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Khloe Kardashian blasted the Donald Trump supporters who stormed the US Capitol as the "epitome of white privilege".
Four people have died and police have made 52 arrests after a mob of Trump supporters charged into the Capitol to try and overturn Joe Biden's victory.
The National Guard swooped to the scene as Washington, DC was plunged into lockdown and senators were evacuated amid the carnage.
Khloe, 36, took aim at the Trump supporters as she branded them the spectacle of "white privilege".
The reality star admitted she was left "sick to the stomach" over the "disturbing" scenes at Congress.
She tweeted: "The epitome of white privilege! How disturbing!!! I am sick to my stomach!"
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Keeping Up With The Kardashians' star asked her 28.9million followers to "pray for America" while the "despicable chaos" unfolded.
Earlier on, she tweeted: "Disgusting and humiliating!!! Pray for America! This is so so sad! Despicable chaos."
Meanwhile, her sister Kim Kardashian stayed silent as the protests raged on.
Khloe, 36, took aim at the Trump supporters as she branded them the spectacle of "white privilege"
(Image: Khloe Kardashian/Instagram)
It's claimed she's in the process of separating from her husband Kanye West after six years and four children.
At the House of Congress, hair-raising scenes unfolded when the protesters turned violent.
Among the protesters, one shouted: "Trump won that election."
(Image: AFP via Getty Images)
The woman shot dead was named as Trump supporter and former Air Force veteran Ashli Babbit.
President-elect Joe Biden said US democracy is under an "unprecedented assault".
He went on: "An assault on the most sacred of American undertakings: the doing of the people's business."