Keilar: Police admit Trump’s ‘tear gas’ lie didn’t pass the smell test

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CNN’s Brianna Keilar rolls the tape one year after peaceful protesters in Washington, DC, were tear gassed so former President Trump could walk to a church and display a Bible. Police recently admitted through an attorney that law enforcement used tear gas against the protesters.

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