After Trump threatened that Republicans will not vote in future elections if “we don’t solve” his false claims of election fraud, CNN’s Jim Acosta says Trump told us years ago he would eventually turn on the GOP.
CNN’s Jim Acosta talks to Capitol police Sgt. Aquilino Gonell, who was beaten with a flagpole defending the Capitol during the January 6 insurrection, about a recent Republican rally where attendees pledged allegiance to a flag flown at Trump’s January 6 rally.
CNN’s Anderson Cooper talks with former FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe, who has settled a lawsuit with the Justice Department and regained his pension and ability to officially retire after being fired by Trump-era Attorney General Jeff Sessions.
US Capitol Police took into custody a suspect from a “suspicious vehicle” parked near the Supreme Court after giving the person commands and using a flash bang device. Capitol police describe the situation as an ongoing investigation.
Capitol Police say 49-year-old Floyd Ray Roseberry drove a truck onto the sidewalk near the Library of Congress, claiming to have a bomb before eventually surrendering. CNN’s Ryan Nobles reports how the chaotic hours-long standoff unfolded.
US Capitol Police have identified 49-year-old Floyd Ray Roseberry as the suspect who claimed to have an explosive device near the Capitol. Roseberry has surrendered to authorities. CNN’s Whitney Wild reports.