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"And world of national news with Nancy Lyons dance take it away. Thanks, Carol, the leader of the right-wing oath keepers group has been sentenced to 18 years in prison for his role in the 2021 attack on the U.S. capitol and for conspiring to use force to keep Donald Trump in power after he lost the election. At tarpley is one of Stuart road's attorneys and spoke after the sentencing. We think that ultimately this is going to be about free speech. We think that we have a good appeal coming on this. We look forward to the appeal and appellate process and, you know, we stand firmly behind Stewart roads. Again, attorney Ed tarpley, the judge in the case that he believes Rhodes poses an ongoing threat to the country. Another oath keeper, Kelly maggs was sentenced today, he received 12 years. President Biden is promoting air force chief of staff general Charles Q Brown to chairman of the joint chiefs, says army general Mark milley prepares to retire. Brown is the son and grandson of military men and the president noted. He personifies along with the defense secretary Lloyd Austin, the diversity of the forces. He gained respect across every service from those who have seen him in action and have come to depend on his judgment. He gained the respect of our allies and partners around the world. Regard general Brown as a trusted partner and a top notch strategist. And while the president said he believes there will be agreement on the national debt, one senator Tommy tuberville has blocked approval of all Pentagon promotions to protest its paying for abortion travel. In Washington or Chapman Bloomberg. With the country grappling with record levels of violence in hate speech, President Biden today rolled out a national strategy to combat anti semitism, it includes increased monitoring by technical probe technology platforms and improved education. Global news 24 hours a day powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts and over a 120 countries. I'm Nancy Lyons, now back to you, Carolyn Matt. All right, Nancy, thank you so much. Well, today marks three years since the killing of George Floyd at the hands of Minneapolis police. It was an incident that was captured on a cell phone resulting in video seen by Americans stuck at home because of the pandemic. That murder and that video sparked outrage across the United States many questions and many conversations around police force inequalities and more. Bloomberg's Justin milliner has more