The second day after the inauguration of the US President: workers remove the iron fence and part of the National Guard leaves the capital

On the 21st local time, the second day after the US president took office, the roads near the White House, which were completely closed and set up multiple roadblocks on the 20th, were opened one after another. Workers began to remove the iron fence, vehicle checkpoints were abandoned, bridges were reopened, and some members of the national guard left the capital one after another. Although the inauguration ceremony of the new president ended in a relatively calm atmosphere, the state of emergency in Washington, D.C., will continue until the 24th. The police and soldiers of the National Guard will continue to be vigilant to prevent possible emergencies in the next few days.

The second day after the inauguration of the US President: workers remove the iron fence and part of the National Guard leaves the capital

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