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Lawmakers warned of ‘very specific’ dangers as congressman says Republicans and Democrats have received death threatsLawmakers warned of ‘very specific’ dangers as congressman says Republicans and Democrats have received death threats

Congress briefed on fresh security threats ahead of Biden inauguration | US Capitol breach | The Guardian

WASHINGTON: With the House set to impeach, President Donald Trump is blaming Democratic congressional foes for “tremendous anger” in the country and last week's deadly attack on the Capitol by his supporters after he urged them on their way. The embattled president, in his first remarks to reporters since last week's attack, took no responsibility Tuesday for the deadly mobWASHINGTON: With the House set to impeach, President Donald Trump is blaming Democratic congressional foes for “tremendous anger” in the country and last week's deadly attack on the Capitol by his

Trump says 'tremendous anger' in nation over impeachment | Arab News

Political Violence in Washington (Opinion),By DC Pathak The presidential election in the US marked by an unusually confrontationist run up to the polls and an equally bitter post-poll phase of transition, made a wrong sort of history when hundreds of supporters of outgoing President Donald Trump converging on the Capitol Hill in Washington D.C.By DC Pathak The presidential election in the US marked by an unusually confrontationist run up to the polls and an equally bitter post-poll phase of transition, made a wrong sort of history when hundreds of supporters of outgoing President Donald Trump converging on the Capitol Hill in Washington D.C.[Read More...]

Political Violence in Washington (Opinion)

By DC PathakThe presidential election in the US marked by an unusually confrontationist run up…By DC Pathak The presidential election in the US marked by an unusually confrontationist run up to the polls and an equally bitter post-poll phase of transition, made a wrong sort of history when hundreds of supporters of outgoing President Donald Trump converging on the Capitol Hill in Washington D.C.[Read More...]

Political Violence in Washington (Opinion)

Those of us who have had personal experience with impeachment know it is impossible to remove a president without bipartisan support. That may come.Those of us who have had personal experience with impeachment know it is impossible to remove a president without bipartisan support. That may come.

Censure isn't enough, Trump needs to be impeached

The Topeka Capital-Journal, Jan. 8The Topeka Capital-Journal, Jan. 8

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WASHINGTON — President Donald Trump’s days in office are numbered. But he’s already stopped doing much of his job.In the last three weeks, a bomb went off in a major city and the president said . . .WASHINGTON — President Donald Trump’s days in office are numbered. But he’s already stopped doing much of his job.In the last three weeks, a bomb went off in a major city and the president said . . .

Analysis: Trump abdicating in the job he fought to retain | Flin Flon Reminder

Democrats and even some Republicans now agree that President Donald Trump should face serious consequences for goading a mob to attack Congress last week. But how? Vice President Mike Pence has ruled Democrats and even some Republicans now agree that President Donald Trump should face serious consequences for goading a mob to attack Congress last week. But how? Vice President Mike Pence has ruled

Impeachment may not work. Here's the next best way to dump Trump. | Newsday

Yahoo Finance speaks with Mark Gibson, JLL Capital Markets Americas CEO, about how companies are starting to rethink remote work.Yahoo Finance speaks with Mark Gibson, JLL Capital Markets Americas CEO, about how companies are starting to rethink remote work.

Return to office will be crucial for companies to 'grow and compete effectively': expert

Impeaching President Trump will not reverse or mitigate cross-party animosity, but it could cast a pall over President-elect Biden’s promise to help heal the nation’s wounds.

The Impeachment Sequel Shouldn’t Be Made - Harvard Political Review

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U.S. President Donald Trump on Tuesday spoke publicly for the first time since House Democrats moved to impeach him, calling the impeachment "ridiculous."

Trump calls looming impeachment against him 'ridiculous'

With impeachment ahead, the House is trying first to push the vice president and Cabinet to act even more quickly to remove President Donald Trump from office

House urges Pence to help oust Trump; impeachment next – 102.3 KRMG

Capitol Could Be Surrounded Before Biden Inauguration: U.S. Rep. - Pittsburgh, PA - U.S. Rep. Conor Lamb of western Pennsylvania has been briefed on the plan for thousands of protesters to descend on the Capitol.U.S. Rep. Conor Lamb of western Pennsylvania has been briefed on the plan for thousands of protesters to descend on the Capitol.

Capitol Could Be Surrounded Before Biden Inauguration: U.S. Rep. | Pittsburgh, PA Patch

Capitol Could Be Surrounded Before Biden... - Pittsburgh, PA - U.S. Rep. Conor Lamb of western Pennsylvania has been briefed on the plan for thousands of protesters to descend on the Capitol.Capitol Could Be Surrounded Before Biden... - Pittsburgh, PA - U.S. Rep. Conor Lamb of western Pennsylvania has been briefed on the plan for thousands of protesters to descend on the Capitol.

Capitol Could Be Surrounded Before Biden Inauguration: U.S. Rep. | Pittsburgh, PA Patch

By Steve Holland and Andrea Shalal JOINT BASE ANDREWS, Md./WASHINGTON (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. The Republican president told reporters that his speech before Wednesday's assault - in which he urged supporters to march on the Capitol and fight - had been analyzed by unnamed others, who he said believed it was totally appropriate. If you read my speech ... what I said was totally appropriate, he told reporters at Joint Base Andrews when asked about any personal responsibility he had regarding the Jan. 6 attack when his supporters stormed the Capitol with members of Congress and his own Vice President Mike Pence inside. They've analyzed my speech and my words and my final paragraph, my final sentence and everybody ... thought it was totally appropriate, he said before heading to Alamo, Texas to visit and sign his signature wall on the border with Mexico. Democrats in the U.S. House of Representatives plan to impeach Trump on Wednesday unless he steps down or is removed before then, which would make him the only U.S. president ever to be impeached twice. Trump's remarks on Tuesday were his first in public since Wednesday, although he released a video on Thursday in which he condemned the violence but did not concede the election. Democrats said Trump's defense of his words and actions underscored the urgency of removing him from office. Trump’s lack of contrition today makes clear that the 25th Am must be invoked to remove him, Daniel Goldman, majority counsel in the first House impeachment inquiry, tweeted. Impeachment should proceed apace and every MOC must think hard about whether s/he supports Trump’s efforts to overturn the election and incite an insurrection on the Capitol. Trump did not answer a shouted question before leaving the White House about whether he was responsible for the violence at the Capitol, which led to the deaths of six people. Instead, he blasted Democratic leaders for moving forward on impeachment, warning it posed a tremendous danger to the country. Conservative former presidential candidate Evan McMullin said those remarks amounted to threats of further violence. Trump's threats of more violence by warning of 'tremendous anger' and 'tremendous danger' in response to potential impeachment, a vital mechanism of our democracy, are further evidence of its justice and necessity, he said on Twitter. (Reporting by Steve Holland, Tim Ahmann and Andrea Shalal; writing by Susan Heavey and Andrea Shalal; Editing by Chizu Nomiyama and Alistair Bell)By Steve Holland and Andrea Shalal JOINT BASE ANDREWS, Md./WASHINGTON (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. The Republican president told reporters that his speech before Wednesday's assault - in which he urged supporters to march on the Capitol and fight - had been analyzed by unnamed others, who he said believed it was "totally appropriate." "If you read my speech ... what I said was totally appropriate," he told reporters at Joint Base Andrews when asked about any personal responsibility he had regarding the Jan. 6 attack when his supporters stormed the Capitol with members of Congress and his own Vice President Mike Pence inside. "They've analyzed my speech and my words and my final paragraph, my final sentence and everybody ... thought it was totally appropriate," he said before heading to Alamo, Texas to visit and sign his signature wall on the border with Mexico. Democrats in the U.S. House of Representatives plan to impeach Trump on Wednesday unless he steps down or is removed before then, which would make him the only U.S. president ever to be impeached twice. Trump's remarks on Tuesday were his first in public since Wednesday, although he released a video on Thursday in which he condemned the violence but did not concede the election. Democrats said Trump's defense of his words and actions underscored the urgency of removing him from office. "Trump’s lack of contrition today makes clear that the 25th Am must be invoked to remove him," Daniel Goldman, majority counsel in the first House impeachment inquiry, tweeted. "Impeachment should proceed apace and every MOC must think hard about whether s/he supports Trump’s efforts to overturn the election and incite an insurrection on the Capitol." Trump did not answer a shouted question before leaving the White House about whether he was responsible for the violence at the Capitol, which led to the deaths of six people. Instead, he blasted Democratic leaders for moving forward on impeachment, warning it posed "a tremendous danger" to the country. Conservative former presidential candidate Evan McMullin said those remarks amounted to threats of further violence. "Trump's threats of more violence by warning of 'tremendous anger' and 'tremendous danger' in response to potential impeachment, a vital mechanism of our democracy, are further evidence of its justice and necessity," he said on Twitter. (Reporting by Steve Holland, Tim Ahmann and Andrea Shalal; writing by Susan Heavey and Andrea Shalal; Editing by Chizu Nomiyama and Alistair Bell)

President Donald Trump on Monday issued an emergency declaration for the nation's capital that allows the Department of Homeland Security and Federal Emergency Management Agency to coordinate with local authorities as needed.The declaration, in effect through Jan. 24, allows Homeland Security and FEMA to coordinate with local authorities as needed.

Trump issues emergency declaration for Washington DC ahead of Joe Biden inauguration | abc7ny.com

Copyright 2021 NPR. To see more, visit https://www.npr.org. TONYA MOSLEY, HOST: More than 200 House members are now supporting an impeachment resolutionCopyright 2021 NPR. To see more, visit https://www.npr.org. TONYA MOSLEY, HOST: More than 200 House members are now supporting an impeachment resolution

House To Vote On 2 Measures Designed To Remove Trump From Office | CAI

The Latest on the fallout from the attack of the U.S. Capitol by a mob of pro-Trump loyalists (all times local)The Latest on the fallout from the attack of the U.S. Capitol by a mob of pro-Trump loyalists (all times local)

The Latest: Feds considering sedition, conspiracy charges | National | dailyfreeman.com

House Democrats have drafted an article of impeachment against President Trump accusing him of inciting an insurrection before protesters rioted at the Capitol building on Wednesday, but the timing of how the impeachment process will play out remains up in the air, raising the question: Can the Senate hold an impeachment trial for a president who is no longer in office?House Democrats have drafted an article of impeachment against President Trump accusing him of inciting an insurrection before protesters rioted at the Capitol building on Wednesday, but the timing of how the impeachment process will play out remains up in the air, raising the question: Can the Senate hold an impeachment trial for a president who is no longer in office?

The U.S. House pressed swiftly forward Tuesday toward impeachment or other steps to forcibly remove President Donald Trump from office, even as Trump blamed Democratic foes and not himself for last weThe U.S. House pressed swiftly forward Tuesday toward impeachment or other steps to forcibly remove President Donald Trump from office, even as Trump blamed Democratic foes and not himself for last we

House races to oust Trump; he blames accusers for US 'anger' - WFXG

Former Republican Congressman Denver Riggleman (Va.) tweeted his support for President Trump’s impeachment on Tuesday, saying it is “necessary” in order to combat conspiracy theories.

Former Republican congressman: 'Impeachment is necessary'

The warnings underscore the severity of security threats facing lawmakers ahead of the inauguration.The warnings underscore the severity of security threats facing lawmakers ahead of the inauguration.

House Democrats briefed on 3 more plots potentially targeting Congress - Axios

Thousands of armed pro-Donald Trump extremists are plotting to surround the US Capitol ahead of President-elect Joe Biden's inauguration, according to aThousands of armed pro-Donald Trump extremists are plotting to surround the US Capitol ahead of President-elect Joe Biden's inauguration, according to a

New terror threat points to plot to surround Capitol, lawmaker says | NewsChannel 3-12

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Trump says impeachment moves causing anger, but "I want no violence" - Metro US

President Donald Trump on Tuesday answered reporters’ questions for the first time since the riots at the U.S. Capitol last week.President Donald Trump on Tuesday answered reporters’ questions for the first time since the riots at the U.S. Capitol last week.

Pres. Trump says speech at rally before Capitol riots was ‘totally appropriate’ | KVEO-TV

An Associated Press reporter covering Congress, Mary Clare Jalonick cannot stop watching the videos that captured the chaos she lived through last week in the U.S. CapitolAn Associated Press reporter covering Congress, Mary Clare Jalonick cannot stop watching the videos that captured the chaos she lived through last week in the U.S. Capitol

‘Safest place in Washington’ no more. A reporter’s disbelief - The Washington Post

The president claimed the "real problem" was with politicians who spoke about the Black Lives Matter protests over the summerThe president claimed the "real problem" was with politicians who spoke about the Black Lives Matter protests over the summer

Trump Says Speech Before Attempted Coup Was 'Totally Appropriate' | PEOPLE.com

The president claimed the "real problem" was with politicians who spoke about the Black Lives Matter protests over the summerThe president claimed the "real problem" was with politicians who spoke about the Black Lives Matter protests over the summer

Trump Says Speech Before Attempted Coup Was 'Totally Appropriate' | PEOPLE.com

The bill cites President Trump's attempts to intervene in the vote-counting of the Nov. 3 election, as well as his inciting language to supporters in Washington, D.C., on Jan. 6. Read the resolution.The bill cites President Trump's attempts to intervene in the vote-counting of the Nov. 3 election, as well as his inciting language to supporters in Washington, D.C., on Jan. 6. Read the resolution.

House Resolution Calls On Pence To Assume Powers Of Presidency | WLRN

There is no doubt the outgoing President of the United States aided and abetted an insurrection.There is no doubt the outgoing President of the United States aided and abetted an insurrection.

Megalomaniac Trump fanned flames to the explosive end | The Star | Newcastle, NSW

The talk of armed marches next week isn’t limited to “radicalised” Trump supporters. State capitol events on 17 January appear to be promoted by supporters of the anti-government, pro-gun “boogaloo” movementThe talk of armed marches next week isn’t limited to “radicalised” Trump supporters. State capitol events on 17 January appear to be promoted by supporters of the anti-government, pro-gun “boogaloo” movement

Plans for armed protest at all 50 state Capitols ahead of Joe Biden's inauguration on 20 Jan, warns FBI - World News , Firstpost

Vice President Mike Pence has told governors on a call about the coronavirus that &ldquo;our time&rdquo; is coming to an end and a &ldquo;new administration&rdquo; is taking over. Pence said Tuesday that the administration is in the middle of the transition and is working &ldquo;diligently&rdquo; with President-elect Joe Biden's team. He thanked the governors for their leadership on the coronavirus and promised them a &ldquo;seamless transition. "Vice President Mike Pence has told governors on a call about the coronavirus that &ldquo;our time&rdquo; is coming to an end and a &ldquo;new administration&rdquo; is taking over. Pence said Tuesday that the administration is in the middle of the transition and is working &ldquo;diligently&rdquo; with President-elect Joe Biden's team. He thanked the governors for their leadership on the coronavirus and promised them a &ldquo;seamless transition. "

Pence acknowledges 'our time' coming to an end | WFXL

Pence acknowledges 'our time' coming to an end

Eight days from the end of his presidency, President Trump expressed no regret for his comments last week ahead of a riot and mob violence at the U.S.

Trump Says His Comments Before Capitol Riot Were 'Totally Appropriate' | WFUV

A defiant President Donald Trump insisted Tuesday his speech inciting the riot at the US Capitol was "totally appropriate" while at the same time calling for "no violence" in hisA defiant President Donald Trump insisted Tuesday his speech inciting the riot at the US Capitol was "totally appropriate" while at the same time calling for "no violence" in his

Defiant Trump denounces violence but takes no responsibility for inciting deadly riot | | kctv5.com

President Trump spoke to the media for the first time since Wednesday's riot, criticizing impeachment and calling for "no violence." Get today's latest.President Trump spoke to the media for the first time since Wednesday's riot, criticizing impeachment and calling for "no violence." Get today's latest.

Trump blasts impeachment effort, defends speech before riot; 15,000 National Guard to deploy to DC | National News | godanriver.com

The president made comments during his first appearance in public since the Capitol siege last week.The president made comments during his first appearance in public since the Capitol siege last week.

President Trump claims 25th Amendment is 'zero risk' to him

The Republican Party has devised its response to the push to impeach the president over his role in the attack on the Capitol last week, and it is so cynical as to shock the conscience.The Republican Party has devised its response to the push to impeach the president over his role in the attack on the Capitol last week, and it is so cynical as to shock the conscience.

Jamelle Bouie column: The bogusness of anti-impeachment Republicans - Daily Press

Party-switchers offer an early sign of the volatility ahead for the GOP as the party braces for political fallout of the riots that Trump incited.Party-switchers offer an early sign of the volatility ahead for the GOP as the party braces for political fallout of the riots that Trump incited.

Early warning signs emerge for GOP after US Capitol riots