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Law enforcement officials say the gunman who killed seven people and injured dozens more at a July 4 parade in Highland Park, Illinois considered carrying out another attack in Madison, Wisconsin. He will remain in jail without bond after prosecutors say he admitted to investigators he fired into the crowd Monday morning. Greg and Dana Ring were at the Independence Day celebration when the gunfire erupted and came across a toddler, Aiden McCarthy, as they were trying to find a safe place. They helped reunite him with his grandparents and it was later revealed the two-year-old’s parents had tragically died. The Rings join AC360 to describe the chaotic scene and how they helped find Aiden’s family.
Plus, former Trump White House Counsel Pat Cipollone has reached a deal to give a transcribed interview to January 6 committee. Former Nixon White House Counsel John Dean tells Anderson Cooper what he thinks are the most important questions Cipollone needs to answer.