National Guard members in Capitol Hill, Washington (AP Photo / Andrew Harnik)

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January 16, 2021 The number of

National Guard soldiers

who will preside over the inauguration of President Joe Biden in Washington, on Wednesday's Inauguration Day

, has been increased from 21,000 to 25,000


The Pentagon has authorized a further strengthening of the massive security device decided after the Epiphany assault on Capitol Hill and threats from far-right groups.   

Outgoing President

Donald Trump

has made it known that he will leave the White House on Wednesday morning, just hours before the ceremony, with Marine One taking him to Andrew's base from where he will board Air Force One for the last time. reach the Mar-a-Lago residence in West Palm Beach, Florida. 

"If it turns out that members of Congress were complicit in this insurrection - if they aided and abetted the crime - action beyond Congress could be taken in terms of prosecution."

The speaker of the American House

Nancy Pelosi said

in relation to the hypothesis that Republican congressmen may have helped those responsible for the January 6 assault on the Capitol.

US federal authorities arrested

a man

in Florida

for inciting an armed counter-


on social media

in response to the proTrump protests announced at the Florida Statehouse tomorrow.

The Justice Department reported.

"Extremists prone to violence on both sides must be stopped and will be stopped," said Lawrence Keefe, US Attorney for the North District of Florida.  


will block anyone using the social platform to organize events or rallies around Capitol Hill.

The decision will last until Wednesday 20 January, when Washington will celebrate the inauguration day, the inauguration of the new president of the United States, Joe Biden.

The social media announced it with a post, explaining that it is a decided measure to limit the risk of new violence after the assault on Congress on the day of the Epiphany.