Two members of the National Guard have reportedly been removed from Inauguration Day security over ties to far-right militias. There was no plot found against President-elect Joe Biden, but the two guard members were removed over their connections to the unnamed militias, according to a U.S. Army official and a senior U.S. intelligence official. The move comes after militia groups and other President Trump supporters attacked the Capitol earlier this month, and as federal law enforcement takes unprecedented steps to secure the Wednesday inauguration of Biden. Thousands of National Guard members have been filing into the Capitol Hill area over the past week. The National Guard Bureau and Secret Service did not comment on the reported removals.

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