In another letter led by Representative Cindy Axon (Iowa) and Jason Crow (Colorado, USA), 13 Democrats called on the leaders of the House Management Committee to allow troops and other law enforcement The department uses shower and changing room facilities, except for dining facilities.
The legislator wrote: “It is not clear how long it may take them to protect and defend the Capitol and provide shower facilities to refresh people. This may be different after long-distance changes.” “Furthermore, we ask you. Consider buying cribs, bedding or other materials to make people who are forced to spend the night in the Capitol or those on rest feel comfortable.”
These images were taken in historic buildings that are normally open to public visits and school field trips, highlighting the continued threat of violence after the January 6 riots. When the House of Representatives impeached President Donald Trump for the second time, lawmakers still worried about his safety. Washington was preparing to be elected President Biden on Tuesday’s inauguration.
As of Thursday, the National Guard said it had deployed 7,000 members from all states across the country to provide support for Biden’s inauguration. The Secret Service, the Capitol Police and the U.S. Park Police requested help.