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The Department of Homeland Security has issued a new warning of potential violence leading up the 2024 presidential election, saying faith-based institutions and minority communities could be targeted. NBC News’ Julia Ainsley explains what led to the DHS’ warning of possible violence and how the agency is working to protect those who could be targeted.