CBC News: The National Special Edition | U.S. Capitol Under Siege | Jan. 6, 2021
Angry supporters of U.S. President Donald Trump stormed the Capitol as Congress was preparing to certify Joe Biden’s presidential win. Protesters made their way into the building, tear gas was fired and at least one civilian was shot and injured. Washington has been put on lockdown and the National Guard was brought in to try and disperse the crowds.
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00:00 U.S. Capitol Under Siege: Special Edition 01:56 Pro-Trump mob storms U.S. Capitol 10:19 Will riots on Capitol Hill change U.S. politics? 12:37 Democrats gain control of Senate with Georgia wins 14:57 Trudeau responds to siege of U.S. Capitol 15:36 COVID-19 pandemic in Canada 16:05 Quebec imposes COVID-19 curfew, 4-week lockdown 19:04 National Guard called in to secure Capitol building 19:20 Lone security guard confronted by rioters 19:45 What it was like inside the Capitol during siege 23:35 Washington mayor imposes 6 p.m. curfew 23:53 Police say 4 dead following riots 24:07 How the siege on the U.S. Capitol unfolded 27:50 Riots raise questions about security on Capitol Hill 30:12 Trump reiterates false election claims 30:43 What happens to Trumpism after Trump? 39:10 Trump supports vandalize media equipment 39:55 The scene after curfew in Washington 42:24 The Moment: A look back on a volatile day
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