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NBC News 8 Jan 2021

A Closer Look At What Laws Were Broken During The Capitol Hill Riots


NBC News' Danny Cevallos takes an in-depth look at the laws that the mob rioting on Capitol Hill broke and whether President Trump could be held legally responsible.

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