Capitol riot investigation praises Pence after hearing he was targeted by Trump | The World

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The investigation into the Washington DC Capitol riots has been told former Vice-President Mike Pence was targeted after Donald Trump encouraged protesters to turn on him. The inquiry also heard Mr Trump pressured his VP to overturn his election loss despite being told repeatedly he couldn’t. Kristin Kanthak from the University of Pittsburgh tells The World the investigation has revealed what a perilous situation Mike Pence was in.

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