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Taxpayers will foot the bill for damage caused to the US Capitol from Wednesday’s violent mob attack because the site isn’t covered by insurance, industry sources told Reuters.
It’s unknown how much it cost to clean and repair damage to the building in Washington, DC, which was vandalized during the attack after being stormed by pro-Trump rioters. The mobs littered the Capitol with broken glass, banners, and used cigarettes. Furniture and walls were left covered in blood, graffiti, and pepper spray.
Federal agencies aren’t usually covered by insurance, but it’s likely that the Architect of details ⇒
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