Rioters Are Facing Consequences—Will Any Politicians? : The NPR Politics Podcast The Justice Department says hundreds will be prosecuted in connection with the Capitol siege. Republican lawmakers like Sens. Josh Hawley and Ted Cruz are also dealing with fallout from their support of President Trump's election fraud conspiracy.

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Rioters Are Facing Consequences—Will Any Politicians?

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Rioters Are Facing Consequences—Will Any Politicians?

Rioters Are Facing Consequences—Will Any Politicians?

Rioters Are Facing Consequences—Will Any Politicians?

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The Justice Department says hundreds will be prosecuted in connection with the Capitol siege. Republican lawmakers like Sens. Josh Hawley and Ted Cruz are also dealing with fallout from their support of President Trump's election fraud conspiracy that sparked the original protest.

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