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Security officials say they did not see Jan. 5 FBI threat report

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During the Senate hearing on the January 6 Capitol riot, Capitol Police Chief Steven Sund testified that neither he nor any law enforcement leaders received an FBI report on January 5 detailing possible violence at the Capitol. NBCs’ Pete Williams reports.