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Capitol Hill riots, 3:00 PM #1280245

CNN Special for Wednesday, Jan 06, 2021

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Anchored by Wolf Blitzer and Anderson Cooper and on the scene reporting by Phil Mattingly, Brian Todd, Manu Raju, Alex Marquardt, and Pamela Brown, and Pete Muntean. Commentary provided by Jim Acosta, John King, Jake Tapper, Dana Bash, Pamela Brown, Abby Philip, and Charles Ramsey, Kaitlan Collins, Rick Santorum (former Republican Presidential Candidate), Van Jones, Gloria Borger. President elect Joe Biden speaks on the riots at 3:06 PM. President Trump addresses the riot in a recorded message where CNN calls it a "mixed message" is broadcast at 3:22 PM. Jon Ossoff is announced the winner of the election in Georgia at 3:30 pm. At 3:50 pm Charles Ramsey, former Philadelphia Police Commissioner comments on the actions of law enforcement and discussion of what will happen during the inauguration.

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