Former President Trump ‘not above the law’: Capitol Police officer Harry Dunn | ABCNL

Former president trump 'not above the law': capitol police officer harry dunn | abcnl

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ABC News’ Linsey Davis spoke to Capitol Police officer Harry Dunn about the final scheduled hearing of the Jan. 6 committee and its referral of criminal charges for former President Donald Trump.

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