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Washington, DC / Capitol Hill Riot / Three Republicans #1280038

CNN Evening News for Tuesday, Jan 12, 2021
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Report introduced.

(No location given: Drew Griffin) The role of three Republican member of Congress in the siege of the Capitol of January 6 examined; scenes shown of rallies. [Protest organizer Ali ALEXANDER@- says he came up with the idea of January 6 when talking to three Republican Congressmen: Paul Gosar, Andy Biggs & Mo Brooks.] The connection between Alexander & Gosar detailed with tweets quoted. [GOSAR - objects to the counting of the election results.] [Representative Denver RINGLEMAN@- comments.] [Jan. 6, BROOKS - says patriots should kick ass.] Brooks' call for fighting back against anti-Christian socialists quoted. [Fermer Representative Charlie DENT - opposes radical elements.]

Cooper, Anderson;
Griffin, Drew

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