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Audio reveals McCarthy worried Republicans would incite violence

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Newly released audio files reveal that House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy was concerned about rhetoric by members of the Republican Party in the days following the riot at the Capitol and that it might incite more violence. “I do not want to look back and think we caused something, or we missed something and someone got hurt,” he says in the recordings obtained by The New York Times.