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Start of the Electoral College count and protests #1280013

CNN Special for Wednesday, Jan 06, 2021

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Anchored by Wolf Blitzer, live coverage the start of a joint session of Congress to certify the Electoral College vote. John King; Alan Frumin, former Senate Parlimentarian; Jake Tapper, Dana Bash, and Abby Philip provide commentary and analysis. Vice President Mike Pence presiding over the joint session, begins the count, an objection to the electoral vote in Arizona initiates the start of a debate in each house. At 12:21 pm Rep. Nancy Pelosi (D-California) states the rules for the House. Speeches start at 12:23 with Rep. Steve Scalise (Republican Minority Whip), Rep. Zoe Lofgren (D-California), Sen. Mitch McConnell (R-Kentucky), Sen. Chuck Schumer (D-New York), Senator Ted Cruz (R-Texas), Senator Amy Klobuchar (D-Minnesota).
Duration:
01:01:30

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