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Washington, DC / Capitol Hill Riot / Trump / Impeachment Vote (Studio: David Muir) Report introduced. #1280060

ABC Evening News for Wednesday, Jan 13, 2021
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(Capitol Hill: Mary Bruce) The second impeachment of President Trump by the House vote a week after the riots at the Capitol by a mob incited by the president featured; scenes from the Capitol on January 6 & photos of 10 Republicans voting to impeach; details given of the Republican opposition. [Speaker of the House Nancy PELOSI - says he must go.] [Representatives David CICILLINE@, Cori BUSH@, Jim HIMES@, Donald NORCROSS, Republican Dan NEWHOUSE@- speak out against Trump.] A statement against the president from Representative Liz Cheney quoted. [Republican Representatives Tom COLE@, Kevn McCARTHY@, Jim JORDAN - offer views on what Trump did & says.] [Moments ago from the White House, TRUMP - says no supporter of mine could carry out violence or harassment.] The timetable for when a Senate trial could start & where Senator Mitch McConnell stands discussed.

(Studio: David Muir) Trump's video distancing himself from supporters at the Capitol noted. [Moments ago from the White House, TRUMP - says there is never a justification for violence: America is a nation of laws.]

(Studio: David Muir; Washington: Jonathan Karl) Trump's reaction to the impeachment vote & being scared about a conviction thus leading to that video a week after the attack & the issue of a self-pardon & its constitutionality discussed.

Bruce, Mary;
Muir, David;
Karl, Jonathan

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