Hours before a violent mob stormed the Capitol on Wednesday, Rudy Giuliani stood before a crowd in front of the White House. Standing next to John Eastman, a law professor who has helped file several of Trump’s failed lawsuits attempting to overturn the election, Giuliani repeated his false claims that “criminals” stole the election from Trump, invoking conspiracy theories about stolen ballots and voting machines.

“Let’s have trial by combat!” Giuliani yelled. The crowd cheered.

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