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Republicans and Democrats share firsthand accounts as pro-Trump supports stormed the U.S. Capitol. USA TODAY

The Federal Aviation Administration has adopted a stricter unruly flyer policy the week after a riot by supporters of President Donald Trump on  and incidents on multiple airlines on the way to and from Washington.

The FAA shared the news in a Wednesday.

“FAA Administrator Steve Dickson signed an order directing the agency to take strong action against any passenger who disrupts or threatens the safety of a flight, with penalties ranging from fines to jail time. No warnings!” the FAA wrote, linking to the .

FAA Administrator Steve Dickson signed an order directing the agency

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