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WATCH LIVE: The U.S. Capitol on first anniversary of the January 6

President Biden will speak Thursday to mark the one year anniversary of the Capitol attack.
The White House says he’ll speak the “truth” about what happened, blaming former President Trump for the “chaos and carnage.”
However, Biden is not expected to invoke the former president’s name.
The violence unfolded on live TV as millions watched a mob storm the building, crashing through doors and windows as Congress was certifying election results.
Meanwhile, security is tight at the capitol today.
Capitol Police Chief Thomas Manger says his department is “absolutely” better prepared to defend the Capitol than it was last year.
Manger outlined numerous changes to security during a Senate hearing. That includes a boost in manpower, intelligence gathering, training and equipment.