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Miller-Idriss directs the Polarization and Extremism Research and Innovation Lab at the American University in Washington, D.C.
Professor Miller-Idriss explains how several extremist groups mobilized on January 6th with some pro-Trump supporters to incite violence at the Capitol.
She tells the I-Team she believes the Biden administration will need to approach our country's extremism issues on multiple levels because counterterrorism policing is not enough. Miller-Idriss says so many are vulnerable to persuasive online propaganda and more people need to be trained to recognize signs someone is being radicalized.
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