of lawsuits over the vote, Trump's election fraud was no longer a claim. 

He said the joint session of Congress would approve Joe Biden as president and Kamala Harris as vice president. These two will take oath on January 20 according to the constitutional rules.

"This is America," said Senator Schumer. Election has been held. And the results have been found. 'He said,' Our argument is based on truth, not conspiracy or fiction. '

If lawmakers raise objections in both chambers of Congress, each objection may be debated and voted on separately.

Trump supporters have hinted that they will raise objections to the electoral vote in at least six states. As such, if there is a 12-hour debate, the Congress will not be able to take any decision on January 8. The debate will continue till the next day.

Many consider it a waste of time and a political 'circus'. Republican lawmakers must stand either for or against Trump if an objection is voted on in Congress. 

Never before has there been such a constitutional process regarding the election of the President of the United States. 

As a result, Trump is walking in an unconventional way. Concerns are growing in the American political arena.

A conservative pro-Trump group has called for a rally in the capital, Washington DC. Trump is urging supporters to join the rally. Attempts are being made to gather supporters from all over America at the rally.

Other conservative groups are also joining the rally in preparation for the riots. The message from Trump supporters is that everyone should take personal security measures.

The law enforcement authorities see such a message as quite indicative. Robert Contee took over as Washington DC's police commissioner earlier this year.

 Regarding the rally on January 8, the police commissioner said that all kinds of opportunities would be given for peaceful rallies. However, any kind of violence will not be tolerated in any way.

President Trump hinted in his tweet that such rallies may not be peaceful.

Trump has repeatedly tweeted and posted on Facebook that he will meet on January 6. Trump claims, he has the majority of votes in Georgia and Pennsylvania, which is enough to change the outcome of the vote.

However, no one but Trump and his supporters can think of changing the outcome of the election after the Electoral College certification.

Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris are preparing to be sworn in as president on January 20.

 Joe Biden, however, complained that the Trump administration was not providing the necessary assistance to prepare them.

In such a reality, the question of what the situation will be if there is any chaos on January 7- is revolving in the minds of the American people.

Vice President Mike Pence is scheduled to visit the Middle East on January 7, the day after presiding over a joint session of Congress.

But CNN quoted White House sources as saying that Mike Pence's trip abroad had been postponed. All in all, at the last minute of President Trump's tenure, there are fears about his possible reckless actions.

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