D.C. police officer who defended Capitol says he felt “abandoned” after January 6 insurrection

D.C. police officer Michael Fanone suffered a heart attack and a brain injury from defending the U.S. Capitol against pro-Trump rioters on January 6. Only on “CBS This Morning,” Kris Van Cleave speaks with Fanone, Republican Representative Adam Kinzinger and Democratic Representative Eric Swalwell about the need for a 9/11-style commission to investigate the insurrection.

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