President Donald Trump finally did it. His incitement of a deadly riot at the Capitol in Washington ultimately dragged America's most senior military leaders, the Joint Chiefs of Staff, into an unprecedented political crisis. Throughout his presidency, the four-star top brass have been adamant that the Pentagon wouldn't get involved in politics -- even as Trump repeatedly tried to bring it into his partisan orbit. [Source]
CNN's Anderson Cooper talks to DC National Guardsman Sgt. Jacob Kohut, who teaches music to students virtually in between guarding the US Capitol. Watch Anderson Cooper Full Circle Monday, Thursday and Friday this week at 6p E.T.