Texas official: police could have stopped Uvalde gunman in three minutes

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Texas official: police could have stopped Uvalde gunman in three minutes

Uvalde school police chief Pete Arredondo is placed on administrative leave, with the Texas Department of Public Safety’s Director saying police could have stopped the gunman in three minutes, not the 77 it tragically took. That, as Uvalde City Council unanimously votes to deny Arredondo a leave of absence from its future meetings. Uvalde resident Kim Hammond was at the meeting where the vote was taken and tells Don how she pushed for council members to “Do the right thing”. The DOJ expands its investigation into Trump’s fake elector scheme, issuing subpoenas to Republicans across the country and the House Select Committee is forced to change its public hearing plans following a “deluge of new evidence”, including the trailer for “Unprecedented”, a documentary about the Trump family leading up to and also immediately following the former president’s election loss. Plus, Biden calls for a 3-month gas tax holiday, and the NFL commissioner testifies to Congress on the “Toxic workplace “ at the Washington Commanders team. To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit cnn.com/privacy
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