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CNN has hired Micheal Fanone, the former Washington, D.C. Metro police officer who was assaulted during the Jan. 6 attack on the U.S. Capitol and testified before Congress about his experience that day.
Fanone will join the network as a law enforcement analyst, the outlet announced on Monday, and was welcomed by host Don Lemon on his nightly primetime show.
The article goes on to state the following:
Fanone, who suffered a heart attack during the Jan. 6 attack, was previously a contributor to CNN and has appeared regularly on the network in recent months to speak about his experience during the ordeal.
“Clearly there are some members of our department who feel their oath is to Donald Trump and not to the Constitution,” Fanone said when he resigned from the Metro Police last month.
During an appearance on CNN last spring, Fanone said, “Some of the terminology that was used, like ‘hugs and kisses’ and ‘very fine people,’ is very different from what I experienced and what my co-workers experienced on the 6th. I think it’s dangerous. It is very much not the experience I had on the 6th. I experienced a group of individuals who were trying to kill me to accomplish their goal.”
Officer Michael Fanone tells @donlemon it’s been very difficult to see elected officials whitewash what happened on Jan. 6.
He was stun-gunned several times and beaten with a flagpole during the Capitol attack.
Watch part 1 of his first in-depth interview: pic.twitter.com/4LzuJcfztl
— Don Lemon Tonight (@DonLemonTonight) April 28, 2021
— The Hill (@thehill) January 4, 2022
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