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Washington, DC / Capitol Hill Riot / Trump / Impeachment #1279986

ABC Evening News for Sunday, Jan 10, 2021
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(Studio: Tom Llamas) Report introduced.

(White House: Rachel Scott) The fallout from the January 6 attack on the US Capitol & the calls for President Trump's impeachment featured; scenes shown of new video of the attack on the Capitol after Trump's rally, of rioters breaking the glass in doors; details given about the article of impeachment, Trump rounding up a defense team; rioters chanting hang Vice President Mike Pence. [Representative Alexandria OCASIO-CORTEZ comments.] [Jan. 6, TRUMP - says we fight like hell.] [Representative Adam KINZINGER - says it was an executive branch attack on the legislative branch.] [On "This Week," former New Jersey Governor Chris CHRISTIE - agrees it is impeachable.] [On Fox, Representative Jim JORDAN - opposes impeachment.] [On CNN, Senator Pat TOOMEY@- backs resignation.] What we can expect this week about impeachment while Trump plans a trip to the border wall discussed.

(Studio: Tom Llamas) Report introduced.

(Washington: Kenneth Moton) A look inside the siege featured; scenes shown of a police officer being beaten by anarchists. rioters fighting with police with Brian Sicknick being killed, the security presence now with the threat of violence by the Inauguration; details given of an officer shooting Trump supporter Ashlii Babbitt, the arrest of Eric Munchel, Larry Bronk, Cleveland Meredith@. [Voice of acting US attorney in D.C., Michael SHERWIN@- says hundreds fled without being stopped.]

Llamas, Tom;
Scott, Rachel;
Moton, Kenneth

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