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Washington, DC / Capitol Hill Riot / Security / The Investigation / A Discussion #1280033

CNN Evening News for Tuesday, Jan 12, 2021
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper; Capitol Hill: Ryan Nobles) The shouting match at the Capitol by Republicans opposed to using metal detectors for security after the riots outside the House chambers instigated when Representative Lauren Bogart% went through the detectors & would not allow Capitol Police to go through her bag discussed.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper; Washington: Shimon Prokupecz) The issue of threats against the state capitols & the US Capitol with the FBI treating it like an international terrorism case, the questions after the FBI/US attorney press conference, on the video of the hand-to-hand combat at the Capitol between the mob & reinforcing police, the issue of it being coordinated discussed; video shown.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's former FBI agent Asha Rangappa & former FBI deputy dir. Andrew McCabe about the attack & the investigation. [McCABE - offers views on how it will take time to investigate the intelligence report prior to the riot, the need for the director to get involved.] [RANGAPPA - offers views on whether the information was impeded, how the press conference was too tepid & not giving enough information about right wing terrorism: fear director Chris Wray could be fired before the Inauguration, on what President Trump has said.] Other material: [TRUMP - says the 25th Amendment is of zero risk....]

Cooper, Anderson;
Nobles, Ryan;
Prokupecz, Shimon

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