Republican Senators Expected to Contest Electoral College Vote As Trump Supporters Rally in Washington DC

At least 13 Republican senators and about 100 House members are expected to contest the electoral college vote count during Wednesday’s joint session of Congress. The usually routine process is shaping up to be different this year. CBS News chief congressional correspondent Nancy Cordes joined “CBSN AM” to preview what’s ahead.

Trump supporters gather in Washington to protest election results.

Trump supporters clash with police during demonstrations in Washington.

Trump supporters gather near Washington Monument ahead of rally.

Trump’s supporters gather in Washington DC for a ‘Stop the Steal’ rally in a last-ditch protest against the election result as city officials have called in the National Guard.

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A group of far-left activists carried out a protest at Sen. Josh Hawley’s Washington, DC, home over his decision to object to President-elect Joe Biden’s Electoral College victory, while his wife and baby were inside alone (New York Post).