Aftermath at the U.S. Capitol
A worker cleans up debris outside the U.S. Capitol a day after supporters of President Trump stormed the buildmore
A flag in a trash can at the U.S. Capitol Building in Washington. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst
Furniture litters a hallway in the U.S. Capitol Building. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst
A "Make America Great Again" hat sits in the debris left behind at the West Terrace entrance checkpoint. REUTmore
A protective plastic bag covers a defaced bust of President Zachary Taylor in the U.S. Capitol. REUTERS/Erin Smore
Bullet holes and stickers are seen on an entrance to the U.S. Capitol. REUTERS/Erin Scott
The phrase "Murder the media" is written on a door to the U.S. Capitol. REUTERS/Erin Scott
Debris is seen through a smashed glass door to the U.S. Capitol. REUTERS/Erin Scott
A U.S. Capitol window is seen smashed. REUTERS/Erin Scott
A broken window near the House chamber. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst
The aftermath of emergency medical attention in a hallway. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst
Workers clean the security checkpoint at the West Terrace entrance. REUTERS/Erin Scott
Scraps of a demonstrator's poster lays below a Congressional members and staff entrance sign at the Senate Carmore
Members of the news media survey damaged equipment a day after Trump supporters occupied the Capitol. REUTERS/more
A worker cleans a statue of former President Ronald Reagan inside the Rotunda. REUTERS/Erin Scott
Documents lie on the floor inside the Capitol. Tom Brandt via REUTERS
Flipped furniture and broken glass lie on the floor. Tom Brandt via REUTERS
Debris litters the floor. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst
Workers install a fence in front of the U.S. Capitol a day after Trump supporters occupied the building. REUTEmore
A door with broken windows inside the Capitol. Tom Brandt via REUTERS
Furniture litters a hallway. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst
A sign lies on the floor near a window. Tom Brandt via REUTERS
Broken glass is pictured on the floor. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst
Virginia State Police and U.S. Capitol Police inside the Rotunda the day after. REUTERS/Erin Scott
Debris litters a hallway. Jasper Colt/USA TODAY
National Guard members walk behind a fence installed a day after Trump supporters occupied the building. REUTEmore
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