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Joe Biden called for America to end its “uncivil war” between political factions as he attempted to draw a line under the divisions of Donald Trump’s presidency, says The Daily Telegraph.

Joe Biden will launch a “blitz” on some of Donald Trump’s most controversial policies, such as overturning limits on immigration from mainly Muslim countries, reports The Daily Telegraph.He is also set to sign up once…

Metro celebrates the end of Donald Trump’s time in power and notes that he will be the first president since 1869 not to attend his successor’s inauguration.

On the front of the Financial Times is news of Donald Trump’s second impeachment, which comes as a result of a mob of his supporters storming the US Capitol on 6 January. 

The Financial Times reports on the US House of Representatives moving to impeach President Donald Trump, with German Chancellor Angela Merkel criticising Twitter for banning him from the platform.You can read more from the US…

Donald Trump is facing increasing pressure from both politicians and the American public over his role in the storming of the Capitol, tomorrow’s The i reports. 

Tomorrow’s Metro leads on calls to prosecute President Donald Trump for inciting riots, following the storming of the US Capitol.

The Times leads on the thousands of President Trump supporters who stormed the US Capitol to bring a violent halt to the formal confirmation of his election defeat.

Far-right Trump supporters stormed the US Capitol in a last-ditch bid to thwart Joe Biden’s presidential election victory, the Metro writes.

The Daily Telegraph says Donald Trump is under increasing pressure to concede defeat in the US election after George W Bush said it had been “fundamentally fair”.You can read more on this story here.

Trump The Grump – that’s the headline on the front of Metro, as a defeated Donald Trump refuses to concede the US election and instead heads back to the golf course.You can read more on…

President-elect Joe Biden is preparing executive orders to reverse some of Donald Trump’s policies, the Financial Times reports.Read up on Mr Biden’s first day of business here.

The Daily Express says it’s time for Donald Trump to admit defeat in his bid for another four years in the White House, but the president “refuses to face reality”.

The Daily Telegraph reports that advisers to Joe Biden have vowed to force Donald Trump out of the White House as the president refuses to accept the seemingly-inevitable and concede defeat.

The Financial Times leads on the US presidential election, saying Democrat challenger Joe Biden is “on the brink” of victory, while President Trump repeats discredited claims of a stolen election.