Inside Edition
Inside Edition 13 Jan 2021

Some Republicans Accused of Aiding Rioters' Siege Plan


Some within the House of Representatives have accused their Republican colleagues for aiding and abetting a mob of rioters in storming the US Capitol last week. Their accusations come as the House voted to impeach President Trump for the second time, making him the only U.S. president in history to ever be impeached twice. The resolution passed 232 to 197. Rep. Mikie Sherill, a Democrat from New Jersey, claimed in a 13-minute video that she saw lawmakers acting suspiciously the day before the riot.

Some Republicans are urging members of their own party to reject conspiracy theories and call out extremism ahead of Inauguration Day. Elizabeth Neumann, co-director of the Republican Accountability Project and former assistant secretary of counterterrorism and threat prevention at the Department of Homeland Security under the Trump administration, joins CBSN's "Red & Blue" anchor Elaine Quijano with more.
President Trump could face legal troubles for his comments prior to the attack at the U.S. Capitol that led to five deaths. Some Republicans are defending him, citing a Supreme Court case that involved a KKK leader. Harvard Law School professor Alan Jenkins joined CBSN to discuss the potential legal fallout for the president.

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