DETROIT – General Motors CEO Mary Barra released a statement on the riots in Washington.
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A large group of supporters for President Trump are rioting at U.S. Capitol buildings in Washington D.C. on Wednesday as lawmakers are meeting to certify an election win for Joe Biden.
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One woman has died after being shot, according to officials.
The peaceful transition of power is a cornerstone of American democracy, and regardless of politics the violence at the U.S. Capitol does not reflect who we are as a nation. It’s imperative that we come together as a country and reinforce the values and ideals that unite us.— Mary Barra (@mtbarra) January 6, 2021
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