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Capitol Hill riots, 1:00 PM #1280044

CNN Special for Wednesday, Jan 06, 2021

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CNN continues coverage, anchored by Wolf Blitzer, of the debates with Senator Pat Toomey (R-Pennsylvania) then interrupted by Manu Raju, reporting of the Capitol building lockdown and rising danger from the protesters. Alex Marquardt reports from the western side of Capitol, protesters breaking through barricades, climbing up the building. Phil Mattingly, over the phone reports his view. Brian Todd reports from the scene, fighting between rioters and police. 1:47 pm Maju Raju reports of the armed standoff at the House chamber doors. Commentary provided by Jim Acosta, John King, Jake Tapper, Dana Bash, Pamela Brown, Abby Philip, and Charles Ramsey.
Duration:
00:59:27

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