'A Dagger At The Throat Of Democracy': President Biden Decries Election Lies : The NPR Politics Podcast In a speech from the Capitol one year after the building was attacked, President Biden warned that the United States could become a nation that "accepts political violence as a norm" and allows "partisan election officials to overturn the legally expressed will of the people" if Donald Trump's supporters in the Republican party continue to bolster his election lies.

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'A Dagger At The Throat Of Democracy': President Biden Decries Election Lies

'A Dagger At The Throat Of Democracy': President Biden Decries Election Lies

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In a speech from the Capitol one year after the building was attacked, President Biden warned that the United States could become a nation that "accepts political violence as a norm" and allows "partisan election officials to overturn the legally expressed will of the people" if Donald Trump's supporters in the Republican party continue to bolster his election lies.

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