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Former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice said on Tuesday on ABC’s “View” that the riots at the U.S. Capitol on January 6 were “a lawful and regulated attack,” but it’s time to move on.

“I know what happened on January 6 was wrong, but I also know as a government, and as a country, we need to worry about things that are making life difficult for Americans and American families,” said Republican and political Rice. said the Stanford University professor.

Since January, federal prosecutors have charged more than 600 people in more than 40 states with involvement in the uprising, and arrests continue almost daily. The House committee appointed to investigate the event will also investigate whether allegations of election fraud by Trump and his allies led to an attack on the Capitol.

Senate minority leader Mitch McConnell, speaking on the committee’s investigation, told reporters Tuesday that lawmakers should “talk about the future, not the past,” The Washington Post reported. Rice agreed with McConnell and said it was time to focus on his needs. American families.

“I believe Americans are now worried about what we call‘ kitchen table problems ’- gasoline prices, inflation, what’s going on with kids at school,” Rice told The Watch.

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Sunny Hostin, the host of Channel TV, said that if the January 6 incident is not investigated, it could happen again.

“I think Mitch McConnell’s statement‘ Let’s move on ’is particularly politically expedient, especially when he likes to attack former President Mitch McConnell, who has been impeached twice,” Hostin said. “But the problem is that if we don’t know exactly what happened on January 6, the past will turn into a prologue.”

“We’ll find out what happened,” Rice Hosting, who served as secretary of state in the George W. Bush administration from 2005 to 2009, said.

That same night, lawmakers approved the election, giving Rice “new confidence in our institutions and the people who protect them.” While he praised those legislators, he added that it was time to take over the new generation.

“I want to see the next generation of leadership grow,” he said. “I want those who are there to step back and move to a better America.”

Follow Gabriela Miranda on Twitter: @itsgabbymiranda

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