For years American adversaries argued democracy is too messy to be trusted, and Wednesday’s events gave them new ammunition. But while many U.S. allies lauded that democracy has prevailed after Joe Biden was certified as the next president, some were worried about the fragility of freedom. Nick Schifrin reports on reactions to the Capitol attack from around the globe.
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