The racist slurs hurled at Harry Dunn, a Capitol Police officer, during the Jan. 6 riot were cited as evidence in the second impeachment trial of Donald Trump. He spoke to The New York Times about the bigotry and trauma he experienced.
@ABC NEWS EXCLUSIVE: Capitol Police Officer Harry Dunn is speaking publicly for the first time after the deadly attack on the Capitol, with the 13-year veteran describing the racial slurs he was called and asking “Is this America?”. @PierreTABC reports.
“IS THIS AMERICA? THEY BEAT POLICE OFFICERS WITH BLUE LIVES MATTER FLAGS. THEY FOUGHT US. THEY HAD CONFEDERATE FLAGS IN THE US CAPITOL. THEY STORMED THE SPEAKER'S OFFICE..THEY WERE TRYING TO ASSASSINATE THE VICE PRESIDENT, IN THE CAPITOL.” Capitol Police Officer Harry Dunn to ABC
"It's jarring you can look in his eyes and tell that he is still processing it all," @PierreTABC says about his interview with Capitol police officer Harry Dunn who spoke about his experience protecting the Capitol on January 6th in an @ABC exclusive.