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Less than a month before U.S. President-elect Joe Biden's inauguration, hundreds of Japanese, including adherents of the QAnon conspiracy theory, are taking to the streets in support of President Donald Trump's claim that the Nov. 3 vote was fraudulent.

"Stop biased reporting" and "Admit (the U.S. presidential election) was rigged" were among the slogans shouted in unison by more than 200 Trump supporters during a rally held at Hibiya Park in central Tokyo in late November.

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