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The U.S. House rushed ahead Tuesday toward impeaching President Donald Trump for the deadly Capitol attack, taking time only to try to persuade his vice-president to push him out first. Trump showed no remorse, blaming impeachment itself for the "tremendous anger" in America.The U.S. House rushed ahead Tuesday toward impeaching President Donald Trump for the deadly Capitol attack, taking time only to try to persuade his vice-president to push him out first. Trump showed no remorse, blaming impeachment itself for the "tremendous anger" in America.

House urges Pence to help oust Trump; impeachment next | CTV News

The U.S. House of Representatives rushed ahead Tuesday toward impeaching President Donald Trump for the deadly Capitol attack, taking time only to try to persuade his vice president to push him out first. Trump showed no remorse, blaming impeachment itself for the "tremendous anger" in America.The U.S. House of Representatives rushed ahead Tuesday toward impeaching President Donald Trump for the deadly Capitol attack, taking time only to try to persuade his vice president to push him out first. Trump showed no remorse, blaming impeachment itself for the "tremendous anger" in America.

US president rails against House Democrats’ effort to impeach him for a second time, calling it a ‘hoax’.US president rails against House Democrats’ effort to impeach him for a second time, calling it a ‘hoax’.

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Most Americans, but not most Republicans, support Twitter’s permanent removal of President Donald Trump, an exclusive new Harris Poll says.Most Americans, but not most Republicans, support Twitter’s permanent removal of President Donald Trump, an exclusive new Harris Poll says.

Trump Twitter ban supported by most Americans but not most Republicans

The Constitution only allows for the impeachment trial of a sitting president, not a former president.The Constitution only allows for the impeachment trial of a sitting president, not a former president.

Opinion | A Senate impeachment trial after Trump leaves office would be unconstitutional - The Washington Post

On January 6, hours before his mob of loyalists stormed the U.S. Capitol as Pence presided over a joint session of Congress, Trump called the vice president's residence with a final, desperate plea.On January 6, hours before his mob of loyalists stormed the U.S. Capitol as Pence presided over a joint session of Congress, Trump called the vice president's residence with a final, desperate plea.

How Trump berated Pence HOURS before the Capitol was ransacked | Daily Mail Online

It’s not the only option Congress has of holding him accountable.It’s not the only option Congress has of holding him accountable.

A top House Republican says she will support impeachment in a vote expected to be held on Wednesday.A top House Republican says she will support impeachment in a vote expected to be held on Wednesday.

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By Peter Baker, Maggie Haberman and Annie Karni, For Vice President Mike Pence, the moment of truth had arrived. After three years and 11 months of navigating the treacherous waters of President Donald Trump’s ego, after all the tongue-biting, pride-swallowing moments where he employed strategic silence or florid flattery to stay in his boss’ good graces, there he was beingBy Peter Baker, Maggie Haberman and Annie Karni, For Vice President Mike Pence, the moment of truth had arrived. After three years and 11 months of navigating the treacherous waters of President

Mike Pence reached his limit with Donald Trump, it wasn’t pretty | Deccan Herald

Democrats mobilized rapidly to begin the process to have Trump removed after he encouraged his supporters last Wednesday to march to the US Capitol and fight. Democrats mobilized rapidly to begin the process to have Trump removed after he encouraged his supporters last Wednesday to "march" to the US Capitol and "fight." 

Mike Pence rejects invoking 25th Amendment to oust Trump - World - The Jakarta Post

Defiant loyalists in the House are signaling that Trumpism may be here to stayDefiant loyalists in the House are signaling that Trumpism may be here to stay

In US House, a phalanx of fierce Trump loyalists | Americas – Gulf News

Donald Trump impeachment: What happens next? Democrats and some Republicans could vote to impeach the U.S. president this week, with just days left before Joe Biden takes office.

Donald Trump impeachment: What happens next? | Euronews

President accuses Democrats of continuing the ‘witch-hunt’ against him ahead of possible impeachment votePresident accuses Democrats of continuing the ‘witch-hunt’ against him ahead of possible impeachment vote

Trump claims his speech before attack on the Capitol was ‘totally appropriate’

NEW YORK — The PGA cancelled its tournament at his golf course. Banks say they won’t lend to him anymore. New York City is looking to end his contract to operate the Central Park skating rink.Hits to President Donald Trump’s business empire since the deadly riots at the U.S. Capitol are part of a liberal “cancel culture,” his son, Eric, told The Associated Press on Tuesday, saying his father will leave the presidency with a powerful brand backed by millions of voters who will follow him “to the ends of the Earth.”“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,” said Trump, who along with his brother, Donald Jr., have been running the family company since their father took office four years ago. “If you disagree with them, if they don’t like you, they try and cancel you.”The remarks in an extended interview to the AP come amid an extraordinary backlash against the Trump Organization after thousands of the president’s supporters stormed the Capitol last week in a violent riot seeking to keep lawmakers from confirming Joe Biden’s presidential election victory.Amid accusations Trump incited the mob, the PGA of America voted to strip its namesake championship from Trump’s Bedminister, New Jersey, golf course next year, a British golf organization said the British Open will not be played at a Trump property in the “foreseeable future,” the e-commerce company Shopify stopped helping run the online Trump Store, and New York City announced it was looking to cancel contracts with Trump for skating rinks and a golf course in the Bronx.“The president incited a rebellion against the United States government, a clearly unconstitutional act,” Democratic Mayor Bill de Blasio said. “That’s unforgivable.And potentially most troubling of all, several banks, including one of his biggest lenders, Deutsche Bank, have reportedly said they would no longer lend to Trump’s company, raising the prospect that the president may have to dig into his own pockets to pay off his loans if he can’t refinance.“We witnessed the president of the United States encouraging the rioters and refraining from calling in the National Guard to protect the Congress in its performance of duty,” said one bank that cut ties, New York’s Signature Bank, once so close to Trump it put his daughter Ivanka on its board.Eric Trump seemed unruffled but combative as he spoke by phone from his office in Trump Tower. He dismissed the hits as no big threat to a company that has minimal debt –$400 million against billions in assets – and can always tap its vast real estate holdings for cash, not to mention the allegiance of those sticking by the president.“You have a man who would get followed to the ends of the Earth by a hundred million Americans,” Eric Trump said. “He created the greatest political movement in American history and his opportunities are endless.”That upbeat assessment notwithstanding, the limited data available for his private company suggest the Trump Organization’s golf properties, as well as other parts of his businesses, may be struggling.Its two Scottish golf courses have been losing money for years, it had to furlough more than 1,000 workers last year due to the coronavirus, prices of condos in Trump residential buildings have fallen sharply and the company has been unsuccessful in its plans to sell one of its most celebrated properties, the Trump International Hotel in Washington D.C.One person who does business with members at Trump’s golf club in Bedminster said several members are thinking of freezing their membership after the Capitol riots, and that getting new members to join will be difficult.“They don’t want to be publicly shamed for being a member of his golf club,” said the person, who requested anonymity because he doesn’t want to lose his clients’ business. “Do you think a guy who works for a financial firm or a drug company wants to see his picture in the paper?”Along with his father, Eric Trump spoke to the crowd on Jan. 6 before many of them rushed to the Capitol, pushed over barriers, attacked police, vandalized the building and left five people dead.“Have some backbone. Show some fight. Learn from Donald Trump,” Eric Trump said before urging them to “march on the Capitol."President Trump said Tuesday during a visit to the border wall in Texas that he bore no responsibility for fomenting the insurrection and warned that efforts to impeach him over his comments threatened only to further divide the country, “which is very dangerous.”Asked directly in his interview if he felt his father incited the crowd, Eric Trump paused and then the line went dead.Bernard Condon, The Associated PressNEW YORK — The PGA cancelled its tournament at his golf course. Banks say they won’t lend to him anymore. New York City is looking to end his contract to operate the Central Park skating rink.Hits to President Donald Trump’s business empire since the deadly riots at the U.S. Capitol are part of a liberal “cancel culture,” his son, Eric, told The Associated Press on Tuesday, saying his father will leave the presidency with a powerful brand backed by millions of voters who will follow him “to the ends of the Earth.”“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,” said Trump, who along with his brother, Donald Jr., have been running the family company since their father took office four years ago. “If you disagree with them, if they don’t like you, they try and cancel you.”The remarks in an extended interview to the AP come amid an extraordinary backlash against the Trump Organization after thousands of the president’s supporters stormed the Capitol last week in a violent riot seeking to keep lawmakers from confirming Joe Biden’s presidential election victory.Amid accusations Trump incited the mob, the PGA of America voted to strip its namesake championship from Trump’s Bedminister, New Jersey, golf course next year, a British golf organization said the British Open will not be played at a Trump property in the “foreseeable future,” the e-commerce company Shopify stopped helping run the online Trump Store, and New York City announced it was looking to cancel contracts with Trump for skating rinks and a golf course in the Bronx.“The president incited a rebellion against the United States government, a clearly unconstitutional act,” Democratic Mayor Bill de Blasio said. “That’s unforgivable.And potentially most troubling of all, several banks, including one of his biggest lenders, Deutsche Bank, have reportedly said they would no longer lend to Trump’s company, raising the prospect that the president may have to dig into his own pockets to pay off his loans if he can’t refinance.“We witnessed the president of the United States encouraging the rioters and refraining from calling in the National Guard to protect the Congress in its performance of duty,” said one bank that cut ties, New York’s Signature Bank, once so close to Trump it put his daughter Ivanka on its board.Eric Trump seemed unruffled but combative as he spoke by phone from his office in Trump Tower. He dismissed the hits as no big threat to a company that has minimal debt –$400 million against billions in assets – and can always tap its vast real estate holdings for cash, not to mention the allegiance of those sticking by the president.“You have a man who would get followed to the ends of the Earth by a hundred million Americans,” Eric Trump said. “He created the greatest political movement in American history and his opportunities are endless.”That upbeat assessment notwithstanding, the limited data available for his private company suggest the Trump Organization’s golf properties, as well as other parts of his businesses, may be struggling.Its two Scottish golf courses have been losing money for years, it had to furlough more than 1,000 workers last year due to the coronavirus, prices of condos in Trump residential buildings have fallen sharply and the company has been unsuccessful in its plans to sell one of its most celebrated properties, the Trump International Hotel in Washington D.C.One person who does business with members at Trump’s golf club in Bedminster said several members are thinking of freezing their membership after the Capitol riots, and that getting new members to join will be difficult.“They don’t want to be publicly shamed for being a member of his golf club,” said the person, who requested anonymity because he doesn’t want to lose his clients’ business. “Do you think a guy who works for a financial firm or a drug company wants to see his picture in the paper?”Along with his father, Eric Trump spoke to the crowd on Jan. 6 before many of them rushed to the Capitol, pushed over barriers, attacked police, vandalized the building and left five people dead.“Have some backbone. Show some fight. Learn from Donald Trump,” Eric Trump said before urging them to “march on the Capitol."President Trump said Tuesday during a visit to the border wall in Texas that he bore no responsibility for fomenting the insurrection and warned that efforts to impeach him over his comments threatened only to further divide the country, “which is very dangerous.”Asked directly in his interview if he felt his father incited the crowd, Eric Trump paused and then the line went dead.Bernard Condon, The Associated Press

Trump business backlash part of 'cancel culture,' son says

The choice facing Republicans isn't just about the immediate fate of Trump, who has just seven days left in his presidency. It's about whether the party's elected leaders are ready to move on from Trump, who remains popular with the GOP but is now toxic in much of Washington.The choice facing Republicans isn't just about the immediate fate of Trump, who has just seven days left in his presidency. It's about whether the party's elected leaders are ready to move on from Trump, who remains popular with the GOP but is now toxic in much of Washington.

Trump's Republican wall eroding ahead of impeachment vote | Hindustan Times

WASHINGTON: At least four Republicans said on Tuesday they would join Democrats in voting to impeach President Donald Trump over the attack on the US Capitol, as Vice President Mike Pence rejected calls to use a constitutional maneuver to oust him. With eight days remaining in Trump’s term in office, the House of Representatives was poised on Wednesday to pass an article ofWASHINGTON: At least four Republicans said on Tuesday they would join Democrats in voting to impeach President Donald Trump over the attack on the US Capitol, as Vice President Mike Pence rejected

Several House Republicans join impeachment push; Pence says he will not move to expel Trump | Arab News

The New York Times reported that the Senate majority leader privately believes the president committed impeachable offenses.The New York Times reported that the Senate majority leader privately believes the president committed impeachable offenses.

Mitch McConnell Satisfied With Second Trump Impeachment: Report | HuffPost Canada

Axios reports that Sen. Mitch McConnell is leaning towards convicting Trump as the New York Times reports that McConnell is “pleased” Democrats are impeaching Trump again. Eugene Robinson tells Lawrence O’Donnell that this is McConnell “letting it be known that he is done with Donald Trump.” David Jolly says McConnell’s shift gives Senate Republicans cover to reconsider their votes, meaning conviction “might actually be in play.”Axios reports that Sen. Mitch McConnell is leaning towards convicting Trump as the New York Times reports that McConnell is “pleased” Democrats are impeaching Trump again. Eugene Robinson tells Lawrence O’Donnell that this is McConnell “letting it be known that he is done with Donald Trump.” David Jolly says McConnell’s shift gives Senate Republicans cover to reconsider their votes, meaning conviction “might actually be in play.”

Axios: McConnell leans toward convicting Trump

It appears that President Donald Trump’s once impenetrable dam of Republican allegiance and fealty in Congress may finally be breaking after Trumpism hit too close to home for lawmakers last week at the U.S. Capitol.Sen. Mitch McConnell is reportedly pleased the president is being impeached for the second time, hoping it will help him eradicate Trump from the GOP.

Mitch McConnell 'Pleased’ Trump Being Impeached: NYT | Law & Crime

Pence said in a letter to Pelosi that he would not invoke the 25th Amendment just hours before the House was set to vote on a resolution formally calling on him to do so, arguing that he does not “believe that such a course of action is in the best interest of our Nation or […]Pence said in a letter to Pelosi that he would not invoke the 25th Amendment just hours before the House was set to vote on a resolution formally calling on him to do so, arguing that he does not &…

In a letter to Pelosi, Pence says he will not invoke 25th Amendment | CBS 17

House to vote on Trump’s second impeachment Wednesday.House to vote on Trump’s second impeachment Wednesday.

GOP Rep. Adam Kinzinger will vote to impeach President Donald Trump: Where Illinois members stand - Chicago Sun-Times

Two Colorado congressional delegates will serve as impeachment managers as House Speaker Nancy Pelosi announced Monday night.Two Colorado congressional delegates will serve as impeachment managers as House Speaker Nancy Pelosi announced Monday night.

Colorado’s DeGette, Neguse Chosen As Impeachment Trial Managers – CBS Denver

We're learning more about the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine and how long immunity actually lasts; KDKA's Amy Wadas reports.We're learning more about the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine and how long immunity actually lasts; KDKA's Amy Wadas reports.

Reporter Update: How Long Does Immunity Last With Moderna's COVID-19 Vaccine?

California Rep. Adam Schiff, who led House Democrats in their first effort to impeach President Trump, tells NPR what they are hoping to achieve in doing it a second time. He spoke to NPR's Mary Louise Kelly. And while a debate about the consequences for Trump plays out on Capitol Hill, his supporters are facing consequences of their own in federal court.In participating regions, you'll also hear a local news segment that will help you make sense of what's going on in your community.Email us at considerthis@npr.org. California Rep. Adam Schiff, who led House Democrats in their first effort to impeach President Trump, tells NPR what they are hoping to achieve in doing it a second time. He spoke to NPR's Mary Louise Kelly. And while a debate about the consequences for Trump plays out on Capitol Hill, his supporters are facing consequences of their own in federal court.In participating regions, you'll also hear a local news segment that will help you make sense of what's going on in your community.Email us at considerthis@npr.org.

Trump Faces 2nd Impeachment As His Extremist Supporters Face Federal Charges : Consider This from NPR : NPR

In a letter to Speaker of the House Pelosi, Vice President Mike Pence spelled out why he feels the 25th amendment does not apply concerning President Trump, and suggested it is time to heal the nation rather than inflame the passions of the moment. Vice President Pence explained that in his opinion, the 25thIn a letter to Speaker of the House Pelosi, Vice President Mike Pence spelled out why he feels the 25th amendment does not apply concerning President Trump, and suggested it is time to heal the nation rather than inflame the passions of the moment. Vice President Pence explained that in his opinion, the 25th

Pence Tells Pelosi 25th Amendment Not Applicable | Hamodia.com

Vice President Pence has raised to objections to invoking the 25th Amendment, a move that involves Pence and a majority of Trump's Cabinet declaring that Trump is unable to perform his duties.Vice President Pence has raised to objections to invoking the 25th Amendment, a move that involves Pence and a majority of Trump's Cabinet declaring that Trump is unable to perform his duties.

US House urges Pence to oust Trump as impeachment looms

Wednesday marks one week since the deadly riot at the U.S. Capitol. Since that day, the U.S. House has started the process to impeach President Donald Trump, saying he incited an insurrection.Wednesday marks one week since the deadly riot at the U.S. Capitol. Since that day, the U.S. House has started the process to impeach President Donald Trump, saying he incited an insurrection.

Sen. Lankford discusses House starting impeachment process week after riot at Capitol

The Issue: The Democrats’ attempt to impeach President Trump again over the Capitol Hill riots. Rep. Nancy Pelosi is not fit for office. Blind hatred has...The Issue: The Democrats’ attempt to impeach President Trump again over the Capitol Hill riots. Rep. Nancy Pelosi is not fit for office. Blind hatred has cost her sanity and is hurting the country

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Two of Colorado's seven U.S. representatives will serve as impeachment managers this week, Democrats Joe Neguse and Diana DeGette. Two of Colorado’s seven U.S. representatives will serve as impeachment managers this week, Democrats Joe Neguse and Diana DeGette. 

Colorado U.S. Reps. Neguse, DeGette named impeachment managers

Nearly nine in 10 voters in battleground states said it was important to have a peaceful and orderly transition, according to a poll conducted by longtime pollster for Trump, John McLaughlin.Nearly nine in 10 voters in battleground states said it was important to have a peaceful and orderly transition, according to a poll conducted by longtime pollster for Trump, John McLaughlin.

Despite Donald Trump's fury over the outcome of the 2020 presidential race and claims of election fraud, Vice President Mike Pence did not object to the vote results...Despite Donald Trump's fury over the outcome of the 2020 presidential race and claims of election fraud, Vice President Mike Pence did not object to the vote results...

Patriot or P**sy? Trump Reportedly Name-Called Pence When Pressuring VP to Object to Election Result - Sputnik International

JOINT BASE ANDREWS, Md./WASHINGTON, Jan 12 (Reuters) - U.S. President Donald Trump, facing impeachment on a charge of "incitement of insurrection" on Tuesday denied responsibility for his supporters' violent invasion of the U.S. Capitol last week and said his remarks before the siege were appro...JOINT BASE ANDREWS, Md./WASHINGTON, Jan 12 (Reuters) - U.S. President Donald Trump, facing impeachment on a charge of "incitement of insurrection" on Tuesday denied responsibility for his supporters' violent invasion of the U.S. Capitol last week and said his remarks before the siege were appropriate.

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Donald Trump has refused to take responsibility for the deadly Capitol riots and warned any attempt to impeach him or invoke the 25th Amendment would be "dangerous" Donald Trump has refused to take responsibility for the deadly Capitol riots and warned any attempt to impeach him or invoke the 25th Amendment would be "dangerous"

Donald Trump warns Joe Biden 'be careful what you wish for' as FBI warn of armed protests - Mirror Online

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“I do not believe that such a course of action is in the best interest of our Nation or the Constitution,” writes Vice President Mike Pence in this letter to House Speaker Nancy Pelosi tonight. https://twitter.com/MSNBC/status/1349158397376081924 https://twitter.com/Phil_Mattingly/status/1349157076929536003“I do not believe that such a course of action is in the best interest of our Nation or the Constitution,” writes Vice President Mike Pence in this letter to House Speaker Nancy Pelosi tonight.

Pence won't do 25th amendment on Trump, 'I do not believe that such a course of action is in the best interest of our Nation or the Constitution' | Boing Boing

This is a moment for healing and unity. The GOP should put country before party, and hold the president accountable.This is a moment for healing and unity. The GOP should put country before party, and hold the president accountable.

Why Are Republicans Being So Divisive? - The Atlantic

President Trump on Tuesday declared “I kept my promises” on his pledge to build a wall at the southern border, as he marked 450 miles of construction -- as he also tackled fallout from the riot at the Capitol last week.President Trump on Tuesday declared “I kept my promises” on his pledge to build a wall at the southern border, as he marked 450 miles of construction -- as he also tackled fallout from the riot at the Capitol last week.

Words have consequences. And decades of research supports the contention that Donald Trump's words could in fact incite people to mount an insurrection at the US Capitol.Words have consequences. And decades of research supports the contention that Donald Trump's words could in fact incite people to mount an insurrection at the US Capitol.

At impeachment hearing, lawmakers will deliberate over a deadly weapon used in the attack on Capitol Hill – President Trump's words

At impeachment hearing, lawmakers will deliberate over a deadly weapon used in the attack on Capitol Hill – President Trump's words

Trump visited the U.S./Mexico border in his first public appearance since Jan. 6. Here's what to know about the legacy of his border wall.Trump visited the U.S./Mexico border in his first public appearance since Jan. 6. Here's what to know about the legacy of his border wall.

What to Know About The Legacy of Trump's Border Wall | Time

Vice President Mike Pence on Tuesday blasted Democrats' demand that he trigger the 25th Amendment to oust President Trump with little more than a week to go in office, saying it was a distraction from critical issues the country must face.Vice President Mike Pence on Tuesday blasted Democrats' demand that he trigger the 25th Amendment to oust President Trump with little more than a week to go in office, saying it was a distraction from

Mike Pence blasts bid to invoke 25th Amendment - Washington Times