Jonathan Freedland and Kenya Evelyn discuss the chaotic scenes that took place in Washington DC on Wednesday. Plus, Sam Levine on how the Democrats flipped the Senate
The outcome of the two Senate runoff elections in Georgia was meant to be the big news story of the week. Then, US democracy went into meltdown on Wednesday when a mob of rioters incited by President Trump stormed the Capitol building, leaving several people dead.
This didn’t stop Congress from certifying Joe Biden’s presidential election win, but it did ask many questions about what democracy looks like in the US. Jonathan Freedland and Kenya Evelyn dissect what happens to Trump and his supporters now. Plus, Sam Levine explains the surprising results from Georgia.
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