Trump, Tiananmen and the Chinese exile divide over the Capitol siege

Several prominent Chinese dissidents have doubled down on their support for US President Donald Trump, comparing those who stormed Capitol Hill in Washington last week to the Tiananmen Square student protesters in 1989.Some also repeated unsubstantiated claims about voter fraud and staged riots meant to pin the blame on Trump, angering others in the exile community.On Twitter on Thursday, Li Jinjin, a former Peking University student leader who took part in the 1989 movement, compared the Trump…

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