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Capitol Hill riots, 1:44 PM #1280100

CBS Special for Wednesday, Jan 06, 2021

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Norah O'Donnell anchors live coverage as protesters interrupt the Electoral certification by breaking into the US Capitol building. Major Garrett, Nancy Cordes, Ed O'Keefe, David Becker provide analysis. Kris Van Cleve reports from the streets outside the Capitol and and Nancy Cordes from inside the building. Questions about the location of the National Guard will be arriving. CBS News interviews Zachary Hudak, and Grace Segers journalists, on the phone about their experience in the House chambers. At 2:10 pm CBS Reports Mayor Bowser's request for National Guard. John Dickerson and Jeffrey Rosen adds commentary. At 2:31 Rep. Kevin McCarthy (R-California) comments over the phone.

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