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Radio host Alex Jones pleads the Fifth ‘almost 100 times’ in Jan. 6 deposition

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The House committee investigating the January 6 Capitol riot has interviewed controversial radio host Alex Jones, who told his listeners that he exercised his Fifth Amendment right “almost 100 times” during his deposition. NBC News’ Ali Vitali explains why the committee wanted to speak with Jones and why he refused to answer their questions.