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'We had the wrong plan' -Former House security chief

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'We had the wrong plan' -Former House security chief

'We had the wrong plan' -Former House security chief

The U.S. House of Representatives' former top security official on Tuesday denied authorities had rejected stationing National Guard forces at the Capitol last month ahead of a rally by Donald Trump's supporters out of concerns that it might look bad.


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