Top Republicans mark January 6 with silence and deviation
NEW YORK (AP) – Oh, how things have changed.
Just over a year ago, scores of Republicans joined Democrats in reacting with horror to the Capitol uprising, denouncing both rioting violence and former President Donald Trump’s role in stoking the outrage that fueled their actions with lies about a “stolen”. election.
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