‘The U.S. has a far-right extremist problem,’ says national security expert

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After the siege on the U.S. Capitol, Nicholas Grossman, a national security expert and political science professor at the University of Illinois, weighs in on the potential for further violence in the United States propagated by far-right extremists and conspiracy believers.

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