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The January 6 Attack On The U.S. Capitol, One Year Later

 A large group of police arrive on a bus at the Capitol, Thursday, Jan. 6, 2022, in Washington. President Joe Biden and members of Congress are solemnly marking the first anniversary of the Jan. 6 U.S. Capitol insurrection. Lawmakers are holding events Thursday to reflect on the violent attack by supporters of then-President Donald Trump. The ceremonies will be widely attended by Democrats, but almost every Republican on Capitol Hill will be absent.
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A large group of police arrive on a bus at the Capitol, Thursday, Jan. 6, 2022, in Washington. President Joe Biden and members of Congress are solemnly marking the first anniversary of the Jan. 6 U.S. Capitol insurrection. Lawmakers are holding events Thursday to reflect on the violent attack by supporters of then-President Donald Trump. The ceremonies will be widely attended by Democrats, but almost every Republican on Capitol Hill will be absent.

President Biden, in an address this morning on the anniversary of the January 6 attack on the U.S. Capitol, warned that democracy is at risk.

His speech kicked off a day of commemoration. One year ago, thousands of pro-Trump supporters breached the Capitol in a failed attempt to stop the vote certifying Joe Biden as the 46th president.

Today on All Sides with Ann Fisher, Political journalist Ken Rudin is back to talk about January 6th, COVID, and the midterm elections.

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