Capitol Tour Given By Republican On Eve Of Insurrection Investigated
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The January 6 Committee wants to know the purpose of a tour Republican Congressman Barry Loudermilk gave the day before pro-Trump rioters stormed the Capitol, and says there’s evidence that directly contradicts previous claims by Republicans that they were "no tours, no large groups. No one with MAGA hats on in the Capitol before January 6". Votes are still being counted in Pennsylvania where the GOP Senate primary could be headed for a recount, with Trump-endorsed Mehmet Oz holding a razor-thin lead over Dave McCormick. Plus, a Buffalo mass shooting survivor shares her story, a confirmed case of monkeypox is identified in Massachusetts, and some Texas border communities warn of a migrant surge if the “Title 42” restriction is lifted by the Biden administration. To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit
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