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Officer Michael Fanone has said for weeks that he wanted to meet with McCarthy, who has opposed a commission and remained loyal to former President Donald Trump. Trump supporters clash with D.C. Metropolitan Police Officer Michael Fanone at the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6, 2021. Brian Sicknick collapsed and died after engaging with the mob; a medical examiner ruled that he died of natural causes. Seven people died during and after the rioting, including Babbitt and three other Trump supporters who died of medical emergencies. In addition to Sicknick, two police officers died by suicide in the days that followed.
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Taiwan, U.S. to hold long-stalled trade talks next week
  + stars: | 2021-06-25 | by ( Reuters Staff | ) sentiment -0.96   time to read: +2 min
TAIPEI (Reuters) - Taiwan and the United States will hold trade talks next week, the de facto U.S. embassy in Taipei said on Friday, resuming long-stalled discussions as Washington seeks to deepen its support for the Chinese-claimed island. FILE PHOTO: Flags of Taiwan and U.S. are placed for a meeting in Taipei, Taiwan March 27, 2018. The Office of the U.S. Trade Representative and Taiwan’s Office of Trade Negotiations will serve as the “chief consultants” for the talks, it added. Taiwan had been cautiously optimistic about resuming the high level trade talks with Washington this year after U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken signalled a possible resumption this month. While Taiwan is a member of the World Trade Organization, many countries are wary of signing trade deals with the tech powerhouse fearing objections from China, though Taiwan does have free trade deals with Singapore and New Zealand.
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WASHINGTON — Vice President Kamala Harris, after weeks of pressure from her political opponents, will visit the U.S.-Mexico border Friday, as part of her role addressing the root causes of migration. "[Harris' trip to the border] is really about building on the work that she has been doing. Republicans criticized Harris' decision to visit El Paso rather than other parts of the state like, the Rio Grande Valley, which see significantly more border crossings. Although partisan politics are likely to hang over Harris' trip Friday, she will also be forced to confront major policy issues. Rohini Kosoglu, domestic policy adviser to the vice president and one of Harris' longest serving aides, said that Harris "has spent her career fighting for immigrants."
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Rudy Giuliani was suspended from practicing law in New York over statements he made about the election on Thursday. His son Andrew Giuliani took to a parking lot to release a statement in defense of his father. The video was reminiscent of another Giuliani parking lot moment: Rudy's appearance at Four Seasons Total Landscaping. Andrew Giuliani, son of former New York mayor Rudy Giuliani, had some things to say about his father's recent troubles — and a vaguely familiar place from which to say them. The statement was reminiscent of an infamous press conference given by Rudy from another remarkable parking lot.
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Trump made a statement on Thursday in support of his former personal lawyer Rudy Giuliani. Trump called Giuliani the "Eliot Ness" of his generation, and "one of the greatest crime fighters" in the US. Giuliani's license to practice law in New York was suspended after a court ruled he made false statements about the election. "Can you believe that New York wants to strip Rudy Giuliani, a great American Patriot, of his law license because he has been fighting what has already been proven to be a Fraudulent Election?" Trump also praised Giuliani, calling him the "Eliot Ness" of his generation and one of the "greatest crime fighters" the US has ever known.
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CNN obtained the excerpts which reportedly detail how top Gen. Mark Milley found himself as a voice of opposition. On multiple occasions, Trump reportedly suggested shooting protesters, according to the book. On multiple occasions inside the White House, Trump reportedly suggested shooting protesters. He also told members of his administration that he wanted the military to "beat the f--- out" of the protesters, CNN said, citing Bender's forthcoming book. "Well, shoot them in the leg — or maybe the foot," Trump reportedly said.
Persons: Mark Milley, Trump, rebuff, Donald Trump's, Michael Bender, Bender's, William Barr, Mark Milley Chip Somodevilla, Milley, Stephen Miller, Miller, Stephen, Mark Esper Organizations: CNN, Trump, Street, Joint Chiefs, Staff Locations: America, Washington
He seemed skeptical of arguments from lawyers for Rudy Giuliani, Mike Lindell, and Sidney Powell. Dominion sued Giuliani, Powell, and MyPillow in three separate lawsuits filed in January and February, each one alleging $1.3 billion in damages. Attorneys for Giuliani, Powell, and Lindell have submitted a wide variety of legal defenses in recent months asking Nichols to throw out the lawsuits. Joe Sibley, representing Giuliani, said Dominion couldn't show evidence it had lost government contracts because of the Trump lawyer's allegations. Aside from their federal lawsuits with Dominion, each of the conspiracy theorists faces other headaches.
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China listing frenzy in U.S. set to be boosted by Didi IPO
  + stars: | 2021-06-25 | by ( Scott Murdoch | ) + 0.00   time to read: +4 min
A woman rides a Didi shared bicycle past the headquarters of Didi Chuxing in Beijing, China November 20, 2020. The rush of listings happened despite continued political tension between the two countries under President Joe Biden, and the looming threat of U.S. kicking out Chinese companies if they fail to meet auditing standards. The biggest Chinese listing in the United States so far this year was Full Truck Alliance (YMM.N), sometimes referred to as "Uber for trucks", which raised $1.6 billion earlier this week. Technology deals accounted for 24% of Asia IPOs in the first half and prospect of more emerging in the second half remains strong, according to Refinitiv data. Reporting by Scott Murdoch in Hong Kong; Editing by Sumeet ChatterjeeOur Standards: The Thomson Reuters Trust Principles.
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Ghani and Abdullah spent Thursday discussing the situation in Afghanistan with lawmakers on Capitol Hill. The crisis has fueled grave concerns that the Taliban could regain power - two decades after the U.S.-led invasion ended their harsh version of Islamist rule – allowing a resurgence of al Qaeda. "The Pentagon and the intelligence community are saying it is very likely that al Qaeda will come roaring back. U.S. officials respond that the United States will be able to detect and thwart any new threats by al Qaeda or other Islamists. The Taliban insist al Qaeda is no longer in Afghanistan.
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Pence 'proud' of his Jan 6 actions despite criticism from Trump
  + stars: | 2021-06-25 | by ( ) + 0.00   time to read: +2 min
Former Vice President Mike Pence departs after the inauguration of U.S. President Joe Biden in Washington, U.S., January 20, 2021. Melina Mara/Pool via REUTERS/File PhotoWASHINGTON, June 24 (Reuters) - Former U.S. Vice President Mike Pence on Thursday said he was proud of his decision to approve the certification of Democrat Joe Biden's victory in the 2020 presidential race, pushing back against fierce criticism from former President Donald Trump. Some of the rioters on Jan. 6 chanted threats including "hang Mike Pence," who had refused Trump's request that he block certification of Biden's win, an authority the vice president did not have. "But the Constitution provides the vice president with no such authority." Trump did not attend the ceremony and has lashed out at Pence, saying that he lacked courage.
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Mike Pence said Thursday he was "proud" to do his Constitutional duty and certify the election. "There is almost no idea more un-American than the idea that one person could choose the president," Pence said. Some members of the mob believed the vice president could stop the certification, as Trump had claimed, and were chanting "Hang Mike Pence." "But the Constitution provides the vice president with no such authority before the joint session of Congress." Some Trump supporters still hold Pence accountable for certifying the election for President Joe Biden.
Persons: Mike Pence, Pence, Donald Trump, Trump, kingmaker, Insider's Tom LoBianco, Joe Biden, LoBianco Pence Organizations: Trump, Service, Reagan, Capitol, Republican, GOP Locations: Simi Valley , California, United States, Florida
If Trump were indicted and fled, he would go where there's no extradition treaty, legal experts say. The US would be in "uncharted territories" if it sought extradition of Trump, experts say. But the US and Russia have no extradition treaty or formal process through which a wanted person is arrested. Russian officials could agree to entertain Trump's application, which would trigger an international standoff between two countries with an already fraught relationship. If US authorities arrested Trump and won a criminal conviction against him, the former president's political career wouldn't necessarily stop there.
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Republicans are itching to conduct investigations of Hunter Biden if they win the majority in 2022. GOP inquiries would force the White House to play whack-a-mole with Hunter Biden accusations. Republicans are gearing up for a hot pursuit of Hunter Biden should they win a majority in Congress in the 2022 midterms. Republicans say they want to know more about Hunter Biden's ties to China and the Ukraine gas company Burisma. Johnson has this year sent at least four letters to federal law enforcement and intelligence agencies demanding answers on different Hunter Biden allegations, including on possible ties to "foreign nationals connected to the communist Chinese government"; unethical links to a Biden administration DOJ appointee; and an incident allegedly involving Hunter Biden and a firearm.
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Rudy Giuliani appeared on Newsmax Thursday to discuss the suspension of his New York legal license. He was it came because he was so effective at arguing for Trump's bogus election-fraud claims. Rudy Giuliani has claimed that the suspension of his license to practise law in New York was part of a plot to silence him because he was so effective at arguing former President Donald Trump's election-fraud claims. Giuliani appeared on the right-wing Newsmax network hours after an appelate court in New York suspended his law license on Thursday. In explaining the decision to suspend Giuliani's license, the New York court on Thursday cited his promotion of Trump's election-fraud conspiracy theories.
Persons: Rudy Giuliani, Donald Trump's, Giuliani, Democrat Hillary Clinton, Joe Biden's, Biden's Organizations: Democrat Party, Democrat, Trump, New, New York, Southern, of, New York City, FBI Locations: York, New York, America, Arizona, Georgia, Pennsylvania, New, of New York, Ukraine
A refresher: Hunter Biden came under intense scrutiny during the 2020 campaign over everything from his business dealings to his struggles with substance abuse. ": A bipartisan group of 21 senators and President Joe Biden reached a major breakthrough in negotiations for an infrastructure bill. "There ain't going to be an infrastructure bill unless we have the reconciliation bill passed by the United States Senate," House Speaker Nancy Pelosi said Thursday. Biden, too, said of the infrastructure bill: "If this is the only thing that comes to me, I'm not signing it." "Big crowds in the Great State of Ohio this weekend for the Trump rally," Trump wrote in a Wednesday night statement about his planned Saturday rally outside Cleveland.
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The insurrection at the Capitol on Jan. 6 failed. But at the state level, the Republican war on elections is posting startling wins. They are trying to do what Trump failed to do: neuter elections as a check on Republican power. [You can listen to this episode of “The Ezra Klein Show” on Apple, Spotify, Google or wherever you get your podcasts.] This is an example of what I’ve sometimes referred to as the “doom loop of democracy”: highly gerrymandered Republican state legislatures in key swing states passing legislation that gives them more power to discourage Democratic-leaning groups from voting, throw out legitimate votes and overturn election results — all of it backed up by Republican-dominated courts.
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Opinion | America Is Getting Meaner
  + stars: | 2021-06-25 | by ( Timothy Egan | ) sentiment -0.99   time to read: +1 min
Instead of talking about what ails me, he wanted to talk about what ails us. After much steam had been let off, I wanted to say, Enough with American vitals — what about my own? Almost 40 percent of Americans have little or no confidence in newspapers, according to Gallup’s annual surveys — up from 24 percent in 2000. But the “press,” where free speech and all its cacophonous chaos reside, has been a punching bag for some time. Diminished confidence in elections is among the worst of the many awful legacies of Donald Trump.
Persons: Fauci, , Donald Trump Organizations: Trust
Julian Assange's partner Stella Moris reacts after a court denied bail to WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange, outside the Westminster Magistrates Court in London, Britain January 6, 2021. REUTERS/Henry NichollsLONDON, June 25 (Reuters) - President Joe Biden must let Julian Assange go free if he wants the United States to become a beacon for a free press once again and put the legacy of Donald Trump behind it, the fiancée of the WikiLeaks founder told Reuters. "If Biden really wants to break with the Trump legacy, then he has to drop the case," Moris told Reuters in an interview. The U.S. Justice Department said in February it planned to continue to seek the extradition for Assange to face hacking conspiracy charges. "A superpower that has a free press is very different in nature from one that does not."
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Harris visits U.S.-Mexico border amid criticism from Republicans
  + stars: | 2021-06-25 | by ( Nandita Bose | ) + 0.00   time to read: +3 min
U.S. Vice President Kamala Harris delivers remarks at Clark Atlanta University in Atlanta, Georgia, U.S. June 18, 2021. It will be Harris' first visit to the border since becoming vice president five months ago. "The Vice President's trip to Guatemala and Mexico earlier this year was about the root causes, and this border visit is about the effects," Harris' spokesperson, Symone Sanders, said. During the trip, Harris said she would visit the border in the near future but was focused on "tangible results" and "opposed to grand gestures." As such, they are unlikely to stop their criticism of Biden's policies, even if Harris visits the border.
Persons: Kamala Harris, Jonathan Ernst WASHINGTON, Harris, Donald Trump, Symone Sanders, Theresa Cardinal Brown, Alejandro Mayorkas, Dick Durbin, Texas Veronica Escobar, Nandita Bose, Ted Hesson, Kieran Murray, Raju Gopalakrishnan Organizations: Clark Atlanta University, REUTERS, White, Reuters, Center, Department of Homeland Security, Democratic Representative, Thomson Locations: Atlanta , Georgia, U.S, Mexico, El Paso , Texas, Central America, Guatemala, California, United States, Washington, El Paso, Texas
Bender wrote Trump aide Stephen Miller and Gen. Mark Milley clashed as protests raged across the US. Milley told Miller to "shut the f--- up" after Miller said US cities were like war zones, the book said. Milley took issue with Miller's comments, Bender wrote, adding that Milley turned around in his seat, pointed his finger directly at Miller, and said: "Shut the f--- up, Stephen." Trump told his subordinates that he wanted to see law enforcement "getting physical" with protesters, Bender wrote, according to CNN. "That's how you're supposed to handle these people," Trump told top officials, according to Bender.
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Giuliani and Trump's deputy campaign manager clashed over challenging Georgia's results, book says. Giuliani said he was lying, and Clark called him a "f---ing a--hole," per the book. Justin Clark, the deputy campaign manager for former President Donald Trump, called Rudy Giuliani a "f---ing a--hole" in the Oval Office as they clashed over plans for a 2020 election recount, a new book cited by said. The episode took place on November 13, days after the election had been called for President Joe Biden but before Georgia's results were certified. Clark challenged Giuliani and said Georgia's results could not be contested before they were certified, and Giuliani then called him a "liar," the book said.
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Krebs also became famous for his long hair, subject of many tweets, some from famous people. Experts say Krebs could be a top "hairfluencer" with his primo example of a "surfer shag." Now that he's out of government, Krebs laughed about his famous hair in an interview with Insider. Actress and activist Mia Farrow tweeted about Krebs' hair. "Christopher Krebs' social media hair meme has become as well-known as his political career and cybersecurity expertise," says Alex Frolov, CEO of HypeAuditor, an AI analytics platform that helps companies with influencer marketing.
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That's the fastest increase since the early 1990s, reflecting the rapid pace of U.S. economic expansion and resulting price pressures. (CNBC)The bipartisan infrastructure compromise includes $579 billion in new spending, with $312 billion of those funds going to transportation projects such as roads, bridges and trains. The plan also puts $266 billion into nontransportation infrastructure, including power, water and broadband internet. He was convicted of second-degree unintentional murder, third-degree murder and second-degree manslaughter. Didi anticipates pricing shares between $13 and $14 each, which would value the company at more than $60 billion.
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Donald Trump's former lawyer and fixer addressed the ongoing criminal investigations into the Trump Organization on "Jimmy Kimmel Live" on Thursday. "They don't really need Weisselberg or Calamari, one of them will flip to save themselves. And once you get Calamari you don't need Weisselberg, when you get Weisselberg you don't need Calamari," he said. "But the truth it they don't need either of them because they have the documents to prove exactly the illegalities done by Trump." Trump has said that Cohen is a serial liar, and has denied any allegations of wrongdoing at the Trump Organization.
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WASHINGTON (Reuters) -The United States and the European Union could settle a dispute over U.S. tariffs on steel and aluminum by the end of the year, German Economy Minister Peter Altmaier said on Thursday, after a meeting with top U.S. trade official Katherine Tai. FILE PHOTO: German Economy Minister Peter Altmaier addresses a news conference in Berlin, Germany, April 27, 2021. John Macdougall/Pool via REUTERS/File PhotoAltmaier said he invited Tai to visit Berlin to continue the dialogue, and she had accepted. “In the steel and alumiminum sector I think a solution can be found by the end of the year,” he said. Washington may find it difficult to remove metals tariffs, which are backed by many U.S. metal producers and workers.
Persons: Peter Altmaier, Katherine Tai, John Macdougall, Altmaier, Tai, , Angela Merkel’s, , Davidson, Biden, Donald Trump, ” Altmaier Organizations: WASHINGTON, European Union, U.S, European, Harley, EU, World Trade Organization Locations: United States, Berlin, Germany, London, U.S, China . Washington
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