CGTN America
CGTN America 13 Jan 2021

Entry restrictions near Capitol Hill


The U.S. Capitol is under top-level security as the U.S. House is debating on the impeachment of President Trump on Wednesday. D.C. police pushed protesters away from the Capitol. Armed troops are inside the Capitol and the White House is barricaded with walls.

CNN's Brianna Keilar and Michael Warren examine the key relationships President-elect Joe Biden will need on Capitol HIll as he prepares to take office.
HAPPENING NOW: Protest outside the Capitol Hill escalates. Trump supporters clash with police. Reports of two cardiac arrests on steps of the Capitol. Due to the situation in the area, Metro announced trains are temporarily by-passing Capitol South Station.
HAPPENING NOW: People supporting President Trump start walking towards Capitol Hill. Few protesters wear masks despite the U.S. recording more than 210,000 new COVID-19 cases each day, according to Johns Hopkins University.
Former Texas Republican Congressman Will Hurd joined "Red and Blue" to discuss the violent pro-Trump protesters who stormed Capitol Hill, and what he'd like to see from his party and the president going forward.

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