Newspaper Headlines Did Not Hold Back After A Pro-Trump Mob Stormed The Capitol

The assault on the US Capitol was front-page news across the country and around the world.

On Wednesday, a pro-Trump mob — incited by President Donald Trump's dangerous lies about the election — engaged in a deadly attempted coup by storming the US Capitol to stop lawmakers from certifying Joe Biden's victory.

Here's how the front pages of US and global newspapers covered the news.

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