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Pence will replace Trump at inauguration (Full show)

At least five people, including a Capitol police officer, have died of injuries sustained during the shocking confrontation between “Stop the Steal” activists and law enforcement at the US Capitol on Wednesday, when rubber bullets and tear gas were deployed in the halls of Congress. RT America's Faran Fronczak reports details about the deceased after RT America's John Huddy examines the legal challenges awaiting the protesters who stormed Congress.

Then RT's Murad Gazdiev examines the double-standards of US elites who celebrate regime change abroad and undermine legitimate governments but bemoan Wednesday's events.

Observers are quick to compare and contrast the unprecedented clash at the US Capitol on Wednesday with the destructive civil unrest sometimes erupting from the Black Lives Matter Movement. Former US diplomat Jim Jatras, “Watching the Hawks” co-host Ameshia Cross and comedian Lee Camp of “Redacted Tonight” weigh in on the News with Rick Sanchez.

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