Divisive politics is tearing families apart as Donald Trump’s impeachment trial gets underway | 7.30

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The Reffitt family had been expecting a visit from police, but they did not think heavily armed officers would almost break down their door. Jackson Reffitt had tipped off the authorities that his father had been at the Capitol riot.

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