Rep. Schiff: I Have 'Profound Concerns' Over Safety Of Congress Members
Rep. Adam Schiff (D-CA) says he has mixed feelings over his Republican colleagues who advised him to stay out of sight during the Capitol invasion. Schiff tells Lawrence O'Donnell their concern was appreciated, but also recognized his "safety was in peril because they joined the president in telling big lies about me for the last four years." Aired on 01/14/2021.
NBC News' Ali Velshi reports from Washington, D.C. where seven feet of fence topped with razor wire have been put up around the Capitol as security concerns soar ahead of President-elect Joe Biden's inauguration. Aired on 01/18/2021. "After the sordid caliber of nominees that this Republican majority confirmed over the last 4 years -- it will be impossible, impossible to take these complaints about Biden's nominees very seriously."
Sen. Chuck Schumer slammed Senate Republicans over criticism of President-elect Joe Biden's nominees for multiple Cabinet positions. The director of the Vendée Globe sailing race described the overnight rescue of French skipper Kevin Escoffier at sea. Speaking from Downing Street, Prime Minister Boris Johnson said 1.1million people - 1.3million across the UK - have received the first dose of the COVID vaccine.
And he said that within two to three weeks, one in four people in the most vulnerable groups will have a "significant degree of immunity".
Next week seven vaccination centres will open in sports stadiums and exhibition centres.