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Audience members react as President Trump delivers remarks in January 2020 at an Evangelicals for Trump coalition launch at the King Jesus International Ministry in Miami. Tom Brenner/Reuters hide caption

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Insurrection At The Capitol: Live Updates

'How Did We Get Here?' A Call For An Evangelical Reckoning On Trump

Evangelicals, says Ed Stetzer of the Billy Graham Center at Wheaton College, should start to reckon with their own behaviors and actions that may have helped fuel the insurrection at the Capitol.

Audience members react as President Trump delivers remarks in January 2020 at an Evangelicals for Trump coalition launch at the King Jesus International Ministry in Miami. Tom Brenner/Reuters hide caption

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'How Did We Get Here?' A Call For An Evangelical Reckoning On Trump

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A box for COVID-19 vaccine storage in Aishbagh, an area in Lucknow, India, on Tuesday. India, a country of 1.4 billion people, is preparing to launch what will likely be the world's largest immunization drive to combat the coronavirus. Dheeraj Dhawan/Hindustan Times via Getty Images hide caption

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India Prepares For Massive Vaccine Drive, But Some Fear It's Moving Too Quickly

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Lisa Montgomery was executed by lethal injection early Wednesday at the federal correctional complex in Terre Haute, Ind. Attorneys for Lisa Montgomery via AP hide caption

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U.S. Executes Lisa Montgomery, The Only Woman On Federal Death Row

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A number of GOP members — including the No. 3 House Republican — have already said they will vote for impeachment. A Democrat from a Trump-voting district sees several more Republicans joining the vote to impeach. Stefani Reynolds/Getty Images hide caption

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Up To 12 House Republicans May Vote For Trump Impeachment, Democratic Lawmaker Says

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