What’s the state of US national security in the aftermath of the Capitol breach? 

On Wednesday, impeachment proceedings continue. House prosecutors made their case against former President Donald Trump for “incitement of insurrection.” In the Capitol building halls, where the trial is taking place, as well as outside the building, on the streets of Washington, DC — security is on high alert. There are more police and National Guard on hand, and less access to the Capitol building and other key areas. But how long will this continue? And how did the Capitol breach change the state of US national security? Host Marco Werman talks with retired Navy admiral and former NATO Supreme Allied Commander James Stavridis.

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