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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 House voted Tuesday night on a resolution urging Vice-President Mike Pence to invoke the 25th Amendment to the Constitution to remove Trump with a Cabinet vote.The House voted Tuesday night on a resolution urging Vice-President Mike Pence to invoke the 25th Amendment to the Constitution to remove Trump with a Cabinet vote.

U.S. House votes to urge Pence to invoke 25th amendment, help remove Trump from office - National | Globalnews.ca

WASHINGTON — With at least five Republicans joining their push to impeach President Donald Trump over the storming of the U.S. Capitol, Democrats in the House…

With some Republicans on board, U.S. House Democrats press forward on impeachment vote | Toronto Sun

With some Republicans on board, U.S. House Democrats press forward on impeachment vote | Toronto Sun

Rep. Peter Meijer said he was "strongly considering" voting to impeach President Trump after a deadly pro-Trump riot disrupted the Capitol.Rep. Peter Meijer said he was "strongly considering" voting to impeach President Trump after a deadly pro-Trump riot disrupted the Capitol.

GOP Rep. Peter Meijer considers impeaching Trump after Capitol riot

The vote will unlikely sway Vice President Mike Pence who already said he does not support invoking the 25th Amendment.The vote will unlikely sway Vice President Mike Pence who already said he does not support invoking the 25th Amendment.

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President speaks to reporters for first time since rampage as senior House Republican Liz Cheney says she will vote to impeachPresident speaks to reporters for first time since rampage as senior House Republican Liz Cheney says she will vote to impeach

Growing cohort of Republicans turn against Trump as he denies inciting Capitol attack | Donald Trump | The Guardian

US President Donald Trump denied Tuesday that his speech last week to thousands of supporters, encouraging them to march on Congress, had anything to do with the deadly violence that broke out shortl…US President Donald Trump denied Tuesday that his speech last week to thousands of supporters, encouraging them to march on Congress, had anything to do with the deadly violence that broke out shortl…

Trump denies responsibility for Capitol siege, says his speech was ‘totally appropriate’

President Donald Trump called his remarks at a rally outside the White House that led to his supporters storming the Capitol “totally appropriate,” rejecting any blame for the attack.

Trump rejects blame for riot as House near impeachment showdown - BNN Bloomberg

The constitution does not forbid it, but it is uncharted territoryThe constitution does not forbid it, but it is uncharted territory

The Economist explains - Can the Senate hold an impeachment trial after a president leaves office? | The Economist explains | The Economist

Yahoo Finance's Dan Howley spoke with Dell Technologies Client Solutions President Sam Burd about the new remote technology Dell is working on as many people contunue to work from home. He also broke down tech gains in the gaming world and what else to expect at the virtual CES 2021 event.Yahoo Finance's Dan Howley spoke with Dell Technologies Client Solutions President Sam Burd about the new remote technology Dell is working on as many people contunue to work from home. He also broke down tech gains in the gaming world and what else to expect at the virtual CES 2021 event.

Dell Technologies showcases new remote working technology at CES 2021

US President Donald Trump, a Republican under pressure to resign after his supporters carried out a deadly breach of the US Capitol last week, said there was tremendous anger about moves to impeach him but added he did not want violence.US President Donald Trump, a Republican under pressure to resign after his supporters carried out a deadly breach of the US Capitol last week, said there was tremendous anger about moves to impeach him but added he did not want violence.

US President Donald Trump Calls Move To Impeach "Greatest Witch Hunt" But Want No Violence

Trump says impeachment push causing ‘anger’ but he wants ‘no violence’Trump says impeachment push causing ‘anger’ but he wants ‘no violence’

Trump says impeachment push causing ‘anger’ but he wants ‘no violence’

The president attacks social media companies that blocked him in the wake of last week's storming of the Capitol, which left five people dead.The president attacks social media companies that blocked him in the wake of last week's storming of the Capitol, which left five people dead.

After deadly riot, Trump lashes out at Big Tech - CNET

Bloomberg - Are you a robot?

This impeachment would lay the groundwork for future action to disqualify Trump under the 14th Amendment.This impeachment would lay the groundwork for future action to disqualify Trump under the 14th Amendment.

Impeaching lays groundwork for disqualification — even without a conviction | TheHill

This impeachment would lay the groundwork for future action to disqualify Trump under the 14th Amendment.This impeachment would lay the groundwork for future action to disqualify Trump under the 14th Amendment.

Impeaching lays groundwork for disqualification — even without a conviction | TheHill

The fun care-free image Israel is hoping to project to the Arab world. Armed with social media Lorena Khateeb is from an Arabic language social media unit inside the Israeli foreign ministry. Her team’s mission: using social media to convince Arabs to embrace the Jewish state. "As you can see we are in Mahane Yehuda market. We travel to many places in Israel to show the real, simple life of the Israeli citizen and the coexistence between Arabs and Jews. This way we work as Israel's ambassadors in the virtual world and this is how we build bridges between cultures and nations, away from all the politics." The small team is spearheading a campaign via platforms such as Facebook, Twitter and Instagram as part of a multi-pronged diplomatic effort to win over popular acceptance in the Middle East. But overturning decades of hostility is no easy feat. Despite Israel having recently secured landmark Washington-brokered deals with the governments of the United Arab Emirates, Bahrain, Sudan and Morocco. An October report by the Israeli government found that during August and September more than 90% of Arabic social media commentary regarding the "normalization" deals was negative. Israeli officials recognize the challenges. The region has widespread support for Palestinians living under Israeli occupation or as refugees across the Middle East. Lecturer and Palestinian analyst Ghassan Khatib’s take on those attempts. "Until now, not enough time has passed, and there aren't any studies that indicate a deep change in the public opinion in these Arab countries. I think that in the long run it (the change in public opinion) will not happen because of the reasons I mentioned; which are related to the selfish nature of Israel and the aggressive nature of Israel and how it violates human rights and international laws, and other laws which Arab residents in these countries respect." That foreign ministry's ten-member Arabic-language team includes both Jews and Arabs. Lorena went to Dubai recently and of course posted lots of pics on social media - saying she felt at home. Her team hope to convince the millions of Arabic speakers across the region that they’ll feel the same in Israel.The fun care-free image Israel is hoping to project to the Arab world. Armed with social media Lorena Khateeb is from an Arabic language social media unit inside the Israeli foreign ministry. Her team’s mission: using social media to convince Arabs to embrace the Jewish state. "As you can see we are in Mahane Yehuda market. We travel to many places in Israel to show the real, simple life of the Israeli citizen and the coexistence between Arabs and Jews. This way we work as Israel's ambassadors in the virtual world and this is how we build bridges between cultures and nations, away from all the politics." The small team is spearheading a campaign via platforms such as Facebook, Twitter and Instagram as part of a multi-pronged diplomatic effort to win over popular acceptance in the Middle East. But overturning decades of hostility is no easy feat. Despite Israel having recently secured landmark Washington-brokered deals with the governments of the United Arab Emirates, Bahrain, Sudan and Morocco. An October report by the Israeli government found that during August and September more than 90% of Arabic social media commentary regarding the "normalization" deals was negative. Israeli officials recognize the challenges. The region has widespread support for Palestinians living under Israeli occupation or as refugees across the Middle East. Lecturer and Palestinian analyst Ghassan Khatib’s take on those attempts. "Until now, not enough time has passed, and there aren't any studies that indicate a deep change in the public opinion in these Arab countries. I think that in the long run it (the change in public opinion) will not happen because of the reasons I mentioned; which are related to the selfish nature of Israel and the aggressive nature of Israel and how it violates human rights and international laws, and other laws which Arab residents in these countries respect." That foreign ministry's ten-member Arabic-language team includes both Jews and Arabs. Lorena went to Dubai recently and of course posted lots of pics on social media - saying she felt at home. Her team hope to convince the millions of Arabic speakers across the region that they’ll feel the same in Israel.

Israel’s media campaign to woo the Mideast

Social media posts and online articles claim special forces took Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi’s laptop during the storming of the US Capitol building on January 6, 2021. But officials from military commands responsible for elite American troops told AFP they have no information on such an incident, and the top Democrat’s office said that while a laptop was stolen, it wasSocial media posts and online articles claim special forces took Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi’s laptop during the storming of the US Capitol building on January 6, 2021. But officials from military commands responsible for elite American troops told AFP they have no information on such an incident, and the top Democrat’s office said that while a laptop was stolen, it was from a conference room and was only used for presentations.

Elite US forces did not take Nancy Pelosi’s laptop during Capitol chaos | Fact Check

If being chased out of the Capitol by a Trump‐​inspired mob chanting “hang Mike Pence” hasn’t motivated Mike Pence to trigger the 25th Amendment, an ultimatum from Nancy Pelosi isn’t going to do it. 

Pelosi’s Bizarre 25th Amendment Gambit | Cato @ Liberty

President Donald Trump disavows any responsibility for his supporters' violent siege on US Capitol last week, saying his remarks at the time were "appropriate."President Donald Trump disavows any responsibility for his supporters' violent siege on US Capitol last week, saying his remarks at the time were "appropriate."

Trump takes no responsibility for Capitol rampage

How can the three branches of the U.S. hold the President Trump accountable and rein him in?How can the three branches of the U.S. hold the President Trump accountable and rein him in?

Trump 'accountable?' Easier said than done | TheHill

How can the three branches of the U.S. hold the President Trump accountable and rein him in?How can the three branches of the U.S. hold the President Trump accountable and rein him in?

Trump 'accountable?' Easier said than done | TheHill

Prior to Trump's second impeachment vote, he told reporters the speech he gave last week that incited the U.S.Capitol riot was "totally appropriate."Prior to Trump's second impeachment vote, he told reporters the speech he gave last week that incited the U.S.Capitol riot was "totally appropriate."

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The feral mob brandished white supremacist and nazi flags that they held as they listened to Trump’s words and carried their odious standards into the Capitol building. These weren’t protestors exercising their constitutional rights. This was, as Shakespeare put it, insurrection “foul, base and bloody."The feral mob brandished white supremacist and nazi flags that they held as they listened to Trump’s words and carried their odious standards into the Capitol building. These weren’t protestors exercising their constitutional rights. This was, as Shakespeare put it, insurrection “foul, base and bloody."

Incitement and the First Amendment – BillMoyers.com

WASHINGTON (AP) — The Latest on the fallout from the attack of the U.S. Capitol by a mob of pro-Trump loyalists (all times local): 11:28 p.m. The House has voted to urge Vice President... WASHINGTON (AP) — The Latest on the fallout from the attack of the U.S. Capitol by a mob of pro-Trump loyalists (all times local): 11:28 p.m. The House has voted to urge Vice President...

Republicans who fomented the U.S. Capitol riot with lies must face consequences.Republicans who fomented the U.S. Capitol riot with lies must face consequences.

There Is No Unity Without Accountability | HuffPost Canada

President Trump claimed that it was the impeachment charge, not the violence and ransacking of the Capitol, that was “causing tremendous anger.”President Trump claimed that it was the impeachment charge, not the violence and ransacking of the Capitol, that was “causing tremendous anger.”

House Prepares 2nd Impeachment of Donald Trump Unless Pence Removes Him from Power; FBI Warns of “Armed Protests” in All 50 States and at Biden’s Inauguration; WaPo: Trump, Busy Watching TV for Hours, Ignored Pleas to Call Off Mob During Capitol Assault; Acting Homeland Security Secretary Resigns Amid Warnings over Domestic Terror Threats; Capitol Hill Pipe Bomb Case Remains Unsolved as Capitol Police Suspend Officers Who Supported Attackers; U.S. COVID-19 Deaths Average More Than 3,000 Over Past Week; Lawmakers Catch COVID-19 After Sheltering in Room Where GOP Reps Refused Masks; Pfizer to Boost COVID-19 Vaccine Output as WHO Warns of Vaccination Inequality; COVID-19 Surges in Southern Africa; Portugal’s President Tests Positive for Coronavirus; Trump Administration Puts Cuba Back on List of State Sponsors of Terrorism; Guantánamo Bay Prison Starts 20th Year of Indefinite Detentions; B’Tselem Blasts “Apartheid Regime” as Israel Greenlights Construction of More Illegal Settlements; South Korean Court Orders Japan to Compensate Women Forced into Sex Slavery; Federal Court Halts Execution of Lisa Montgomery, Only Woman on Federal Death Row; Colorado AG Opens Grand Jury Probe of Police Killing of Elijah McClain; Asylum Seekers Shelter in Abandoned Bosnian Buildings Amid Severe Winter Cold

Headlines for January 12, 2021 | Democracy Now!

Polk GOP sees small loss of voters after attackPolk GOP sees small loss of voters after attack

Polk GOP sees small loss of voters after attack on U.S. Capitol

Earlier media reports suggested that the FBI expects armed protests in the vicinity of state capitols across the US if President Donald Trump is impeached or otherwise...Earlier media reports suggested that the FBI expects armed protests in the vicinity of state capitols across the US if President Donald Trump is impeached or otherwise...

Trump Claims Impeachment Push Causes 'Tremendous Anger', Rejects Responsibility for Capitol Unrest - Sputnik International

A digitally manipulated, phony letter referring to a "Democratic Play book" and attributed to House Speaker Nancy Pelosi has been circulating online, contributing to partisan rancor following the riot at the Capitol on Jan. 6.

Fake Letter Attributed to Pelosi Generates Anger Online - FactCheck.org

Maine's independent senator says President Trump is too dangerous to allow to stay in office and should be removed immediately.

Sen. Angus King supports second impeachment, calls Trump ‘a danger to the republic’ - Portland Press Herald

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.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.

Trump denies any responsibility for his supporters' Congress attack | Reuters

The House of Representatives is working in clear, constitutional control of the second impeachment of Donald Trump.In impeachment, the House handles a constitutional, pre-trial process within its massive, "sole" power, while the Senate—once it receives the charges from the House—handles the impeachm...The House of Representatives is working in clear, constitutional control of the second impeachment of Donald Trump.In impeachment, the House handles a constitutional, pre-trial process within its massive, "sole" power, while the Senate—once it receives the charges from the House—handles the impeachm...

Here's what you need to know about a second Trump impeachment - Raw Story - Celebrating 16 Years of Independent Journalism

President Donald Trump hailed the completion of 450 miles of wall along the U.S.-Mexico border while calling for "peace and calm" amid the presidential transition.President Donald Trump hailed the completion of 450 miles of wall along the U.S.-Mexico border while calling for "peace and calm" amid the presidential transition.

Trump hails border wall construction, calls for 'peace and calm' in Texas - UPI.com

Some officials outright pushed for Donald Trump to not visit for fear that it will incite more violence and could result in further coronavirus outbreaks.

Texas officials worry Trump's trip could turn violent - POLITICO