Breaking down the White House strategy to end domestic terrorism

Nearly six months after pro-Trump rioters overwhelmed the U.S. Capitol, the White House on Tuesday published its framework for how it intends to combat one of the most pressing national security threats — domestic terrorism. Amna Nawaz examines the strategy and its consequences with Mary McCord, who previously served as the top national security official in the Justice Department.

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