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Washington, DC / Capitol Hill Riot / Trump / Brown Interview #1280047

CNN Evening News for Monday, Jan 11, 2021
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) A Keeping Them Honest look at "Reckoning?! about President Trump's anger at the PGA for pulling a tournament from his club while less concerned about the riot at Capitol Hill with no acocuntabiility from First Lady Melania Trump & Republicans when there needs to be consequences for this event encouraged by the president introduced. [Jan. 7, White House press secretary Kayleigh MCENANY - says it is time for America to unite.] [On, Fox, Senator Marco RUBIO - criticizes the "left."] [Jan. 6, Trump attorney Rudolph GIULIANI calls for trial by combat.] [On CBS, Senator Roy BLUNT@- suggests Trump learned his lesson.] The right's criticism of social media platforms noted. [Representative Devin nUNES@- says there is no free social media company because the big ones destroyed them.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with Senator Chaired Brown about the behavior of Trump; Brown tweet quoted, Jan. 6 Capitol footage shown. [BROWN - offers views on not believing Trump accepting responsibility; lists who should be held accountable after the terrorist attack: the Senate needs to take action & ne responsible, on why two senators should be expelled because of our standing in the world that is reacting to the awful pictures, on his concern about what happens up to Jan. 20th, on the House impeachment timeline for a Senate trial: do it immediately.]

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