In the U.S., Trump supporters and opponents engaged in a shootout

In the U.S., Trump supporters and opponents engaged in a shootout

In the American city of Olympia, Washington, during clashes between supporters and opponents of U.S. President Donald Trump occurred shooting.

According to police, one person was injured in the shooting. The suspect in the case has been detained. Law enforcement officials noted that both sides of the conflict have heavily armed men who are ready for violent action.

Earlier, a U.S. resident who went to a rally in support of incumbent President Donald Trump was charged with hooliganism for intentionally breathing on two women without a mask. Raymond Deskins, 61, came out in support of the U.S. leader wearing Trump-inspired clothing and an inflatable circle with the head of state’s face on it.

On November 3, 2020, another presidential election was held in the United States. The vote count and proceedings are still ongoing. According to media estimates, Joe Biden won the number of electoral votes necessary to win, thus surpassing Trump. The Democrat has already proclaimed himself president-elect of the United States.