Top related persons:
Top related locs:
Top related orgs:

Search resuls for: "Jim Jordan of"


11 mentions found


Widen After Impeachment Vote Some House Republicans have called on Representative Liz Cheney to resign from her leadership post after she voted to impeach President Trump. Representative Liz Cheney had issued a scathing statement the day before the impeachment vote repudiating President Trump. Mr. Biden will detail his proposal, which he and his economic team have been honing for weeks, in an evening speech in Delaware. “This nation also remains in the grip of a deadly virus and a reeling economy,” Mr. Biden said Wednesday. Far more of a party institutionalist, Mr. Biden has promised to rebuild state parties and deepen investments in the committee.
Persons: Liz Cheney, Trump, Joseph R, Biden, Cheney, Anna Moneymaker, Trump’s, Mr, Andy Biggs of, Jim Jordan of, Matt Gaetz, , Ms, , ” Mr, Gaetz, Fox News’s “ Hannity ”, “ Liz, Adam Kinzinger of, Kinzinger, Jordan, Kevin McCarthy of, Steve Scalise, impeaching Mr, McCarthy, , Dick Cheney —, Max Whittaker, Brian Deese, Biden’s, Deese, ” Alan Rappeport, President Trump, Jim Lo Scalzo, Kevin Seefried, Jake Angeli, Robert Keith Packer, Auschwitz ” sweatshirt, insurrectionists, Jacob Fracker, Thomas Robertson, Robertson, Garry Reid, Amr Alfiky, Michael D, Erin Schaff, Mitch McConnell of, McConnell, impeaching Trump, Catie Edmondson, Jaime Harrison, Lindsey Graham, Cameron Pollack, Harrison, Tom Perez, Jim Clyburn, Barack Obama, Lisa Lerer, Austin, John F, Kirby, Win Mcnamee, John, Kirby —, John Kerry, Chuck Hagel, Mike Mullen, Staff —, David L, Norquist, Lloyd J, Austin III, Ryan McCarthy, Kerry, Obama, Admiral Mullen, Hagel, Adriano Espaillat, Espaillat, Jacquelyn Martin, maskless Trump, Bonnie Watson Coleman, Pramila Jayapal, Brad Schneider, Ayanna S, Pressley, Emily Cochrane, Gabriela Bhaskar, Bernie Sanders, Vermont, Elizabeth Frantz, Sanders, we’ve, George W, Bush, Barack Obama’s, Alan Rappeport, Julia Letlow, Luke Letlow, Letlow, Ralph Abraham, Luke, Allen Guillory Sr, Sandra “ Candy ” Christophe, Glenn Thrush Organizations: Republicans, Security, Trump, Trump . Credit, The New York Times, House Republican Conference, Capitol, Fox, Freedom Caucus, Republican Party, Mr, Senate Republicans, Covid, National Economic Council, Reuters, Democrats, Congress, Justice Department, Confederate, Auschwitz, military’s, Chiefs, Staff, The Defense, Department of Defense, National Guard, New York Times, Democratic, Republican, Senate, S.C, Lindsey Graham . Credit, Democratic National Committee, South Carolina Democratic Party, Belt, U.S, Pentagon, Navy, Biden, Joint Chiefs, Politico, State Department, Joint Staff, Pfizer, Centers for Disease Control, Prevention, Moderna, Democrat, Secret Service, Amtrak, National Capital, , Committees, Congressional, Credit, Louisiana Republican, Louisiana’s Fifth, University of Louisiana Locations: Wyoming, Andy Biggs of Arizona, Jim Jordan of Ohio, Florida, Adam Kinzinger of Illinois, Kevin McCarthy of California, Louisiana, United States, Napa, Delaware, Rocky Mount, Va, Newark, Del, Wilmington, Mitch McConnell of Kentucky, Columbia, Lindsey Graham ., South Carolina, Arizona, Georgia, Army, Iran, Iraq, Afghanistan, Washington, New York, New Jersey, Illinois, Massachusetts, , Louisiana’s, Covid, Richland Parish, Monroe, Opelousas, Alexandria
“He should have immediately denounced the mob when he saw what was unfolding.” “These facts require immediate actions by President Trump,” he continued. A few Republicans defended him, but most others simply argued that a rush to impeach Mr. Trump without a hearing or an investigation raised constitutional questions. With Democrats controlling the House, Mr. Trump is expected to become the first American president to be impeached twice. Mayor Muriel Bowser of Washington sent a letter to Mr. Trump on Sunday asking for an emergency declaration to obtain additional funding for inauguration security. On Tuesday, a federal inspector general questioned an order to deliver the estimates before Mr. Trump leaves office, after whistle-blowers warned that the rush would imperil their accuracy.
Persons: Trump, Mitch McConnell, Jan, President Trump, , Anna Moneymaker, McConnell, Erin Schaff, Joseph R, Biden, Nancy Pelosi, Cedric L, Mr, Mitch McConnell of, Kevin McCarthy of, treaded, antifa, ” Mr, McCarthy, , Trump’s, Dan Newhouse, Mike Pence, Liz Cheney, Biden’s, Steny Hoyer, Jaime Raskin of, Adam B, Schiff, Hakeem Jeffires, “ Donald Trump, Steny H, Hoyer, “ I’ve, Ronald Reagan, George H.W, Bush, George Bush, Ilhan Omar, Cedric Richmond of, Joaquin Castro of, Jim Jordan of, “ It’s, It’s, I’ve, Tom McClintock of, Matt Gaetz, Guy Reschenthaler of, Reschenthaler, , Nancy Mace, Jaime Herrera Beutler, “ I’m, ” Nicholas Fandos, , T.J . Kirkpatrick, Hakeem Jeffries, grumbled, Jerrold Nadler, prevaricating, Pelosi, Zach Montague, Nicholas Fandos, Oliver Contreras, Pence, ” “, Jamie Raskin, Adam Kinzinger of, Dan Bishop, impeaching, Chip Somodevilla, John Katko, Trump “, Fred Upton of, Herrera Beutler, Newhouse, chiding, Glenn Thrush, Adam Schiff, Ms, Raskin, Diana DeGette of, David Cicilline, Joaquin Castro, Eric Swalwell of, Ted Lieu, Stacey Plaskett, Joe Neguse, Madeleine Dean of, Luke Broadwater, Ryan McCarthy, McCarthy’s, Muriel Bowser, Washington, ” Ms, Bowser, National Guard —, Helene Cooper, Samantha Power, Seth Wenig, Obama, Power, Barack, Trump doesn’t, Elizabeth Sherwood, Randall, Anne Neuberger, Neuberger, Jeffrey Wexler, John McCarthy, Steve Ricchetti, Zayn Siddique, Thomas Winslow, Lisa Kohnke, Sarah Feldmann, Christian Peele, Michael Leach, Leach, Eileen Sullivan, Donald J, Damon Winter, Tom Hanks, Kamala Harris, Ant Clemons, Jon Bon Jovi, Demi Lovato, Justin Timberlake, Presidential, Tom Daschle, Kenneth Lambert, Daschle, Susan Collins, New York —, Pennsylvania —, George W, Richard Gephardt of, Justin Sullivan, Peggy E, Gustafson, Steven Dillingham, Dillingham, you’ve Organizations: Trump, Capitol . Credit, The New York Times, National Guard, Capitol, impeaching, Democrats, Republicans, Republican, Mr, Washington State, IF ARTICLE, Democratic, Senate, Trump mob, Jaime Raskin of Maryland, , Maryland, Democrat, Biden White, U.S . House, ., magnetometers, Capitol Visitors Center, ” Lawmakers, Armed National Guard, The, White, Fox News, Lawmakers, impeaching Trump, Trump . Credit, Trump loyalists, United States Capitol, Washington, The New York, Capitol Police, Intelligence Committee, Committee, University’s Washington College of Law, Air Force, Pentagon, The New York Times National Guard, Defense, Defense Department, . Defense, United Nations, United States Agency for International Development ., Associated, United States Agency for International Development, National Security Council, Security Council, Times, Biden, National Security Agency, Russia Small, Management, Administration, . Management, Chicago Bears, Texas Tech football, New York Times, ABC, CBS, CNN, NBC, MSNBC, Facebook, YouTube, Twitter, Presidential, Convention, Flags, stoke, Maine Republican, America, Bureau, Commerce, Census, American Locations: California, Richmond of Louisiana, Mitch McConnell of Kentucky, Kevin McCarthy of California, Wyoming, United States, America, New York, Minnesota, Cedric Richmond of Louisiana, Joaquin Castro of Texas, Jim Jordan of Ohio, Tom McClintock of California, Florida, Guy Reschenthaler of Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Rosa Parks, York, Washington, Maryland, Adam Kinzinger of Illinois, North Carolina, Republic, Fred Upton of Michigan, Diana DeGette of Colorado, Rhode Island, Eric Swalwell of California, Ted Lieu of California, Virgin, Colorado, U.S, Europe, Moscow, South Dakota, , Pennsylvania, Richard Gephardt of Missouri, Texas, Missouri
The GOP lawmakers defending Trump cited one line from his January 6 speech as purported evidence that he did not provoke the Capitol siege. House Republicans on Wednesday repeatedly pointed to this line in defense of Trump, emphasizing that the president used the word "peacefully." They ignored how the rest of Trump's speech was an incitement to riot, and cancelled out the brief moment the president called for peaceful demonstrations. The speech riled up Trump's supporters, who subsequently swarmed the Capitol. Trump's supporters could be heard chanting "hang Mike Pence" amid the riot.
Persons: Donald Trump, Trump, Joe Biden, Tom McClintock, McClintock, Jim Jordan of, Kevin McCarthy, " McCarthy, McCarthy, Mike Pence, Trump's, baselessly, Biden, they've Organizations: Republicans, GOP, Capitol, White, Trump, Electoral, Republican, Twitter, Department, Wednesday Locations: California, Jim Jordan of Ohio, Trump, Washington
President Donald Trump on Monday awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom to one of his staunchest Republican allies, Rep. Jim Jordan of Ohio, in a private ceremony. WASHINGTON (AP) — President Donald Trump on Monday awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom to Ohio Rep. Jim Jordan, one of the outgoing president's fiercest GOP allies. The White House in a statement noted Jordan "led the effort to confront the impeachment witch hunt" last year. Last week, Trump awarded the Medal of Freedom to another Republican ally, Rep. Devin Nunes of California, in a private ceremony. The White House did not immediately respond to a request for comment on why it was holding the ceremony without the media present.
Persons: Donald Trump, Jim Jordan of, Jordan, Jim Jordan, Trump, He's, John F, Kennedy, Devin Nunes, Democrat Joe Biden Organizations: Republican, Trump, Capitol, Democrats, Ohio Rep, GOP, White, Congress, College, Democrat Locations: Jim Jordan of Ohio, House, WASHINGTON, Ohio, Devin Nunes of California
Microsoft CEO Brad Smith on Monday signed an open letter urging Congress to certify President-elect Joe Biden's election win, and said in a statement that Microsoft believes in the "peaceful transition of power" and "democratic principles." Microsoft employees publicly weighed in, saying that Microsoft should stop funding political candidates who undermine those principles. One employee pointed out that the Microsoft's lobbying vehicle MSPAC in May donated to a senator who said he plans to oppose Congress' certification of Biden's win. Microsoft president Brad Smith on Monday signed an open letter from 170 business leaders urging Congress to certify Joe Biden's electoral college win, which is due to take place on Wednesday. "At Microsoft we believe a healthy business community depends on our Constitution, the rule of law, and the peaceful transition of power.
Persons: Brad Smith, Joe Biden's, Donald Trump, Joe Biden —, Joe, Smith, Jake Friedman, Jim Jordan of, Brandon Paddock, MSPAC, Steve Daines, Cynthia Lummis, Roger Marshall, Mike O'Neill, he'd, O'Neill, Democrat — Organizations: Monday, Microsoft, Republican Party of Texas, Fox News, CNBC, Republican, Democrat, Big Tech, Business Locations: Jim Jordan of Ohio
ET Live Updates: Georgia Official Blasts Trump for Repeating Falsehoods on Eve of Two Critical Senate Runoffs It was like “Groundhog Day,” a top election official said of once again having to debunk President Trump’s baseless claims of election fraud. Gabriel Sterling, a top election official in Georgia, delivered a scathing refutation on Monday of President Trump’s false claims of voter fraud. “I wanted to scream,” he said of his reaction to the call between Mr. Trump and Mr. Raffensperger. There are also concerns about the potential for Mr. Trump to use Monday’s appearance to mostly talk about himself, particularly after the release of a recording of a call between Mr. Trump and the state’s top elections official. Mr. Nunes received the honor in a ceremony on Monday, and Mr. Trump is likely to bestow it upon Mr. Jordan next week.
Persons: , Joe Biden’s, Kelly Loeffler, , , Gabriel Sterling, Trump’s, , Erik S Lesser, Mr, Sterling, , Don’t, Brad Raffensperger, Trump, Raffensperger, Joseph R, Biden, weren’t, “ I’ve, Ron, Maggie Astor, Michael Holahan, Biden Jr, Loeffler, Ms, David Perdue, Perdue, Johnny Isakson, Enrique Tarrio, Victor J, The New York Times WASHINGTON —, Tarrio, Donald J, counterprotesters, Elise Stefanik, Cindy Schultz, Mike Gallagher of, Kelly Armstrong of, Ken Buck, Ken Buck of Colorado, Thomas Massie of, Tom McClintock of, Chip Roy, Texas, Nancy Mace, Stefanik, William P, Barr, Liz Cheney, Shelley Moore Capito, Doug Mills, Laurence D . Fink, BlackRock, Logan Green, John Zimmer of Lyft, Brad Smith, Albert Bourla, James Zelter, Mitch McConnell, Thomas J, Donohue, Pence, Mike Pence, Elijah Nouvelage, ” Mr, Jon Ossoff, Raphael Warnock, Eileen Sullivan, Astead, Herndon, ’ Jon Ossoff, who’s, David Purdue, Chang W, Lee, New York Times Jon Ossoff, runoffs, Ossoff, Georgia’s, “ Let’s, Hillary Drummond Simpson, ” “ I’m, Verdailia Turner, Turner, haven’t, John F, Banzhaf, George Stephanopoulos, Fani Willis, Jeff DiSantis, Willis, DiSantis, Christopher M, Carr, Richard Fausset, Devin Nunes, Stefani Reynolds, Jim Jordan of, Nunes, Jordan, Nicholas Fandos, Brynn Anderson, Leigh Ann Webster, impartially, Matthew T, Sanderson, Rand Paul of Kentucky, Rick Perry, Ryan Germany, JID, Nicole Craine, November’s, Bryson Henriott, Leslie Vinjamuri, Patrick Chevallereau, Laurence Nardon, James N, Mattis, Mark, Dick Cheney, Barack Obama, George W, Bush, Bill Clinton, George Bush, Gerald R, Ford —, Michael T, Flynn, ” Nancy Pelosi, Nancy Pelosi, Anna Moneymaker, Pelosi, gunning, Kevin McCarthy of, Jake Sullivan, Vladimir V, Putin, Sullivan, Sullivan’s Organizations: Georgia Official, Trump, ’ Top, Democrat, State Senate, Credit, Mr, Georgia, Augusta Regional Airport, ., Augusta, Associated Press, Electoral, Electoral College, Georgia Republicans, , Georgia Senate, 116th, The New York Times WASHINGTON, Metropolitan Police, Metropolitan Police Department, Justice Department, District of Columbia, Washington , D.C, Washington Post, Asbury United Methodist Church, Pro, Republicans, Biden’s, The New York Times Republicans, Tom McClintock of California, Congress, Republican, Twitter, New York Times, Monday, Microsoft, Pfizer, Apollo Global Management, Business, Partnership, New, U.S . Chamber of Commerce, Getty, Democratic, Fox News, Senate, Georgia Federation of Teachers, George Washington University, The Times, Russell Senate, Capitol, The New York Times, White, Democrats, House Intelligence, Associated, The Washington Post, The New York Times ATLANTA, . College Republicans, GeorgiaVotes.com, University of Georgia, College Republicans, Chatham House, Republican Party, House Republicans, Biden’s Electoral College, Wednesday, North America, French Institute of International Relations, Defense Department, The Washington, Governors, , “ Civilian, Pentagon, The New York Times WASHINGTON — Democrats, Washington, Kremlin, CNN, United Nations Locations: Georgia, ’ Georgia, ’ Top Georgia, United States, Tuesday’s, Augusta , Ga, Washington, U.S, Washington ,, ” Washington, Queensbury, Glens Falls , NY, Mike Gallagher of Wisconsin, Kelly Armstrong of North Dakota, Ken Buck of, Thomas Massie of Kentucky, South Carolina, New York, West Virginia, Wilmington, Del, New York City, Columbus , Ga, Milner, Democratic Atlanta, Dalton, Georgia’s, Eatonton, Conyers, Atlanta, ” Georgia, Shutterstock Georgia, Fulton County, . Credit, Devin Nunes of California, Jim Jordan of Ohio, Ukraine, Russia, Texas, Stonecrest, The New York Times BRUSSELS, British, French, RUSI, London, Paris, California, Kevin McCarthy of California, Iran, Tehran
ET Presidential Transition Live Updates: House Pushes Senate to Approve $2,000 Stimulus Checks Senator Chuck Schumer of New York, the Democratic leader, said he would try to use a procedural maneuver to pass the bill on the Senate floor today. After voting to advance $2,000 stimulus checks, the House pushes for a quick Senate vote. She will receive her shot on camera, just as Mr. Biden did last week. Speaking last week in Delaware, Mr. Biden nonetheless offered a sober warning about what lies ahead. On Monday, hours before the House of Representatives voted to advance the $2,000 stimulus checks demanded by Mr. Trump, Mr. Ossoff tweeted, “@Perduesenate, when will you commit to $2,000 relief checks for Georgians?
Persons: Chuck Schumer, Joe Biden, Kamala Harris, Al Drago, Trump, , , ” Mr, Schumer, Mitch McConnell of, Bernie Sanders, Steve Scalise, Jim Jordan of, Kevin Brady of Texas, Brady, Marco Rubio, Joseph R, Biden, Amr Alfiky, Harris’s, Douglas Emhoff, Mr, Harris, Trump’s, “ I’m, John Moore, Mac Thornberry, Orange, Jon Ossoff, Raphael Warnock, Nicole Craine, Kelly Loeffler, David Perdue, — Jon Ossoff, Raphael Warnock —, “ David Perdue, Ossoff, Warnock, Perdue, Loeffler, Warnock — Organizations: Democratic, Credit, The New York Times, Republicans, Republican, Trump, New, ., New York Times, Pfizer, BioNTech, Covid, The, House Armed Services Committee, American, Democrats, Georgia Senate, Georgia Senate runoffs, Sunday, Capitol, Mr Locations: New York, Mitch McConnell of Kentucky, Vermont, Louisiana, Jim Jordan of Ohio, Florida, Wilmington, Del, Delaware, United States, Afghanistan, Texas, Vietnam, Germany, Georgia, Stonecrest, DeKalb County, Atlanta, Dalton , Ga
Congressman-Elect From Louisiana Dies of Virus California extended its stay-at-home orders. Earlier Tuesday, Vice President-elect Kamala Harris received her first dose of the coronavirus vaccine. Moderna will give its Covid-19 vaccine to its workers, board members and some relatives. Over the weekend, Bulgaria received its first shipment of 9,750 doses of the coronavirus vaccine. The Texas prisoners were asking the court to order officials to act to prevent the spread of the virus, Mr. Chavez said.
Persons: Luke Letlow, Melinda Deslatte, Letlow, Garret Graves, , ” Mr, Andrew Bautsch, Bautsch, G.E . Ghali, Ralph Abraham, Julia, Jeremiah, Jacqueline, Nancy Pelosi, Louisianian, Kevin McCarthy, Luke Letlow’s, ” Gov, John Bel Edwards, Edwards, Mike Johnson, Luke, Bobby Jindal, Jindal, , Ballotopedia, David Dean Andahl, Dave, Andrew Testa, Vladimir V, Putin, Viktor Orban, Sinopharm, Giuseppe Conte of, Benjamin Mueller, Rebecca Robbins, Sui, Lee Wee, Andrew Higgins, Alex Welsh, Mark Ghaly, Ghaly, Gavin Newsom, David Zalubowski, Jared Polis, Polis, Mr, William Hanage, Bryan Pietsch, Ariana Drehsler, Daniel Griffin, Dr, Griffin, Michael Mina, ” Joe Biden, Biden, Coronavirus, Joseph R, , Trump, we’ve, Amr Alfiky, “ It’s, Kamala Harris, Harris’s, Douglas Emhoff, Thomas Kaplan, Thomas Peter, Liu Jingzhen, Tao Lina, Tao, Liu Yi, Amber Wang, Elsie Chen, Cody O'Loughlin, Ray Jordan, Jordan, vaccinating, Moderna, Albert Bourla, Amy Rose, Ms, Rose, Dmitry Serebryakov, Rosstat, Tatiana Golikova, McConnell, Chuck Schumer, Mitch McConnell, ” Sen, Al Drago, Mitch McConnell of, President Trump, clamored, Trump’s, Schumer, Kelly Loeffler, David Perdue, Marco Rubio, Josh Hawley of, Lindsey Graham of, Steve Scalise, Jim Jordan of, Kevin Brady of Texas, Brady, Harris, Joe, It’s, ” Ms, Taamisha Meyers, Babacar Campbell, Isseu Diouf Campbell, James Estrin, Margaret Keenan, Jonny Weeks Margaret Keenan, Keenan, Romell, Broom, Tryna Middleton, Adele Shank, Tim Sweeney, Lawrence Wright, Deborah L, Anthony S, Barney S, Graham, Ebony Hilton, Virginia anesthesiologist, Wright, John Hersey’s “, Hannah Arendt’s “ Eichmann, Mark Danner’s “, El, David Remnick, National Institutes of Health immunologist, Piroschka Van De Wouw, Mark Rutte, Denmark’s, Mette Frederiksen, Jason Gutierrez, Jennifer Jett, Livia Albeck, Sameer Yasir, frankfurter, Angus, ” Mariya Sharkova, Desislava Nikolova, Kostadin Angelov, Angelov, Sharkova, Jim Wilson, Thomas Fuller, Cookie Clark, Clark, we’re, Loretta Jones, Christopher Michael, Frederick, Jones, Cheriss, Grenderline Etheridge, Ricardo Nagaoka, Stacie Beckerman, Juan Chavez, Chavez, Bonnie Grady, Matthew Yurkovich, Grady Organizations: of Virus, Hospitals, Republican, Congressional District, Health, United States House, , Louisiana, Congressional, Mr, Representatives, State, of, Oxford, AstraZeneca, The New York Times, University of Oxford, Sputnik, Pfizer, BioNTech, Gamaleya National Research Institute of Epidemiology, European Union, Beijing Institute of Biological, Calif, San, Riverside Counties, Denver . Credit, Harvard University, , Officials, Providence St, Mary Medical Center, Columbia University, Food and Drug Administration, Harvard, of Public Health, Trump, Credit, New York Times, Moderna, United States, Centers for Disease Control, Reuters, Regulators, Beijing Institute of Biological Products, Shanghai Center for Disease Control, The New York Times Moderna, CNBC, ., Associated Press, Kremlin, Democrat, Democrats, The New York, YouTube, Facebook, Senate, Republicans, United Medical Center, American Academy of Pediatrics, of Columbia, London School of Hygiene, Tropical Medicine, Technicians, . Ohio Department of Rehabilitation, Ohio Department of Rehabilitation, Correction, Franklin Medical Center, White, Yorker, John Hersey’s “ Hiroshima ”, National Institutes of Health, Medical, Maastricht University Medical, CBS, U.S . Forces, . South, Twitter, European Center for Disease Prevention, Bulgarian, Capital, Clarks, Travis Air Force Base, University of California, Eastern Oregon Correctional Institution, Oregon Department of Corrections, Correctional Locations: of Virus California, United States, England, Louisiana, Covid, Louisiana’s, Garret Graves of Louisiana, America, Shreveport, La, Monroe, Baton Rouge, , Congress, Minnesota, New, North Dakota, Britain, China, Oxford, Russia, Belarus, Argentina, Moscow, Hungary, Serbia, Canada, Mexico, Giuseppe Conte of Italy, California, San Bernardino, California’s, Central Valley, Southern California, San Joaquin Valley, San Joaquin, Los Angeles County, Greater Sacramento, Sacramento, Bay, Orange, U.S, Colorado, Elbert County, Denver ., Denver, United Kingdom, Japan, Spain, France, India, Apple Valley, Calif, New York, Chan, Wilmington, Del, United, Beijing, Colombia, Cambridge, The Massachusetts, Russian, Europe, Italy, Mitch McConnell of Kentucky, Georgia, Marco Rubio of Florida, Josh Hawley of Missouri, Lindsey Graham of South Carolina, Jim Jordan of Ohio, Washington, Southeast Washington, Delaware, Harlem, of Columbia , Puerto Rico, Guam, Coventry, Ohio, Cleveland, an Ohio, Columbus, Virginia, John Hersey’s “ Hiroshima, Jerusalem ”, El Salvador, Al Qaeda, Maastricht, Netherlands, Queensland, Australia, South Africa, Brisbane, South Korea, U.S . Forces Korea, Denmark, Philippines, Venezuela, Bulgaria, Bulgarian, OAKLAND, San Francisco Bay, Golden, Oakland, Oakdale, Sierra Nevada, Berkeley, Grenderline, Black, Oregon, Eastern, Pendleton, Texas, Ontario, Snake
ET Transition Live Updates: House Votes to Increase Size of Stimulus Checks The move advanced a demand by President Trump to raise stimulus payments to $2,000 from $600. RIGHT NOW The House voted to advance $2,000 stimulus checks demanded by Trump. “There is no good reason for Senate Republicans to stand in the way.” It is unlikely that Senate Republicans, many of whom have opposed the measure, would allow such a move. After calling the pandemic relief bill a ‘disgrace,’ President Trump abruptly signs it. The signing was a sudden reversal for President Trump, who last week appeared poised to derail the bill.
Persons: Trump, Al Drago, President Trump, , Nancy Pelosi, , Mitch McConnell of, Steve Scalise, Jim Jordan of, Kevin Brady of Texas, ” Mr, Brady, Chuck Schumer, Schumer, Marco Rubio, Mac Thornberry, Greg Nash, Trump’s, Thornberry, Kevin McCarthy of, Biden, Joseph R, Amr Alfiky, Mr, Kamala Harris, ” “, Yohannes Abraham, Christopher C, Miller, Abraham, The Defense Department won’t, Mark T, Kashyap Patel, Miller’s, Michael Crowley, Erin Scott, Patrick J, Toomey, Jon Ossoff, Audra Melton, The New York Times Jon Ossoff, John Lewis, Ossoff, Hank Johnson, Johnson’s, David Perdue, Perdue’s, Raphael Warnock, pare, Perdue, Kelly Loeffler, Warnock, Reid J, Epstein, Jennifer Bryant, Stephen Patterson, , Melissa Martinez, Bryant, Ms, Nelson D, Schwartz Organizations: Trump, The, Trump . House Democrats, Credit, The New York Times, Republicans, Republican, Democratic, Democrats, National Defense, Capitol, House Armed Services Committee, Defense Department, Department of Defense, Management, New York Times, Biden, Pentagon, The Defense Department, Sunday, White, Covid, Fox News, House Democrats, Georgetown, U.S . Senate, Republican Senate, , Twitter Locations: United States, California, Mitch McConnell of Kentucky, Louisiana, Jim Jordan of Ohio, New York, Florida, Texas, Congress, Kevin McCarthy of California, irresponsibility, Wilmington, Del, Russia, Pennsylvania, Georgia, England, U.S, Atlanta, Westminster, Colo
At least one member of the House and one member of the Senate must both move to challenge a state's electors in writing. If no members raise an objection to a state's electors, that states' slate of electors is accepted. Lawmakers cannot challenge all the electoral votes cast throughout the entire country or for a given candidate altogether. If they wish to challenge multiple states' electors, as Brooks has indicated he is interested in doing, they must challenge each state individually. If the group challenges multiple states' electors, the process could drag on until the next day, which the ECA provides for.
Persons: Joe, Mike Pence, Jody Hice, Donald Trump, Axios, Mo Brooks, Andy Biggs of, Matt Gaetz, Marjorie Taylor Greene, Jim Jordan of, Scott Perry, Scott Perry of Pennsylvania, Louie Gohmert of, Trump, Joe Biden, Hice, John Boehner of Ohio, Susan Walsh, isn't, Pence, Biden, Tommy Tuberville, Mitch McConnell, Brooks, it's, John Thune of, Stephanie Tubbs Jones, Sen, Barbara Boxer, George W, Bush, Jones Organizations: Republicans, Electoral College, Axios, Politico, Trump, White, District of Columbia, Biden, Electoral, Chamber, Capitol, AP, 117th, Senate, Republican, GOP, ECA, National Task Force, Congressional Research Service, John Thune of South Dakota, CNN, Democratic, Stephanie Tubbs Jones of Ohio, House Locations: Georgia, Mo Brooks of Alabama, Andy Biggs of Arizona, Florida, Marjorie Taylor Greene of Georgia, Jim Jordan of Ohio, Scott Perry of, Louie Gohmert of Texas, Ohio, Washington, DC, Alabama, John Thune of South, Stephanie Tubbs Jones of
Democratic U.S. presidential nominee and former Vice President Joe Biden speaks during a campaign stop in Atlanta, Georgia, October 27, 2020. Following November's election, the initial makeup of the Senate is 50 Republicans, 46 Democrats and two independents who caucus with the Democrats. With 51 votes in the Senate, Biden could realistically hope to enact some of his most sweeping (and expensive) domestic policy proposals, including a massive green jobs program. The Biden campaign has not yet released the details of Tuesday's event, but during the final weeks of the presidential campaign Biden held drive-in rallies which attracted large crowds and kept people at a safe distance from one another. And you say, 'Well, we're not going to [vote],'" Trump said.
Persons: Joe Biden, Brian Snyder, Jon Ossoff, Raphael Warnock, Warnock, Republican Sens, David Perdue, Kelly Loeffler, Ossoff, Kamala Harris, Biden, Perdue, Georgia hasn't, Jessica McGowan, haven't, Barack Obama, Obama, they've, Donald Trump, Marco Rubio, Rick Scott of, Tom Cotton of, Joni Ernst of Iowa, Marsha Blackburn of, Bill Hagerty, Jim Jordan of, Sen, Steve Daines, Sarah Palin, , Trump, Melania Trump, Jonathan Ernst, we're, Brian Kemp, Dustin Chambers Organizations: Democratic U.S, Reuters WASHINGTON —, Democratic, Republican, U.S . Senate, Republicans, Democrats, Senate, Getty, Ossoff, Biden, Loeffler, Sens, Alaska Gov, Trump, Republican U.S, Reuters, Georgia, U.S, Valdosta Regional Airport Locations: Atlanta , Georgia, Georgia, Washington, Marietta , Georgia, Perdue, Rick Scott of Florida, Tom Cotton of Arkansas, Marsha Blackburn of Tennessee, Tennessee, Jim Jordan of Ohio, Montana, Valdosta , Georgia, U.S, Valdosta
Total: 11