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    (CBS4) — Republican U.S. Rep. Lauren Boebert (CO-03) said she would vote against impeaching President Donald Trump on Wednesday. On the House floor, Rep. Boebert said, in part: “Glory to God. Madam Speaker, I rise today to oppose this impeachment and denounce the recent violence on the Capitol, just as I oppose the previous impeachment. “And the violence we’ve all witnessed all summer long across our great country. Make no mistake here, the hypocrisy of the left is on full display.” Boebert quoted unsourced members of the opposition as calling for people to “take Trump out tonight,” and criticized a Representative from New York for defending looters. (credit: CBS) “Where’s the accountability for the left after encouraging and normalizing violence?” Boebert asked. “Rather than actually helping American people in this time, we start impeachments that further divide our country.” “I call bullcrap when I hear the Democrats demanding unity,” Boebert...
    Donald Trump 'willfully made statements that, in context, encouraged — and foreseeably resulted in — lawless action at the Capitol.' Donald Trump on Wednesday became the only president in U.S. history to be impeached twice, and now has the distinction of having been the subject of half of all of the presidential impeachments that have taken place since the birth of the republic. The House of Representatives impeached Trump on one article, namely: "In his conduct while President of the United States—and in violation of his constitutional oath faithfully to execute the office of President of the United States and, to the best of his ability, preserve, protect, and defend the Constitution of the United States, and in violation of his constitutional duty to take care that the laws be faithfully executed—Donald John Trump engaged in high Crimes and Misdemeanors...
    What Will Happen on Season 2 of The Wilds? Here Are Our Top 10 Theories U.S. stock indexes cling to slight gains ahead of historic impeachment vote in Washington Forward Press podcast: Golfs reaction to President Donald Trump, Justin Thomas homophobic slur Welcome to episode 76 of Forward Press, a weekly podcast from your friends at Golfweek. © Provided by Golfweek In this edition of Forward Press, Golfweek’s David Dusek chats with Adam Schupak about golf’s relationship with President Donald Trump, where the 2022 PGA Championship will likely be played, how the public view of Justin Thomas could change after his poor word choice at Kapalua and more. You can download the Forward Press podcast and listen on all of your favorite platforms, including: iTunes, Stitcher, Spotify, Castbox and Radio Public. Did you like what you heard? You can catch up on previous episodes of the Forward Press podcast here. MORE:How does a Michigander feel about the PGA...
    Loading the player... Inauguration Day is just a week away amid outgoing President Donald Trump finally conceding the 2020 election almost two months later. However, he recently announced he will not attend the ceremony of President-elect Joe Biden. The events following November’s General Election pass for the climax of an action-packed blockbuster. Trump initially refused to concede to the President-elect and launched dozens of lawsuits in the name of baseless claims of voter fraud. Then on Jan. 6 during a Washington, D.C. rally promoted by Trump to contest the certification of the Electoral College votes, hundreds of his supporters stormed the U.S. Capitol. (Photo by Theo Stroomer/Getty Images) This unprecedented record of events has left Republicans skewed. Some of the president’s most loyal supporters are denouncing his strategy to challenge the outcome of the 2020 election and incite a riot at the Capitol but his small yet fierce...
    President Donald Trump called for his supporters to remain peaceful during the transition of power during the inauguration of President-elect Joe Biden in a statement released on Wednesday. “In light of reports of more demonstrations, I urge that there must be NO violence, NO lawbreaking, and NO vandalism of any kind,” the president said in a statement to reporters that was first published by Fox News. Trump reminded his supporters that he did not stand for violent protests amid reports that there were other uprisings planned around the country. “That is not what I stand for, and it is not what America stands for,” he said. “I call on ALL Americans to help ease tensions and calm tempers.” Trump’s message was released Wednesday afternoon as the House of Representatives, led by Speaker Nancy Pelosi, moved to impeach the president on the basis that he incited the mob of his supporters...
    Eric Trump blamed businesses that cut ties with the Trump Organization after the attacks on Capitol Hill last week on “cancel culture.” “We live in the age of cancel culture, but this isn’t something that started this week. It is something that they have been doing to us and others for years,” Trump told the Associated Press (AP) in an interview on Tuesday. “If you disagree with them, if they don’t like you, they try and cancel you.” Several businesses have severed their ties with the Trump Organization since last week’s riots. President Donald Trump has been blamed for inciting the riots at the Capitol, but he has insisted he had done no wrong. New York City said it would be canceling its contracts with the Trump Organization, the PGA Championship is leaving the Trump Bedminster Golf Club for the 2022 championship, the British Open said it would not play at a...
    Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene said, 'They will be held accountable.' Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene, a Republican congresswoman from Georgia, threatened on Wednesday to hold Democrats "accountable" for impeaching Donald Trump, just days after Trump supporters stormed the U.S. Capitol. "These Democrats are the enemies to the American people who are leading the impeachment witch hunt against President Trump. AGAIN!" Greene tweeted. "They will be held accountable." On Jan. 6, thousands of supporters of Donald Trump mounted a deadly coup attempt at the Capitol building, threatening officials from both parties who supported certifying President-elect Joe Biden's 2020 election victory. Since then, lawmakers have faced numerous death threats.
    (CBS4) — Republican U.S. Rep. Lauren Boebert (CO-03) spoke in opposition to impeachment proceedings against President Donald Trump on Wednesday. On the House floor, Rep. Boebert said, in part: “Glory to God. Madam Speaker, I rise today to oppose this impeachment and denounce the recent violence on the Capitol, just as I oppose the previous impeachment. “And the violence we’ve all witnessed all summer long across our great country. Make no mistake here, the hypocrisy of the left is on full display.” Boebert quoted unsourced members of the opposition as calling for people to “take Trump out tonight,” and criticized a Representative from New York for defending looters. Representative Lauren Boebert, a Republican from Colorado, wears a protective mask during a joint session of Congress to count the Electoral College votes of the 2020 presidential election in the House Chamber in Washington, D.C., U.S., on Wednesday, Jan. 6, 2021. (credit:...
    Lindsey Graham slammed Mitch McConnell and other Republican leaders in the Senate on Wednesday as the House began debate to impeach President Donald Trump a second time. In a lengthy statement, delivered the day after Graham traveled to Texas with President Trump to visit a new section of the border wall, the senator argued: 'The last thing the country needs is an impeachment trial of a president who is leaving office in one week.' Graham, a staunch Trump ally, warned another impeachment trial 'could invite further violence' and decried Democrats for wanting to do a 'do-over impeachment.' 'The House impeachment process seeks to legitimize a snap impeachment totally void of due process. No hearings. No witnesses. It is a rushed process that, over time, will become a threat to future presidents. As to Senate leadership, I fear they are making the problem worse, not better,' he said.  Senator Lindsey Graham...
    DONALD Trump has called for "no violence, lawbreaking or vandalising" in the run-up to Joe Biden's inauguration. The president made the comments just one week after riots ensued at the Capitol. Read our Donald Trump live blog for the very latest news on the President... 1U.S. President Donald Trump speaks to the press as he departs the White House on travel to visit the U.S.-Mexico border Wall in Texas, in Washington, U.S., January 12, 2021. REUTERS/Kevin LamarqueCredit: Reuters "In light of reports of more demonstrations, I urge that there must be NO violence, NO lawbreaking and NO vandalism of any kind," Trump said. "That is not what I stand for and it is not what America stands for. "I call on ALL Americans to help ease tensions and calm tempers." Rumors have circulated about Trump supporters creating more violence on the run-up to Joe Biden's inauguration on Sunday....
    WASHINGTON (AP) — The Latest on the fallout from the attack of the U.S. Capitol by pro-Trump loyalists (all times local): 1:20 p.m. If the House impeaches President Donald Trump, a Senate trial on whether to convict him of inciting insurrection seems all but certain to have to wait until President-elect Joe Biden is inaugurated. That’s the word from a spokesman for Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell. The spokesman says aides to the Kentucky Republican have told Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer’s staff that McConnell won’t agree to invoke powers calling senators into emergency session. That means the Senate almost certainly won’t meet again until Jan. 19. That’s the day before Biden’s inauguration. The House is set to vote later Wednesday on impeaching Trump, accusing him of rallying a violent mob of supporters to attack the Capitol last week. ___ HERE’S WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT THE FALLOUT FROM...
    East Bay Rep. Eric Swalwell will serve as an impeachment manager as the House of Representatives moves Wednesday to impeach President Donald Trump for inciting last week’s deadly storming of the Capitol complex. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi named the Dublin Democrat as one of nine impeachment managers. Congressman Ted Lieu of Southern California was also selected. With Vice President Mike Pence declining to use the 25th Amendment to try to remove Trump from office, the House is expected to vote as early as Wednesday to impeach the president. It would then fall to the Senate to convict Trump. While a number of Republicans in recent days have openly called for Trump’s impeachment and Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell is reportedly quietly supportive of the idea, it was unclear Wednesday whether enough members of the GOP planned to join Democrats to secure a conviction. If the Senate found Trump guilty, lawmakers...
    (CNN)On Wednesday afternoon, the House will impeach President Donald Trump for a second time. It is known. The only real drama will be to see how many House Republicans cross the aisle to vote with Democrats to impeach the President.But once that vote happens, the real drama begins, as the House is expected to send the articles of impeachment to the Senate, where a trial will be conducted. (It's not yet clear whether the House will send the articles immediately or whether they will wait.)And it's in the Senate where Republicans will be faced with a very clear choice: Will they vote to convict Trump or, as they did in 2019, acquit him?What we know is that Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell believes that impeachment is actually a good thing for his party because it opens the possibility that the GOP can make a very public break from the outgoing...
    BOLIVIA — Preserved history: Bolivia’s President Luis Arce held a pre-Hispanic object that was presented at an archaeological museum in Tiwanaku, Tuesday. Bolivian archaeologists and government officials were presenting the findings of a recent discovery of ancient vessels unearthed in a dig on the site once home to one of the most significant pre-Hispanic empires, the Tiwanacota.Photo: Juan Karita/AP MEXICO — Last effort: An older section of the border wall divides Ciudad Juarez, Mexico from Sunland Park, New Mexico, top, on the outskirts of Ciudad Juarez, Tuesday. With eight days remaining in his term, US President Donald Trump on Tuesday visited a completed section of the border wall in Texas to trumpet his campaign against illegal immigration in an attempt to burnish his legacy.Photo: Christian Chavez/AP   PERU — Healing hands: A health worker attended a patient inside the ICU for COVID-19 at Alberto Sabogal Hospital in Callao,...
    Members of the U.S. National Guard arrive at the U.S. Capitol on January 12, 2021 in Washington, DC.Tasos Katopodis | Getty Images News | Getty Images The National Guard was called in to protect the Capitol a week after pro-Trump rioters rampaged through the building. The attack, which came during a joint session of Congress to formally certify Joe Biden's 2020 electoral victory, shook the nation and left five people dead. The House of Representatives is now proceeding with its second impeachment of President Donald Trump for inciting the insurrection. National Guard stand at attention in front of the US CapitolMembers of the National Guard gather at the U.S. Capitol as the House of Representatives prepares to begin the voting process on a resolution demanding U.S. Vice President Pence and the cabinet remove President Trump from office, in Washington, January 12, 2021.Erin Scott | ReutersNational Guards receive weaponsMembers of the...
    WASHINGTON (CBS/CNN) — The House is beginning debate Wednesday on an impeachment resolution that would make Donald Trump the first president in United States history to be impeached for a second time with a swift and bipartisan vote to condemn his role in inciting the riot at the U.S. Capitol. Pennsylvania Congresswoman Madeleine Dean is one of the nine impeachment managers. “I am honored to serve as an impeachment manager among my esteemed colleagues,” Dean said in a statement. “It is for the sake of our country, not the hate of one man or anyone, but for the love of our country and Constitution. The case is clear: it is our solemn duty to impeach Donald J. Trump. This tragedy must have consequences.” House Democrats and at least five Republicans — including the House’s No. 3 Republican — will vote in favor of the impeachment of Trump exactly one week...
    The House of Representatives started debating impeaching President Donald Trump for a second time - which would be a historic first - for inciting an insurrection just one week after the MAGA mob stormed Capitol Hill.  Trump's Republican allies did not defend Trump's behavior, but instead pitched censuring the president or launching a 9/11-style commission, more fitting punishments they argued for someone who was already leaving office.  Rep. Tom Cole, the first GOP lawmaker to speak, argued against a hasty impeachment vote 'not because of the president's inappropraite and reckless words are deserving of defense but because the presidency itself demands due process.'  Republicans also warned impeaching Trump for a second time would only make partisan hostilities worse.   'This is a reckless impeachment,' complained Republican Rep. Jason Smith of Missouri. 'This will only bring up the hate and fire more than ever before.'  Democrats described the terror of last week's...
    House Majority Leader Steny Hoyer, Democrat of Maryland, walks past members of the National Guard as he arrives at the US Capitol in Washington, DC, January 13, 2021, ahead of an expected House vote impeaching US President Donald Trump.Saul Loeb | AFP | Getty Images There's no Confederate flag there now. National Guard troops on Wednesday flanked the halls of Congress as the House of Representatives moved toward impeaching President Donald Trump for inciting a violent mob that invaded the Capitol complex a week earlier. A photographer in the morning captured a striking image of House Majority Leader Steny Hoyer, D-Md., walking past Guard members camped on the floor as he headed to a debate over the impeachment. The show of force comes after thousands of rioters rampaged through the congressional buildings, killing a Capitol police officer, beating and pepper spraying other officers, toting Confederate battle flags, carrying zip ties...
    (CNN)Here's a look at the life of Donald Trump, the 45th president of the United States.PersonalBirth date: June 14, 1946Birth place: New York, New YorkBirth name: Donald John TrumpRead MoreFather: Fred Trump, real estate developerMother: Mary (Macleod) TrumpMarriages: Melania (Knauss) Trump (January 22, 2005-present); Marla (Maples) Trump (December 1993-June 1999, divorced); Ivana (Zelnicek) Trump (1977-1990, divorced)Children: with Melania Trump: Barron, March 20, 2006; with Marla Maples: Tiffany, October 13, 1993; with Ivana Trump: Eric, 1984; Ivanka, October 30, 1981; Donald Jr., December 31, 1977Education: Attended Fordham University; University of Pennsylvania, Wharton School of Finance, B.S. in Economics, 1968Other FactsAs Trump evolved from real estate developer to reality television star, he turned his name into a brand. Licensed Trump products have included board games, steaks, cologne, vodka, furniture and menswear.He has portrayed himself in cameo appearances in movies and on television, including "Zoolander," "Sex and the City" and "Home Alone 2:...
    NEVER has an American president pardoned himself, but Donald Trump could become the first to attempt it. President Trump is facing a second impeachment and could be hit with criminal charges after he leaves office in January of 2021. 8Donald Trump has specifically asked aides about the legal implications of pardoning himselfCredit: Getty Images - Getty What is the president's pardon power? The pardon power comes from the US Constitution and is one of the broadest available to a president. The nation’s founders saw the pardon power as a way to show mercy and serve the public good. Pardons are typically given to people who have been prosecuted and can cover conduct that has not yet resulted in legal proceedings. A pardon is not reviewable by other branches of government and the president does not have to give a reason for issuing one. A pardon wipes out a criminal conviction,...
    On January 13th, Congress will begin proceedings for the impeachment of President Donald Trump, based on his incitement of the January 6th mob attack on the US Capitol. The official articles of impeachment, filed Tuesday night, charge the president with “incitement of insurrection,” based on his comments to the crowd, as well as previous calls made to election officials in Georgia that sought to alter the state’s election results. “He threatened the integrity of the democratic system, interfered with the peaceful transition of power, and imperiled a coequal branch of Government,” the articles allege. “He thereby betrayed his trust as President, to the manifest injury of the people of the United States.” National guard troops have been deployed within the Capitol building to guard against any attacks that might disrupt the proceedings. When does impeachment begin? The House of Representatives began proceedings at 9AM ET, which will include debate...
    RESOLUTION Impeaching Donald John Trump, President of the United States, for high crimes and misdemeanors. Resolved, That Donald John Trump, President of the United States, is impeached for high crimes and misdemeanors and that the following article of impeachment be exhibited to the United States Senate: Article of impeachment exhibited by the House of Representatives of the United States of America in the name of itself and of the people of the United States of America, against Donald John Trump, President of the United States of America, in maintenance and support of its impeachment against him for high crimes and misdemeanors. ARTICLE I: INCITEMENT OF INSURRECTION The Constitution provides that the House of Representatives “shall have the sole Power of Impeachment” and that the President “shall be removed from Office on Impeachment for, and Conviction of, Treason, Bribery, or other high Crimes and Misdemeanors”. Further, section 3 of...
    WASHINGTON (AP) — President Donald Trump is on the verge of being impeached for a second time in an unprecedented House vote Wednesday, a week after he encouraged a mob of loyalists to “fight like hell” against election results just before they stormed the U.S. Capitol in a deadly siege. The House chaplain opened the session with a prayer for “seizing the scales of justice from the jaws of mob-ocracy.” While Trump’s first impeachment in 2019 brought no Republican votes in the House, a small but significant number of leaders and lawmakers are breaking with the party to join Democrats, saying Trump violated his oath to protect and defend U.S. Coronavirus deaths in the U.S. hit another one-day high at over 4,300 with the country’s attention focused largely on the fallout from the deadly uprising at the Capitol. The nation’s overall death toll from COVID-19 has eclipsed 380,000, according to...
    DONALD Trump is facing a second impeachment one year after he was first impeached in 2020. Democrats in the House of Representatives will vote whether to impeach Trump for inciting a riot after the shocking scenes in the Capitol that took place on January 6. Read our Donald Trump live blog for the very latest news on the President... 7Donald TrumpCredit: EPA When was Donald Trump's first impeachment trial? Donald Trump could be facing a second impeachment, which would be the first time in history a US president has faced impeachment twice. Trump was impeached by the House of Representatives on December 18, 2019. However, the Senate acquitted Trump of the charges on February 5, 2020. 7Donald Trump was impeached by the House of Representatives on December 18, 2019Credit: EPA 7Donald Trump was acquitted by the Senate on February 5, 2020Credit: Getty Images - Getty Trump was the third US...
    Mike Dorning, Erik Wasson and Billy House | Bloomberg The U.S. House prepared to vote on a history-making second impeachment of Donald Trump as lawmakers seethed over his role inciting last week’s mob attack on the Capitol and the president’s once-firm control over the Republican party began to break down. Trump’s impeachment appeared inevitable in a vote Democrats anticipated would come Wednesday, with the resolution’s sponsors claiming broad support from Democrats and public backing from several Republicans, including Liz Cheney, the No. 3 House GOP leader and daughter of former Vice President Dick Cheney. The House is set to begin debate shortly after 9 a.m., with the vote on the impeachment resolution expected by mid-to-late afternoon, according to House Rules Chairman Jim McGovern. Under rules in place because of the coronavirus pandemic, members will vote in staggered groups on the House floor, and some by proxy, concluding before 5 p.m....
    (CNN)He might have been the best of us. He is the worst of us.The manifest tragedy of the life of Texas' junior US Sen. Ted Cruz is what he might have accomplished had he not wasted a fine intellect to serve his craven political ambitions instead of the country he professes to love. Nearly every clever phrase he has turned in public discourse appears to have been designed to disrupt, not repair, and to turn the focus to Cruz, instead of the issue at hand.James MooreThe first Hispanic American elected to the US Senate from Texas, and a graduate of Harvard Law School and Princeton University, Cruz had argued nine cases before the US Supreme Court by the time he ran for Senate -- more than any practicing Texas lawyer or member of Congress. Anyone who has authored 70 Supreme Court briefs, which Cruz did as solicitor general of Texas,...
    WASHINGTON (KDKA) – House Democrats are planning on voting today to impeach President Donald Trump. At this point, it’s possible that President Trump could become the only president in history to be impeached twice. As for Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, so far, he has made no decisions as impeachment talks continue. There are reports that his silence on the matter opens the option of supporting the move. During President Trump’s first impeachment, McConnell spoke out harshly against the Democratic Party. Locally, Congressman Conor Lamb and Senator Bob Casey have supported impeaching President Trump. As for Pennsylvania’s Republican Senator Pat Toomey, he has not signaled support of impeachment but has called on President Trump to resign and said he has “committed impeachable offenses.” Meanwhile, four Republican House members say they will join with Democrats to impeach. They include, Fred Upton of Michigan, along with the...
    Alec Baldwin reprised his Emmy-winning Saturday Night Live role as President Donald Trump to deliver a mock farewell address just a week before the real-life commander in chief bids farewell to the White House. According to Fox News, the actor and comedian teamed up with writer Kurt Andersen to present ‘Hasta la Vista, America: Trump’s Farewell Address.’ A three-minute-long teaser of the nearly 45-minute audiobook was released on Tuesday (local time) on SoundCloud. The teaser sees Baldwin putting on the voice of Trump and stating that the upcoming speech is “the most important speech” by the President. Arnold Schwarzenegger Calls US President Donald Trump A ‘Failed Leader’, Says He Will Soon Be ‘As Irrelevant As An Old Tweet’ (Watch Video) “That’s right. For a while you’re still free to say ‘Happy New Year’ like you were free on New Year’s Eve to gather together and have fantastic parties and hug...
    WASHINGTON -- President Donald Trump is on the verge of being impeached for a second time, the House planning the unprecedented vote one week after he encouraged a mob of loyalists to "fight like hell" against election results and the U.S. Capitol became the target of a deadly siege.While the first impeachment of Trump last year brought no Republican votes in the House, a small but significant number of leaders and other lawmakers are breaking with the party to join Democrats on Wednesday, unwilling to put American decency and democracy at further risk, even with days remaining in the president's term.The stunning collapse of Trump's final days in office, against alarming warnings of more violence ahead by his followers, leaves the nation at an uneasy and unfamiliar juncture before Democrat Joe Biden is inaugurated Jan. 20."If inviting a mob to insurrection against your own government is not an impeachable event,...
    DONALD Trump could be impeached today - the first time in history a US President has faced impeachment twice. Democrats moved to impeach Trump for inciting a riot after the shocking scenes in the Capitol last week. The move appears to be backed by an increasing number of Republicans are backing, including the third most senior Republican in the House of Representatives, Liz Cheney, said Mr Trump "lit the flame" of the attack. While today's vote is likely to pass the Democrat controlled House, losing it does not actually mean Trump would be removed from office. Instead it would trigger a trial in the Republican-controlled Senate where two-thirds of Senators would need to find Trump guilty to remove him from office - a largely symbolic move as the trial is unlikely to be completed before his presidency ends on January 20 anyway. Ordinarily a Republican-controlled Senate would mean Trump stands...
    HONG KONG -- YouTube has suspended U.S. President Donald Trump's channel for at least a week amid concerns over "ongoing potential for violence," making it the latest platform to limit the president's online activities.The Google-owned platform said it removed content that was uploaded on January 12 from the Donald J. Trump channel for inciting violence, although it was not immediately clear which videos in question were in violation."After careful review, and in light of concerns about the ongoing potential for violence, we removed new content uploaded to the Donald J. Trump channel and issued a strike for violating our policies for inciting violence," a YouTube spokesperson said in an emailed statement.Under the suspension, Trump's channel is temporarily prevented from uploading new videos or live streams for at least seven days, although the channel remains live, YouTube said.Comments would be indefinitely disabled on the channel, YouTube said. Under YouTube's policies, a...
    After the invasion of the Capitol in Washington, an “impeachment” procedure is about to be launched against Donald Trump. A ridiculous procedure To the United States, the Democrats accused Donald trump for inciting his supporters to the violence perpetrated on the Capitol, Wednesday January 6. They thus initiated a procedure ofimpeachment ‘ targeting the outgoing president after this invasion. Before leaving for Alamo (south of Texas), Tuesday January 12, the head of state counter-attack during a speech, reports Point.He thus considered that this procedure was “totally ridiculous“and caused”immense anger“among his supporters. In his opinion, his virulent speech just before the invasion of Congress by his supporters was”quite suitable“and that he did not wish”no violence“in a country in the grip of great tension. No chance, no risk In a speech later today, the outgoing president also assured that there was no chance that he would be removed...
    Youtube suspended the channel of Donald Trump, president of the USA., who will not be able to upload new content for the next 7 days, the time remaining for the political leader who faces similar measures in other social networks after his followers storm the Capitol. YouTube explains on its official Twitter account that the measure was taken “in light of concerns about the continued potential for violence.” Youtube measurements The measure imposed by Youtube supposes that Donald trump “temporarily unable to upload new content for a minimum of 7 days. Given current concerns, we will also indefinitely disable President Trump’s channel comments, as we have done with other channels where there are security concerns. “ Youtube detailed that, after a review, he proceeded to delete the new content uploaded to the channel of Donald trump for “violating” their policies, without going into further detail. This is the...
    Electoral interest or pure conviction? In any case, House Republicans are proclaiming loud and clear their loyalty, despite the assault on Capitol Hill on January 6 by pro-Trump demonstrators and the prospect of his “impeachment” on Wednesday for “incitement to insurrection”. And continue to support the baseless theory that he actually won the November 3 presidential election against Democrat Joe Biden. “President Trump has been the leader of this party and will continue to be a leader of the party,” Jim Jordan told . on Tuesday, leaving a parliamentary committee in this decisive week for the billionaire’s end of term. Republican, who is due to leave the White House on January 20. “Of course he will keep a great influence,” added the Republican representative from Ohio. On the verge of becoming the first president of the United States to suffer twice the infamy of an impeachment procedure, he appears...
    YouTube has temporarily blocked Donald Trump from uploading new content to his channel, becoming the latest in a long line of social media companies stopping the president from using their platforms. YouTube took the action on Tuesday night after Trump posted a video to their site which violated their policies. It was not clear what the video showed, and YouTube refused to say. Several videos were uploaded to President Trump's YouTube account earlier on Tuesday - all of them from his visit to Texas, addressing issues ranging from the border wall to law enforcement to the events of last week.  Donald Trump on Tuesday night had his YouTube channel blocked for seven days Trump, pictured returning to the White House on Tuesday night, cannot access the page They said the temporary block, lasting seven days, was as a result of the 'first strike'. If a channel receives a...
    SAN BRUNO (KPIX) – Add YouTube to the growing list of online social media outlets that have suspended President Donald Trump. The San Bruno-based video-sharing website is the latest platform to ban President Trump. YouTube announced Wednesday night it was shutting down Donald J. Trump’s official channel for at least a week, citing ongoing concerns about potential violence. Google is the parent company of YouTube. After the deadly January 6 attack on Capitol Hill as Congress met to tally each state’s electoral votes and confirm President-elect Joe Biden and Vice-president elect Kamala Harris as the winners, other platforms including Twitter, Facebook, and Google have announced similar bans on President Trump’s accounts.
    (CNN Business)YouTube is suspending President Donald Trump's channel for at least one week, and potentially longer, after his channel earned a strike under the platform's policies, the company said Tuesday evening.A recent video on Trump's channel had incited violence, YouTube told CNN Business. That video has now been removed.YouTube declined to share details of the video that earned Trump the strike, but said that after the one-week timeout, it will revisit the decision.Until now, YouTube had been the only remaining major social media platform not to have suspended Trump in some fashion. Facebook has suspended Trump's account "indefinitely," while Twitter has banned Trump completely."After careful review, and in light of concerns about the ongoing potential for violence, we removed new content uploaded to the Donald J. Trump channel and issued a strike for violating our policies for inciting violence," a YouTube spokesperson said in a statement. "As a result, in...
    Geraldo Rivera said he is breaking from “loyal friend” Donald Trump, claiming that the loss in the 2020 presidential race made him crazy and supporting his potential impeachment. The television personality and longtime supporter of Trump spoke out on Twitter as Congress was prepared to move forward with what would be a historic second impeachment, just days after hundreds of his supporters attacked the U.S. Capitol. Trump has been blamed for the attack, which came after he delivered an incendiary speech in which he implored his supporters to fight back against the certification of Joe Biden’s victory and told them he would march with them from a space near the Capitol. Though Trump returned to the White House to reportedly watch in excitement, many in the crowd did heed his advice and moved to the Capitol, surrounding the building and many of them breaking in. A total of five people...
    Pennsylvania Congresswoman Madeleine Dean was named one of the managers of President Donald Trump's impeachment trial. The nine managers would be responsible for prosecuting Trump, and proving he should be removed from office after he incited the violent attack of the U.S. Capitol last Wednesday, House Speak Nancy Pelosi said. “Tonight, I have the solemn privilege of naming the Managers of the impeachment trial of Donald Trump,” Pelosi Tuesday night.  “It is their constitutional and patriotic duty to present the case for the President’s impeachment and removal. They will do so guided by their great love of country, determination to protect our democracy and loyalty to our oath to the Constitution.  "Our Managers will honor their duty to defend democracy For The People with great solemnity, prayerfulness and urgency.” The other eight managers are Rep. Jamie Raskin, Rep. Diana DeGette, Rep. David Cicilline, Rep. Joaquin Castro, Rep. Eric Swalwell, Rep. Ted Lieu,...
    PRESIDENT Donald Trump could be facing a second impeachment trial in light of the Capitol riots on January 6. Democratic congresswoman Ilhan Omar drew up articles of impeachment against the President after the Capitol riot unfolded, killing five and injuring at least 60 more. 7US President Donald Trump looks on during a ceremony presenting the Presidential Medal of FreedomCredit: AFP or licensors What is impeachment and how does it work? According to the US Constitution, impeachment is the tool Congress uses to punish serious misconduct from the president. The misconduct can be categorized as treason or bribery, or it can be defined as “other high Crimes and Misdemeanors.” The House of Representatives can vote to impeach a president with a simple majority. The Senate will then hold a trial which ends on a vote of a verdict.. It takes two-thirds of the Senate, a supermajority, to convict the president. If convicted, the president...
    Six House Republicans introduced a resolution Tuesday to censure President Donald Trump for trying to prevent the certification of the 2020 elections and allegedly incite rioters last week. Reps. Tom Reed (R-NY), Young Kim (R-CA), Fred Upton (R-MI), John Curtis (R-UT), Peter Meijer (R-MI), and Brian Fitzpatrick (R-PA) introduced a resolution in their attempt to hold the president accountable and try to calm the nation after the riots emerged while Congress certified the 2020 election results. The House Republicans introduced the resolution as the House prepared to vote on a resolution calling on Vice President Mike Pence to invoke the 25th Amendment to remove Trump from office. The House will vote later this week on Articles of Impeachment in another attempt to remove Trump. Both measures will fail, as Pence will not move to invoke the 25th Amendment and impeachment will likely fail in the Senate. The House Republicans said...
    Still a few years ago, few had realized that Donald Trump had a brief cameo in My Poor Little Angel 2: Lost in New York. Many noticed him either because he became famous for becoming president, or because of his sharp campaign statements. And although no one loved the idea of ​​having such a character in a beloved classic, it was not until recent events in the neighboring country that many have raised their voices to ask that the film be done good, by erasing such a controversial president digitally. Although modernity has proven to us that thanks to the magic of digital effects, some deceased or even rejuvenated actors can be brought back, then there is no reason why someone cannot be erased from the image. Such is the idea that has gotten into the heads of many Internet users on social networks (via), who consider that My...
    Vice President Mike Pence sent House Speaker Nancy Pelosi a letter saying he would not invoke the 25th Amendment to remove President Donald Trump from power as the House was taking its first votes on a resolution that urges Pence to do so.  'I do not believe that such a course of action is in the best interest of our Nation or consistent with the Constitution,' Pence said of the Democrat-led effort. 'Last week, I did not yield to pressure to exert beyond my constitutional authority to determine the outcome of the election, and I will not now yield to efforts in the House of Representatives to play political games at a time so serious in the life of our Nation.'  Pence's letter came as the House was voting to begin debate on the 25th Amendment resolution, which can't actually force the vice president's hand.   Vice President Mike Pence...
    NEW YORK (WABC) -- As we get closer to Inauguration Day, Eyewitness News will have a special election edition of "The Countdown" to get you caught up with all of the day's political and campaign news.You can watch it online, on the ABC7NY app or on our Connected TV apps for Fire, Roku, Apple TV and Android TV. Click here to learn more.Tuesday, Jan. 12House Republicans Liz Cheney, John Katko say they will back impeachment of TrumpRepublican Rep. Liz Cheney says she will vote to impeach President Donald Trump. The Wyoming congresswoman, the No. 3 Republican in the House, said in a statement late Tuesday that Trump "summoned" the mob that attacked the Capitol last week, "assembled the mob, and lit the flame of this attack." She says, "Everything that followed was his doing."Cheney's comments came after Rep. John Katko of New York became the first House Republican to back...
    Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-NY) on Tuesday held a press conference where he insisted that President “Donald Trump should not hold office one day longer,” blaming his rhetoric for the riots that occurred at the U.S. Capitol. According to Schumer, President Trump’s recent comments show “how despicable a president he is.” “[Trump] blamed the violence that he helped cause on others,” Schumer claimed. “He blamed the divisiveness that he regularly causes on others. He blamed so much on others.” Schumer continued and claimed when Trump chooses to “blame others for what he caused is a pathological technique used by the worst of dictators. Trump causes the anger, he causes the divisiveness, he foments the violence, and blames others for it. That is despicable.” “The technique Trump is using is used by the worst dictators the globe has ever seen,” Schumer said. “Donald Trump should not hold office one day...
    President Donald Trump warned President-elect Joe Biden Tuesday that the Democrat push to invoke the 25th Amendment would backfire. “The 25th Amendment is of zero risk to me but will come back to haunt Joe Biden and the Biden administration,” Trump said. “As the expression goes, be careful what you wish for.” Pelosi and House Democrats plan to vote on a resolution Tuesday calling for Vice President Mike Pence to invoke the 25th Amendment to remove President Trump from power after a group of his supporters stormed Capitol Hill to disrupt the proceedings to certify President-elect Joe Biden as the winner of the 2020 election. Trump spoke about their effort while visiting the Southern border in Texas to highlight the 450th mile of border wall structures. He frequently claimed during the presidential campaign that Democrats would use the 25th Amendment to replace Biden with Sen. Kamala Harris. “Crazy Nancy Pelosi is...
    President Donald Trump warned that caravans of migrants were already mobilizing to cross the Southern border under President-elect Joe Biden’s presidency. “They’re coming because they think that it’s gravy train at the end. It’s going to be a gravy train,” Trump said, adding, “That’s what they’re looking for. They’re looking for the gravy.” The president spoke at an event in Texas marking the 450th mile of the border wall on the Southern border. The president warned that if Biden loosened his tough restrictions on migrants, the United States could expect smugglers and coyotes to surge a flood of migrants and criminals across the border. “They’re literally waiting,” Trump said. “Big big groups of people. Some of them very unsavory, I might add.” Trump said that the tragedy that would inevitably follow was “totally preventable.” “The safety of our nation must come before politics,” Trump said. “We have many disagreements in...
    Sen. Lindsey Graham jumped back on the Trump plane Tuesday as he accompanied President Donald Trump on Air Force One to the border wall in Texas.   The trip comes after Graham broke with the president on Wednesday, refusing to join a Trump-backed effort to contest Electoral College counts as the vote was being certified by Congress in the hours after the MAGA riot.  'All I can say is count me out, enough is enough,' Graham told his Senate colleagues then. 'When it's over it is over.'    Sen. Lindsey Graham (left) was back at President Donald Trump's (right) side as the president traveled to Texas for an event at his border wall  On Wednesday, Graham explained that he would not be backing an effort to challenge Electoral College votes, whch Trump was pushing as a way to prolong his election loss  Graham (third from right) said more recently...
    New York : Senate Leader Mitch McConnell. Photo: Alex Wong / . Senate Republican Leader Mitch McConnell would agree to the impeachment process against Donald Trump that Democratic congressmen plan to vote on Wednesday. According to the New York Times, the Kentucky senator believes that the outgoing president of the United States committed crimes to bring him to trial. The New York newspaper adds that McConnell would suggest that kick Trump out of the Republican Party. The information also indicates that the Republican congressman from California, Kevin McCarthy, one of the greatest defenders of Trump in the past, would be consulting with his colleagues to demand the resignation of the president for the events related to the assault on the Capitol on January 6. No pressure None of the Republican leaders in Senate and House of Representatives he would be pressuring other party members to...
    Mike Pompeo on Tuesday canceled his visit to Belgium as US Secretary of State, scheduled for this week, while Donald Trump is threatened by an indictment in Congress eight days before the end of his term. For a “smooth and orderly transition” Officially, the head of US diplomacy, one of the outgoing Republican president’s most loyal ministers, has decided to stay in Washington to facilitate a “smooth and orderly transition” with Democratic President-elect Joe Biden’s team, according to one. State Department press release. Mike Pompeo was to travel to Brussels on Wednesday and Thursday to meet Foreign Minister Sophie Wilmès (MR) and NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg in order, in particular, to “underline the lasting importance of the transatlantic partnership”, often pushed around by President Trump over the past four years. The trip, billed as his last abroad, was announced Monday. But it...
    President Donald Trump said he does not risk being removed from office after rooting for supporters who attacked the US Capitol last week, but warned that efforts by Democrats to topple him could backfire on the president-elect. Joe Biden. « The 25th Amendment has no risk to me, but it will come back to haunt Joe Biden and the Biden administration, » Trump said Tuesday near Alamo, Texas, referring to a constitutional amendment that establishes a process for the president’s cabinet to do so. dismiss. He did not elaborate. Democrats have called for Trump to be removed from office after last Wednesday’s riot that left five dead, including a Capitol police officer. The incident led to major social media platforms blocking him and plans in motion in the House to impeach him again. “The deception of the prosecution is a continuation of the...
    Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell is signaling support for the House Democratic impeachment effort that includes an article charging the president with 'incitement of insurrection.' Word of the powerful Republican's posture came Tuesday as the House prepared prepared to take up an impeachment article Wednesday – with signs that several Republicans will back it.  McConnell worked successfully to scuttle the  impeachment effort during a trial last year on different charges, and follows reports that McConnell never wants to speak to Trump again after the Capitol riots that had Trump supporters invading the Capitol, trashing leadership offices, and endangering the lives of lawmakers. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell denounced Trump's election challenge in a speech last week after a mob egged on by Trump invaded the U.S. Capitol McConnell backs the effort because it will make it easier to purge Trump from the party, the New York Times reports. One...
    AT eight days before the end of his mandate, Donald Trump ruled on Tuesday that there was no chance he would be removed from his post and called for calm during his first outing since the violence of his supporters on Capitol Hill who shook America. “The 25th Amendment poses no risk to me,” Trump said from Alamo, Texas, referring to Democrats’ call for Vice President Mike Pence to declare him unfit for office. “The time for appeasement has come for our country, the time for peace and calm,” added the American president, in a speech with a tone contrasting singularly with that, very aggressive, delivered on January 6 in front of his supporters. just before the assault on the Capitol. More isolated than ever within his own camp, Donald Trump could become the first American president to be twice indicted in Congress (“impeached”)...
    AMHERST, NH (CBS) – An Amherst, New Hampshire man has been arrested for allegedly threatening to hang members of Congress if they didn’t support President Donald Trump. Ryder Winegar, 33, was arrested Monday in Boston. A federal complaint alleges Winegar left threatening voicemails at the offices of six members of Congress in Washington D.C. According to the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the District of New Hampshire, Winegar allegedly said, “I got some advice for you. Here’s the advice, Donald Trump is your president. If you don’t get behind him, we’re going to hang you until you die.” Winegar is scheduled to appear before a federal magistrate judge on Tuesday.
    Impeachment proceedings, recourse to the 25th amendment for incapacity or… nothing? The next 24 hours will determine the fate of the outgoing president. correspondent in New York Vfour hours to depose Donald Trump, a president described as “clear and imminent danger” to American democracy. This is the ultimatum set on Tuesday by the Democratic speaker of the House of Representatives, Nancy Pelosi, for the vice-president, Mike Pence. Once this period has elapsed, Congress would initiate a new parliamentary impeachment procedure against Donald Trump, a record in the history of the United States, where no president has never been the object of this measure twice in a row, a fortiori during a single mandate.
    President Donald Trump will speak in Alamo, TX, on Tuesday at the Southern border, recognizing the 450th mile of new border wall construction. “As you know, we’ve completed the wall,” Trump said as he left the White House for his trip. “They may want to expand it. We have the expansion underway. It’s been tremendously successful, far beyond what anyone thought.” The speech is scheduled to begin at 3:00 p.m. EST.
    Fact check: Letter on riots from Nancy Pelosi to Portland Mayor Ted Wheeler is fake Howard Stern turns 67, says he’s ‘too tired’ to make America great again Professional Bank Joins Lenders in Refusing Trump’s Business (Bloomberg) -- Professional Holding Corp. said it would no longer provide banking services to U.S. President Donald Trump’s company, as it joins lenders distancing themselves from him after last week’s assault on the U.S. Capitol. © Bloomberg Donald Trump walks on the South Lawn of the White House before boarding Marine One in Washington, D.C. on Jan. 12. “Professional Bank has decided not to engage in any further business with the Trump Organization and its affiliates, and will be winding down the relationship effective immediately,” Eric Kalis, a spokesman for the Coral Gables, Florida-based company, said in an emailed statement. Kalis provided no details on the scope of Trump’s dealings with the bank....
    Health and Human Services Secretary Alex Azar twice refused to say if he believed President Donald Trump is fit for office during an interview Tuesday.  He also wouldn't divulge whether he's discussed the 25th Amendment with Vice President Mike Pence or the rest of the remaining members of Trump's cabinet.   Azar was pressed by 'Good Morning America' host George Stephanopoulos on whether the president was able to 'discharge the powers and duties of his office.'  Health and Human Services Secretary Alex Azar twice refused to say whether he believed President Donald Trump is fit for office - and wouldn't say if he's discussed the 25th Amendment with Vice President Mike Pence or fellow cabinet members  On Tuesday's 'Good Morning America,' George Stephanopoulos (left) asked Azar (right) whether the president was able to 'discharge the powers and duties of his office,' and Azar never gave a yes or no answer  ...
    First Deputy Chairman of the Russian Federation Council Committee on Foreign Affairs Vladimir Dzhabarov, a veteran KGB officer, told TASS on Tuesday that the Democratic push for impeaching Donald Trump again is motivated by fear of his political future. “This is being done with the only goal to remove Trump from the country’s political life forever because more than 70 mln Americans had voted for him, and this is a very big number of voters,” he said. “Trump had a political future and he did not hide that he was not going to leave politics. The Democrats are afraid of this. That’s why they are trying at any cost to deprive him as a political leader of any chance to return to politics.” Per CTV News, Trump faces one impeachment charge — “incitement of insurrection” — for his role in the riots at the U.S. Capitol last week. The resolution...
    Almost a week after the assault on the United States Capitol, Donald trump he sees “absolutely ridiculous” that the Democrats try to initiate another impeachment against him. Shortly before leaving for a trip to Texas, where he will visit the construction of the border wall, the still president of the United States said that this procedure initiated by the Democrats is “a continuation of the greater story witch hunt of politics “, something that is causing” tremendous anger. ” On whether he plans to resign, as requested by the Democratic opposition, Donald Trump avoided giving a direct answer. “We don’t want violence,” he said. On the words he addressed to those who hours later starred in the assault on Congress, showed no signs of remorse about it: “People thought what I said was totally appropriate.” The United States is still in shock after a crowd of Donald...
    Donald trump He has gone from being the most powerful man on the planet to being an outlaw. The assault on the Capitol, cheered hours earlier by the Republican in an incomprehensible speech, is costing the still president of the United States very dear. And the world of politics is not the only one that has censured Trump’s attitude. The PGA has decided that the 2022 edition of the PGA Championship, one of the four ‘majors’ in the world of golf, will not be played on the Trump Bedminster course, owned by Donald Trump, in response to last week’s assault on the Capitol. “The PGA of America Board of Directors voted to exercise the right to rescind the agreement to play the 2022 PGA Championship at Trump Bedminster, “said Jim Richerson, president of the American association through ‘Twitter’. The sport is also losing weight with Trump. And...
    U.S. President Donald Trump gestures as he speaks during a rally to contest the certification of the 2020 U.S. presidential election results by the U.S. Congress, in Washington, U.S, January 6, 2021.Jim Bourg | Reuters President Donald Trump on Tuesday doubled down his incendiary rhetoric that incidted the Capitol riot last week, warning that it was dangerous to the United States for him to be impeached for his conduct. Trump, who faces an expected impeachment by the House of Representatives, also claimed that "I want no violence," during brief remarks to reporters as he left the White House to travel to Texas. The president did not answer when asked if he would resign before the end of his term next week. Trump's comments were the first time that he had spoken to the media since last Wednesday, when thousands of his suppporters invaded the halls of Congress, killing a Capitol...
    Donald Trump's expected farewell speech has been mocked by his longtime spoofer Alec Baldwin who has imagined the president warning Americans they will soon be saying 'Sir, we need you back right away' after 'hundreds of thousands bad hombres show up in your suburbs and towns'.  In the speech, Trump (aka Baldwin) compares himself to George Washington with his 'big beautiful plantation' being 'very diverse like Mar-a-Lago' as he insists his farewell is 'very voluntary' after he 'decided against staying in Washington DC' just like the first president of the US.   Baldwin, who has played Trump during Saturday Night Live for the last four years, reprised his role as the president for the audiobook 'Hasta la Vista, America' which parodies the president's farewell speech to the nation. The 42-minute Pushkin Industries project, written by writer Kurt Andersen and performed by Baldwin, is a follow-up to the 2017 book 'You can't spell America...
    President Donald trump approved an emergency declaration for Washington DC and ordered federal assistance to monitor the city for possible violent demonstrations. The president answered the call of the mayor Muriel bowser, who on Monday requested the declaration in order to expand surveillance, after FBI alert of armed demonstrations in 50 states, including the capital of the country. “Specifically, FEMA is authorized to identify, mobilize and provide, at its discretion, the equipment and resources necessary to alleviate the impacts of the emergency,” the statement says. “Emergency protective measures, limited to direct federal assistance, will be provided with 100 percent federal funds.” The FBI warned that the days before the inauguration of the president-elect Joe biden Armed protests are planned, especially on January 17. “The FBI received information about an identified armed group that intended to travel to Washington, DC on January 16.”he said in a report. The agency...
    Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) argued in a tweet Monday evening that the fact that President Donald Trump has been banned from social media should alone justify removing him from office. Democrats plan to introduce articles of impeachment against Trump in the House of Representatives later this week for allegedly inciting the Capitol riot, though the Senate would not be able to hold a trial until Trump had already left office, which may be unconstitutional, according to some scholars. Sanders, the “democratic socialist” from Vermont who was President-elect Donald Trump’s main rival in the 2020 Democratic presidential primary, tweeted: “Let’s be clear. If Trump is too dangerous to send out a tweet or a Facebook post, he’s too dangerous to be commander-in-chief. Donald Trump must be removed from office immediately and held accountable for his horrific acts of sedition, violence and chaos.” Lets be clear. If Trump is too dangerous to...
    House Representatives Linda T. Sánchez (D-CA) and Joaquin Castro (D-TX) are working to ensure that President Donald Trump is never memorialized in any official manner. “I am working on a bill that would mean that nothing — not even a bench, no airport, no highway, no school, nothing — ever bear the name of this traitor,” California congresswoman Linda Sánchez told People magazine on Monday. After describing her experience during the January 6 Capitol riots, she explained that she wanted to hold people accountable, “[starting] with the President because he invited people to the Capitol, and he incited them.” Sánchez has also thrown her support behind a second impeachment: “Given that those around Trump have never stood up to him, I have a hard time believing that they will meet this moment with the, with the appropriate response,” she said. “So we have also, I have also, signed on to articles of impeachment...
    A recent Ipsos poll conducted for ABC testifies to the gravity of the situation for Donald Trump. Especially since the President of the United States is gradually abandoned by his entourage. Survey results More than a week from Joe Biden’s inauguration, Donald trump is also in the process of making itself the enemy of its fellow citizens. According to a recent Ipsos survey conducted for ABC, 56% of Americans believe the President of States should leave office before the handover scheduled for January 20. To this end, the Democratic President of the House of Representatives Nancy Pelosi said she was ready to launch rapid actions so that this departure takes place as quickly as possible. A record figure The situation is complicated for Donald trump which records a fairly high percentage in modern American history. As revealed BFMTV citing information from CNN, only 40% of Americans...
    The Democrats in the House of Representatives of the United States plan to present new articles on Monday for a Impeachment Against Republican President Donald TrumpCalling for his removal, two people familiar with the matter said Friday. The sources noted that the articles, which are formal misconduct charges, they were crafted by Democrats David Cicilline, Ted Lieu and Jamie Raskin after this week’s assault on the Capitol by Trump supporters. A copy of the measure circulating among members of Congress accuses Trump of « inciting violence against the United States government » in an attempt to reverse his loss to President-elect Joe Biden in the 2020 elections. The articles also cite Trump’s hour-long phone call with Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger, in which he asked the state election official to « find » enough votes to reverse that state’s election., which Biden won. « President Trump seriously jeopardized the security of the United States...
    A FAKE Parler post claimed Donald Trump had invoked a 200-year-old act to deploy the military and remain in power. The outrageous claim - from an account called @TeamTrumpNews - was written as if it was coming from the President himself. 4The @TeamTrumpNews account does not appear to have any links to the presidentCredit: AFP - Getty 4The Parler post has been branded bogus and its claims have been shot down The social media post came amid fears invoking the 25th Amendment could "cause a huge uprising" sparking "armed protests", according to information obtained by the FBI. The post stated: “I have invoked the Insurrection Act of 1807, to address the treasonous rebellion conducted by Democrat & Republican lawmakers, CCP agents, the FBI, DOJ, CIA & others to undermine, corrode and dismantle the United States of America and its constitution. "These entities pose a direct threat to national security....
    THE Insurrection Act is trending online, with rumours claiming Donald Trump has invoked it. It comes as the US President issued an emergency declaration for Washington D.C amid fears of violent clashes in the run-up to Joe Biden's inauguration on January 20. 1Rumours online claim Donald Trump has invoked the Insurrection ActCredit: AP:Associated Press Why is the Insurrection Act trending online? Rumours have stormed the internet claiming Donald Trump has invoked the Insurrection Act. There has been no official confirmation of this, with a Reuters fact check confirming the rumours are false. But the social media account @TeamTrumpNews falsely alleged otherwise. Posting under the guise of Trump himself, the @TeamTrumpNews account, wrote: “I have invoked the Insurrection Act of 1807, to address the treasonous rebellion conducted by Democrat & Republican lawmakers, CCP agents, the FBI, DOJ, CIA & others to undermine, corrode and dismantle the United States of...
    DONALD Trump told Kevin McCarthy he believes last week's Capitol riots are down to "ANTIFA people". He revealed in a phone call to the House Minority Leader that he thinks left-wing extremists are to blame for the violence that killed five people and left scores injured - although he does shoulder some of the blame, Sen. McCarthy said. 4Trump and McCarthy spoke during a tense 30 minute phone callCredit: AFP - Getty 4The violent scenes at the Capoitol cost five people their livesCredit: Getty Images - Getty Sen. McCarthy pushed back on Trump 's claims Hoardes of Trump supporters descended on the building Wednesday, smashing windows and brawling with police - as well as storming the senate, smearing their own poo on the building's walls and planting explosive devices at the offices of the Republican and Democratic National Committees. During the private phone call with the President, Mr McCarthy reportedly pushed back hard against...
    In a letter to his employees Monday afternoon, he mentions “recent events” as the reason for his withdrawal, Australian media still report. The resignation comes just a week before the start of Democratic President-elect Joe Biden’s tenure, and days after pro-Trump activists insurgency on Capitol Hill in Washington. Mr. Chad, who had held this post since November 2019, criticized this “tragic” invasion last week. He leaves as new threats hang over President-elect Joe Biden’s swearing-in, due in Washington on January 20. Since the scenes of violence in Congress last week, others close to the outgoing president have defected, the first being Transportation Secretary Elaine Chao.
    In the United States, the biography of Donald Trump was briefly published with this comment announcing the end of Donald Trump’s mandate. The United States is shaken The United States were greatly shaken by the invasion of the Capitol by supporters of Donald trump. The current context is very tense, because several political figures have called for his dismissal. The question of the 25th Amendment and the request for the resignation of the Head of State have also been raised recently. US diplomacy has caused a stir on social networks, the newspaper notes 20 minutes. The term has ended On the evening of Monday, January 11, the State Department website briefly posted a comment with a biography of the outgoing president. “Donald J. Trump’s mandate ended on 01/11/2021 at 7:49 p.m.“, he indicated. In addition to this announcement, the site also mentioned in a few moments,...
    New York : Ivanka Trump. Photo: . PHOTO / MANDEL NGAN (Photo credit should read MANDEL NGAN / . / .) Joe Biden’s inauguration may have featured a member of the Trump family, but a tantrum from the outgoing president prevented it. According to the Daily Mail, the president’s daughter I had planned to attend the biden takeover on January 20 as a way to save his political future. “Ivanka is concerned that her promising political career is in jeopardy and is doing everything possible to save her reputation,” the White House source told the British media. However, the heiress’s plans had to be changed by the fury of the outgoing president when he found out. The magnate also asked for unity in the family. “[Donald Trump] He said that it is an insult that she even wants to get involved...
    New York : Ivanka Trump. Photo: . PHOTO / MANDEL NGAN (Photo credit should read MANDEL NGAN / . / .) Joe Biden’s inauguration may have featured a member of the Trump family, but a tantrum from the outgoing president prevented it. According to the Daily Mail, the president’s daughter I had planned to attend the biden takeover on January 20 as a way to save his political future. “Ivanka is concerned that her promising political career is in jeopardy and is doing everything possible to save her reputation,” the White House source told the British media. However, the heiress’s plans had to be changed by the fury of the outgoing president when he found out. The magnate also asked for unity in the family. “[Donald Trump] He said that it is an insult that she even wants to get involved with the criminals who...
    Arnold Schwarzenegger, actor and former Republican governor of California, has notably called Donald Trump “the worst president” in the history of the United States. A nazi father It is in a video shared on social networks, and which has gone viral, thatArnold schwarzenegger spoke about the current situation in United States. The star in particular revealed the past half-word Nazi of his Austrian father, as noted by Europe 1 and other French media. Arnold schwarzenegger, born in Austria in 1947, compares in particular the invasion of the pro-Trump demonstrators against the Capitol to the ‘Crystal Night‘of 1938 in Germany… That night of nazis destroyed stores run by Jews. “Wednesday was the Crystal Day here at United States“, he says in remarks translated by the Ile-de-France Press, sitting at his desk. “The broken windows were those of the Capitol.” “I grew up surrounded by broken men, who drank...
    The vice president would not intend to remove the outgoing president by invoking the 25th Amendment of the US Constitution, as the Democrats want. The two men, whose first meeting since the violence on Wednesday at the Capitol, had a “good conversation”, according to the same source. According to this official, Donald Trump does not intend to resign before the end of his mandate on January 20. For his part, the vice-president does not intend to remove him from his functions by invoking the 25th amendment of the American Constitution, by declaring him, with the support of his principal ministers, unfit to exercise his function. The president and vice president “reiterated that those who broke the law and invaded the Capitol do not represent the ‘America First’ movement supported by 75 million Americans,” the official said. “They are committed to continue their work for the country until the end...
    Vice President Mike Pence and President Donald Trump met Monday to discuss the Capitol Hill riots and agreed on a few key issues, according to administration sources. A senior Trump administration official told Breitbart News that Pence and Trump met this evening in the Oval Office and had a “good conversation.” The news of the reconciliation between Trump and Pence minimizes the political impact of House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s attempt to force the vice president to invoke the 25th Amendment to remove the president. Pelosi is scheduled to hold a full house vote on Tuesday on a formal resolution asking Pence to invoke the 25th Amendment after it failed to unanimously pass on Monday, Pence and Trump had not spoken since the president repeatedly and publicly demanded that the vice president act to overturn chosen electors certified by swing states, despite questions of voting irregularities and claims of voting fraud. Before...
    Pat toomey Share on Facebook Share on twitter Share in mail Share on whatsapp “There is no good way to deal with this. It is a terrible situation in which he has put us, so it is appropriate that there are consequences,” defended Toomey, who considers Donald Trump “disqualified” in the face of a possible candidacy by 2024 because of what happened. Pennsylvania Republican Senator Pat Toomey said this Sunday that “the best thing” for the United States is for President Donald Trump to “resign and leave as soon as possible”, although he acknowledges that “it is not likely” that it will happen before 20 January, when the new head of the White House, Joe Biden, will take office. Toomey, one of the most prominent figures of the current Republican Party, has stated that after the presidential elections in November, Trump...
    For more than a decade President Donald Trump has been disseminating lies and abuse on Twitter. He claimed in 2012 that the Chinese ‘created the concept of global warming’. He asserted in 2017 that in the previous year’s presidential election he had won more votes than Hillary Clinton, though he actually received three million fewer. Trump has consistently fabricated untruths about his predecessor, Barack Obama, stoking the falsehood that the first African-American President was born abroad, and accusing him of having wire-tapped Trump Tower during the 2016 campaign. For years, as these fantasies spewed out, Twitter was happy to provide a platform for Trump. Controversial, divisive, rude, inaccurate — he was the perfect ambassador for a social networking service that thrives on sensation and confrontation, and loves nothing more than stirring up a good old spat. Outrage And now, in the dying days of his presidency, Twitter has assumed the...
    President Donald Trump declared a state of emergency for the nation’s capital Monday ahead of President-elect Joe Biden’s Jan. 20 inauguration. “President Donald J. Trump declared that an emergency exists in the District of Columbia and ordered Federal assistance to supplement the District’s response efforts due to the emergency conditions resulting from the 59th Presidential Inauguration from January 11 to January 24, 2021,” the statement reads. The action authorizes the Department of Homeland Security and Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) to coordinate “all disaster relief efforts” to help local authorities. The FBI has received reports that “armed protests” are being planned across the nation at each state capitol and the U.S. Capitol in D.C. in the days leading up to Biden’s inauguration, according to CNN. “Armed protests are being planned at all 50 state capitols from 16 January through at least 20 January, and at the US Capitol from 17...
    The committee appointed by outgoing President Donald Trump to organize his inauguration in January 2017 paid a bill for $ 49,000 that should have been assumed by the president’s private company, the attorney general of the District of Columbia, Karl Racine, denounced this Monday. According to The Washington Post newspaper, Racine added the accusation to a lawsuit he filed in January 2020 against the so-called Presidential Inauguration Committee for “abusing non-profit funds to enrich” the president’s family. “The Trump Organization was responsible for the charges billed,” the prosecutor’s office said, according to the record, which considers the payment of the bill “unfair, unreasonable and unjustified, and (which), ultimately, conferred a private benefit inappropriate for the Trump Organization ”. The prosecutor indicated that the Trump Organization did not pay a hotel bill for $ 49,000, which ended up in a collection agency and that the Presidential Investigation Committee, a non-profit organization,...