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Capitol Hill riots, 3:00 pm #1280101

ABC Special for Wednesday, Jan 06, 2021

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George Stephanopoulos anchors live coverage of Capitol Hill riots, with commentary and analysis by Cecilia Vega, Jonathan Karl, Dan Abrams, and Mary Bruce, Terry Moran. President-elect Joe Biden speaks on camera about the riots. Rep. Kevin McCarthy (R-California) speaks to ABC News over the phone. President Trump then releases a pre-recorded video. Martha Raddatz reports from outside the building. On the phone interview with Elizabeth Neumann, Frmr Asst. DHS Secretary, Counterterrorism and Threat Prevention, and Chris Christie. Public statement by Washington D.C. Mayor Bowser and Metro PD announces 6:00 PM curfew. Phone interview with Rep. Markwayne Mullin (R-Oklahoma) and the start of a phone call with Rep. Tony Cardena (D-California).

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