U.S. President Joe Biden pays tribute to fallen police | 7NEWS

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U.S. President Joe Biden has praised Washington DC police, telling them they saved democracy during attacks on the Capitol building. As the President spoke, police in Texas were dealing with an unfolding tragedy.

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