No more Trump cards: A look at the end of an era as Donald Trump's reign closes in chaos

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After losing the 2020 American election, President Donald Trump has made it clear he doesn’t intend bowing out gracefully (Photo: Getty Images/Gallo Images)
After losing the 2020 American election, President Donald Trump has made it clear he doesn’t intend bowing out gracefully (Photo: Getty Images/Gallo Images)

It's been four years of chaos and one controversy after the next. But it’s finally over – Donald Trump exits the White House and Joe Biden enters, bringing to an end one of the most astonishing presidential terms in US history.

For many it couldn’t come fast enough. The mayhem that unfolded with just two weeks of his presidency to go, shocked even some of his ardent supporters.

Images of rioters storming the Capitol building in Washington, home to America’s government and the very heart of the country’s democracy, will make their way into the history books as an unprecedented attack on the US political system.

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