After mob attack on Capitol, here is how Trump supporters view what happened
Trump supporters who gathered to protest the certification of Joe Biden as the next President of the United States describe how they view the events of Jan. 6, which culminated in rioters storming the U.S. Capitol.
Our Founders deeply feared unchecked passions and violence, yet the January 6 mob attacks on Capitol Hill were assaults on the very essence of our Republic. Where do we go from here? Steve Forbes on the violence that unfolded, on the respect and commitment to our Constitution and on what we must consider moving forward.
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#SteveForbes #WhatsAhead Congress has certified Joe Biden and Kamala Harris as the next president and vice-president of the US.
The electoral votes were approved after both the Senate and the House of Representatives rejected objections to the votes in the states of Pennsylvania and Arizona.
The normally procedural session of Congress was disrupted on Wednesday when supporters of President Trump stormed the Capitol building. The session resumed and continued through the night after the building was cleared. Sources tell CBS News that Vice President Mike Pence has not spoken to President Trump since the attack on the Capitol building. Pence has also not yet responded to Democrats' calls to invoke the 25th amendment to remove Mr. Trump from office. Vice News political correspondent Liz Landers joined CBSN to give insight on what Pence may do in the coming days. A violent mob loyal to President Donald #Trump stormed the #US Capitol on Wednesday and forced lawmakers into hiding, in a stunning attempt to overturn America's presidential election, undercut the nation's democracy and keep Democrat Joe Biden from replacing Trump in the White House. Who are these Trump #supporters?