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Former President Donald Trump has started putting together the defense team for his historic second Senate impeachment trial, starting with hiring South Carolina-based lawyer Butch Bowers. Trump adviser Jason Miller, who announced the hiring on Twitter, said Bowers "is well respected by both Republicans and Democrats and will do an excellent job defending President Trump." Asked later about Trump's legal team, Graham told reporters: "Well, I think he's going to have a good one. Nikki Haley's attorney, Butch Bowers, addresses the South Carolina House Ethics Committee in Columbia on June 28, 2012. Mark Sanford when he faced impeachment in the South Carolina House in 2009.
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Rudy Giuliani said he is working on President Donald Trump's defense for his upcoming impeachment trial, according to ABC News. He also said he would not be opposed to Trump himself testifying during the Senate trial. Rudy Giuliani said he is working on President Donald Trump's defense for his upcoming impeachment trial, according to ABC News. "They basically claimed that anytime [Trump] says voter fraud, voter fraud — or I do, or anybody else — we're inciting to violence; that those words are fighting words because it's totally untrue," Giuliani told ABC. Giuliani and Trump have been spreading unsubstantiated claims of election and voter fraud since the president lost the 2020 election to President-elect Joe Biden in November.
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White House officials blame Rudy Giuliani for not one, but two impeachments of President Donald Trump, according to a report by The New York Times. The president was impeached over his role in the deadly Capitol riots, which were largely fueled by Trump supporters' unsubstantiated belief the election was "stolen," an idea Giuliani has strongly pushed. Though White House officials are reportedly angry with Giuliani, one of Trump's advisors tweeted on behalf of the president and praised the former mayor. White House officials blame Rudy Giuliani for not one, but two impeachments of President Donald Trump, according to a report by The New York Times. However, while Trump may be on the mend with Giuliani, White House officials are "universally angry" with Giuliani, according to The Times, for encouraging the president to take actions that led to both of his impeachments.
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"We're going to run heavy this week," Charney told CNBC on Thursday of the company's plan to run Mayfield's Progressive ads across networks, especially ViacomCBS. And according to advertising metrics data firm EDO, insurance ads in NFL games featuring the player outperform other ads. EDO uses analytics that track brand and product searches and sales when ads air, helping companies and networks determine ads' value during sporting events. This weekend, Progressive is hoping Mayfield's ads will bring a return on their investment through brand exposure and by driving more business. Informed of EDO's data, Rosner said he wasn't surprised the firms see a bump in searches around their business when their NFL ads appear.
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ET Live Updates: Police Investigating Whether Lawmakers Gave Mob Members Tour of Capitol Before Riot The Capitol Police are looking into whether members of Congress inappropriately gave visitors access to the Capitol ahead of last week’s assault. That means the trial will not effectively start until after Mr. Biden is sworn in on Wednesday, officials involved in the planning said. The latter option may be more appealing to Mr. Biden, but it could undercut Democrats’ argument that Congress must move urgently to impeach and try Mr. Trump. Speaking from Delaware on Thursday to introduce his sweeping economic plan, Mr. Biden urged lawmakers to come together and pass additional relief. Mr. Trump immediately seized on the investigation, using it as evidence to his false and discredited theories of widespread voter fraud.
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ET Live Updates: Police Investigating Whether Lawmakers Gave Rioters Tour of Capitol Before Siege The Capitol Police are looking into whether members of Congress inappropriately gave visitors access to the Capitol ahead of last week’s assault. But Mr. Lindell’s ability to walk into the Oval Office and meet with Mr. Trump underscored the type of conspiracy theorists who still appeal to Mr. Trump, so long as they are saying what he wants to hear. Everytown for Gun Safety is calling for a ban on firearms in state Capitol buildings, polling places and vote-counting sites. Mr. Trump immediately seized on the investigation, using it as evidence to his false and discredited theories of widespread voter fraud. Lawmakers hid under their desks from violent protesters after President Trump encouraged them during a rally to head to the Capitol.
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Capitol riot denialism is already here
  + stars: | 2021-01-14 | by ( Brian Stelter | Cnn Business | ) edition.cnn.com + 0.00   time to read: +6 min
Far-right personalities are trying to minimize the Capitol attack and divert blame away from President Trump. One of the Trump supporters, Ryan Wolfe, told Lavandera, "I believe that either foreign intelligence officers or local militant groups incited the conflict." The Antifa narrative, designed to exculpate the Trump supporters who ransacked the Capitol -- and also exonerate Trump for encouraging them -- has been debunked, yet it persists. "Without a teleportation device, it is impossible for somebody to have been at the president's speech and then at the Capitol," Kassam claimed on OAN. His so-called evidence: Some protesters were already at the Capitol while Trump was still speaking about a mile and a half away.
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The team around Trump is hollowed out, with the White House counsel's office not drawing up a legal defense plan and the legislative affairs team largely abandoned. WASHINGTON (AP) — His place in the history books about to be rewritten, President Donald Trump awaited his second impeachment — something no other president has faced — largely alone and silent. Trump kept out of sight in a nearly empty White House as impeachment proceedings played out at the heavily fortified Capitol. There were lawyers, White House messaging meetings, and a media blitz run by allies on conservative television, radio and websites. But there was no effort from the White House to line up votes in the president's defense.
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Trump's demoralized staff count down the final days
  + stars: | 2021-01-10 | by ( Jeff Mason | Steve Holland | ) www.reuters.com + 0.00   time to read: +4 min
The White House is reflected in a puddle days after supporters of U.S. President Donald Trump stormed the U.S. Capitol in Washington, U.S., January 10, 2021. As I said, many of us feel betrayed,” said one senior administration official at an agency outside the White House. They’re going to double down on this,” one former White House official said. He also will hold new Medal of Freedom ceremonies at the White House. Some in the White House see any move aimed at highlighting his perceived accomplishments as tone deaf.
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Hundreds of Twitter employees recently signed a letter urging Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey to ban the president for using the platform to incite violence in the wake of the Capitol siege. This was the second time in a week Twitter had taken action against the president’s account. Twitter removed three tweets that promoted conspiracy theories about the election and locked Trump’s account on Wednesday, citing “a risk of violence,” after a violent riot at the Capitol. But after his election in 2016, Trump told 60 Minutes correspondent Lesley Stahl, that as president he would use the platform differently. "I'm going to do very restrained, if I use it at all, I'm going to do very restrained," Trump said.
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If someone managed to sleep through the Trump years, and asked me what they'd missed, I'd start with "enemy of the people." Many times, in many influential corners of the mainstream media, there was an impulse to ignore Trump's attacks. "A whopping 78 percent of Republicans do NOT believe that Joe Biden was legitimately elected president," Paleologos wrote. Among those who trust Fox News, 16% said that Biden was elected legitimately and 83% said he was not. Biden was elected legitimately.
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CNN anchor Jake Tapper said on Sunday that he wouldn't book Trump insiders like the White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany because there's "no value" in interviewing them. "These are people that tell lies the way that most people breathe," Tapper said on CNN's "Reliable Sources." McEnany responded on Twitter, calling Tapper's comments a "therapy session for a broken network." CNN anchor Jake Tapper said on Sunday that he wouldn't book Trump insiders like White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany and Jason Miller, the Trump campaign's senior adviser, because there's "no value" in interviewing them. "These are people that tell lies the way that most people breathe," Tapper told the host, Brian Stelter.
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The Trump campaign shell company that helped hide $617 million in 2020 presidential campaign spending was almost exclusively a Trump family production, run in part by a top deputy to Eric Trump, Insider has learned. But when Lara Trump quit the board, Trump advisors familiar with AMMC did not assume her power had waned. It wasn't me," Parscale tweeted on Monday, pasting a photo of a spreadsheet of his budget for the Trump campaign. The Trump campaign never publicly disclosed Miller's campaign salary, just as it did not disclose the salaries of Guilfoyle and Lara Trump. By contrast, the nominal president of the Trump campaign shell company, Trump campaign chief financial officer Sean Dollman, was paid directly by the Trump campaign in publicly available payments disclosed to the FEC.
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Lamar Jackson Cramps, Comes Back and Saves the Ravens’ Season
  + stars: | 2020-12-15 | by ( Andrew Beaton | ) www.wsj.com + 0.00   time to read: +4 min
There were two minutes left in Monday night’s showdown between the Baltimore Ravens and Cleveland Browns when a game that had already been historic became historically nutty. That’s when Lamar Jackson scampered back onto the field after a lengthy absence to save Baltimore’s season. It then delved into the realm of the absurd amid rampant speculation on social media—and among his teammates—that Jackson left the game for an urgent trip to the restroom, which Jackson said wasn’t the case afterward. With about two minutes left, Jackson threw one touchdown and then led a drive that ended with a game-winning field goal. Photo: Jason Miller/Getty ImagesThat left Jackson with more than a minute to get arguably the best kicker in NFL history within striking distance.
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President Donald Trump is refusing to concede the presidential election, and said he plans to fight the results in court. The issue of whether to concede has divided Trump's inner circle, with some advising him to accept loss with dignity. Sen. Lindsey Graham: FightThe South Carolina senator has put his money where his mouth is, telling Sean Hannity's show that he had personally donated $500,000 to Trump's legal efforts. Rudy Giuliani: FightThe president's personal lawyer has been spearheading Trump's efforts to dispute the election results. "The President and his lawyers have made claims of criminality and widespread fraud, which they allege could impact election results.
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WASHINGTON — President Donald Trump's allies are preparing for the end of his legal fight over the election results well into December, even as they continue to push him to accept a conclusion to his presidency and make post-White House plans. "The legal challenges are continuing, but those close to the president, and frankly the president, understand they're futile," a senior administration official said. Trump's advisers are talking to him about what the end looks like — using the word "conclusion" rather than "concession." Trump's campaign announced Wednesday that it would pay $3 million for a partial recount in Wisconsin. Trump has continued to promote baseless conspiracy theories about election fraud, trying to undercut the credibility of the election.
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Trump meets with top election advisors as Biden's lead endures
  + stars: | 2020-11-11 | by ( Dan Mangan | ) www.cnbc.com sentiment -0.99   time to read: +2 min
U.S. President Donald Trump in the Cabinet Room at the White House in Washington, July 9, 2020. President Donald Trump met with his top election advisors on Wednesday as his chances for reversing an apparent win by President-elect Joe Biden in the race for the White House looked increasingly daunting. But the Electoral College vote, not the popular vote, determines who wins the White House. Every state, with the exceptions of Maine and Nebraska, award all of their electoral votes, which are equal to their number of congressional districts plus two, to the winner of their popular election votes. Trump is projected as of now to win 217 electoral votes.
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"I want to share with all of you that Joe Biden is on track to win this election and he will be the next president of the United States," said Biden campaign manager Jen O'Malley Dillon. But Trump's campaign, in its own press call, said the Republican incumbent will win those states, as well as Arizona and Nevada. Trump campaign official Jason Miller said, "There are anywhere between 1.2 to 1.4.million ballots yet to be counted in Pennsylvania. We know that there are outstanding ballots to be counted in Nevada's outlying Republican counties, and right now [Trump and Biden] are within 1% in Michigan and Wisconsin." Election Day on Tuesday ended without a clear winner being declared in any of the states highlighted during the press calls.
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(Reuters) - Coronavirus cases continued their grim climb in the United States on Sunday with Midwestern states experiencing record hospitalizations, as increasingly bitter rhetoric kept the virus front and center of campaigning two days before the presidential election. REUTERS/Jeenah Moon/File PhotoNearly 87,000 cases were reported on Saturday, with 909 deaths and record hospitalizations for the sixth straight day in the Midwest, according to a Reuters tally. In October, 31 states set records for increases in new cases, 21 for hospitalized COVID-19 patients and 14 for record increases in deaths. Trump’s false accusation Friday that doctors were profiting from COVID-19 deaths drew harsh criticism from the governor of the election battleground state of Wisconsin. Amid the acrimony, DeWine urged Americans to come together and fight what he called a war against a common enemy.
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ET 2020 Election Live Updates: More People Have Voted Early in Texas Than the State’s Entire 2016 Turnout President Trump canceled plans to appear at Trump International Hotel for an election night party. President Trump canceled plans to appear at the Trump International Hotel in Washington for an election night party. Joseph R. Biden Jr. and President Trump, accompanied by Melania Trump, both campaigned in Florida on Thursday. And Mr. Trump is answering critics who said his appeal was limited to those in his base who voted for him four years ago. The court’s more liberal members said the right to vote was important enough to justify letting federal judges alter state election rules.
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