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Trump dismisses impeachment as 'ridiculous' and calls for 'no violence'

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In his first remarks to reporters since the riot at the Capitol, President Trump criticized Democrats for their plans to move forward with impeachment and urged his supporters not to engage in violence. NBC's Kristen Welker reports from the White House.