NBC Evening News for Sunday, Jan 10, 2021
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(White House: Rachel Scott) Report introduced.
(White House: Kelly O'Donnell) The fallout from the January 6 attack on the US Capitol & the calls for President Trump's impeachment featured; scenes shown; details given about the fractured relationship between Trump & Vice President Mike Pence. [Senator Pat TOOMAY@- suggests a resignation.] [Representative Hakeem JEFFRIES; on ABC, Representative Alexandria OCASIO-CORTEZ; on CNN, Representative Jim CLYBURN -offer views on impeachment & the timing of it.] [Jan. 6, TRUMP - says he hopes Pence comes through.] [On ABC, Representative Adam KINZIGER - notes Pence is now Public Enemy 1.] Trump's plans to visit the US-Mexico border discussed.
(Studio: Kate Snow) Report introduced.
(No location given: Ron Allen) The brutal video of the conflict between police & rioters at the Capitol reviewed; scenes shown od the mayhem while storming the building, National Guard on duty now, public harassment, a black officer leading the mob away, a procession honoring the slain police officer Brian Sicknick; details given of the plans to arrest Larry Block@ & Eric Munchel@, the possibility of coronavirus infection among those who were huddled together. [NBC security analyst Frank FIGLIUZZI@- wonders about the disturbing background of the rioters.]
(Studio: Kate Snow; Washington: Pete Williams) The issue of the advanced notice to the Capitol Police from the NYPD about social media unrest & the FBI contact with extremists discussed.
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