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“Before I could understand what was happening, my husband fell on top me,” Uyanik said. “I had to lift several bodies from on top of me before I could get out. It was frightening.”
More than 500 people were inside the Reina club when the attack began about 1:15 a.m. local time. A closed-circuit television recording of the attack showed the assailant wearing a Santa Claus hat part of the time, according to the AP, which obtained the recording from the Haberturk newspaper.
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Here’s why road to high-profile inauguration runs through Missouri
“The election’s over and some people are very happy and other people, not so happy,” Blunt said in describing the painting at a Dec. 16 press conference at the Saint Louis Art Museum, which will lend the artwork for the inauguration ceremony.
Of course, the political sentiments in Bingham’s 1850s-era rendering could easily apply to the 2016 election results, which have deeply divided the American electorate. Trump’s inauguration has already stirred controversy, with some performers refusing to attend and a large number of protests planned.