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Inauguration / Security / Johnson Interview #1280967

CNN Evening News for Monday, Jan 18, 2021
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper; Washington: Shimon Prokupecz) How the Capitol in Washington, DC, has been turned into a military base with the presence of the National Guard being checked out by the Metropolitan Police because of concerns about extremism & an inside threat from the military discussed.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's former Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson about security. [From New Jersey, JOHNSON - offers views on what President Trump said about "national carnage" at his Inauguration when his incitement of violence led to concerns about an insider threat today, on how vetting is necessary, how the Secret Service has overall responsibility for security, on what this Inauguration will look like, on what Dr. Martin Luther King would say to the nation today if he were alive.]

Cooper, Anderson;
Prokupecz, Shimon

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