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RIYADH (Reuters) - A Saudi appeals court has nearly halved a six-year jail sentence handed to a U.S.-Saudi physician whose case has been closely followed by Washington and suspended the rest of his term, court documents showed, meaning he will not have to serve any more time in prison. The appeals court’s verdict cut his jail sentence to 3.2 years and reduced the travel ban to 38 months, according to the documents dated Jan. 14 and seen by Reuters. Fitaihi will not have to serve any more jail time as the appeals court took into account time served and suspended the remainder, the documents showed. The appeals court upheld the conviction on those charges which were listed in the documents. Last month, a Saudi court sentenced prominent women’s rights activist Loujain al-Hathloul to nearly six years in prison.
Persons: Walid al, Fitaihi, Prince Mohammed bin Salman’s, Joe Biden, Biden, , Prince Mohammed, Donald Trump, Jamal Khashoggi, Loujain Organizations: Reuters, Saudi, Muslim Brotherhood Locations: RIYADH, U.S, Saudi, Washington, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, Red Sea, Jeddah
A woman pretending to be “part of the presidential cabinet” was arrested at an inauguration checkpoint in Washington, D.C., on Saturday morning. Linda Magovern, 63, was charged with impersonation of a law enforcement officer, failure to obey and fleeing a law enforcement officer after she presented herself at the checkpoint while in a car, NBC Washington reports. Magovern displayed “a round metallic object later identified as a Military Police Challenge Coin,” and said she was part of law enforcement, according to a police report. DC police did not return a request for comment and it was not immediately clear if Magovern has an attorney. Police on Friday arrested a man with an unregistered gun and hundreds of rounds of ammo at at an inauguration checkpoint.
Persons: , Linda Magovern, Magovern, Joe Biden Organizations: Washington , D.C, NBC, Military, NBC News, Officers, DC, Capitol, National Guard, Police Locations: Washington ,, NBC Washington
Biden will wait for recommendation on sharing secrets with Trump
  + stars: | 2021-01-17 | by ( Reuters Staff | ) sentiment -1.00   time to read: +2 min
FILE PHOTO: U.S. President-elect Joe Biden answers a question as he announces members of economics and jobs team at his transition headquarters in Wilmington, Delaware, U.S., January 8, 2021. REUTERS/Kevin LamarqueWASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. President-elect Joe Biden will wait for a recommendation from his intelligence advisers on whether to share classified information with President Donald Trump after the Republican leaves office, Biden’s top aide said on Sunday. Ron Klain, the incoming White House chief of staff, made the comment after former principal deputy director of national intelligence, Sue Gordon, wrote an op-ed arguing against sharing such information with Trump once he has left the presidency. “We’ll certainly look for a recommendation from the intelligence professionals in the Biden administration ... and we will act on that recommendation,” he said. Democratic House Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff was more blunt, telling CBS’ “Face The Nation” program, “I don’t think he can be trusted with it.”
Persons: Joe Biden, Kevin Lamarque WASHINGTON, Donald Trump, Ron Klain, Sue Gordon, Trump, — Joe Biden, ” Gordon, Trump won’t, , Klain, CNN’s, Biden, , Gordon, Adam Schiff Organizations: REUTERS, Republican, White, , Washington Post, Union, Democratic House Intelligence, CBS Locations: Wilmington , Delaware, U.S, Washington, CNN’s “ State
Fauci says 100 million vaccinations in 100 days 'absolutely a doable thing'
  + stars: | 2021-01-17 | by ( Brad Heath | ) sentiment -0.55   time to read: +2 min
REUTERS/Cheriss MayWASHINGTON (Reuters) - President-elect Joe Biden’s goal of delivering 100 million doses of COVID-19 vaccine within the first 100 days of his presidency “is absolutely a doable thing,” Anthony Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, said on Sunday. Fauci, speaking on NBC’s “Meet The Press”, said two new vaccines under development by AstraZeneca and Johnson & Johnson could “very soon” be presented to U.S. regulators for approval, which would increase the pace of vaccinations. About 10.6 million Americans have so far been vaccinated, about half as many as President Donald Trump’s administration hoped would have received injections by the end of 2020. Biden has said ramping up the pace of vaccinations will be one of his top priorities when he takes office on Wednesday. “One thing that’s clear is that the issue of getting 100 million doses in the first 100 days is absolutely a doable thing,” Fauci said.
Persons: Anthony Fauci, Mike Pence, Joe Biden’s, , ” Anthony Fauci, Johnson, , we’d, Fauci’s, Donald Trump’s, Biden, ” Fauci Organizations: National Institute of Allergy, White, REUTERS, Press, AstraZeneca, Johnson Locations: Washington , U.S, WASHINGTON, United States
Guatemalan forces clash with major U.S.-bound migrant caravan
  + stars: | 2021-01-17 | by ( Reuters Staff | ) sentiment -0.99   time to read: +2 min
VADO HONDO, Guatemala (Reuters) - Guatemalan security forces used sticks to beat back a migrant caravan early on Sunday after thousands of people set off from Honduras for the United States this week, just as President-elect Joe Biden prepares to enter the White House. However, around 3,000 Guatemalan security officials mustered in the village of Vado Hondo in eastern Guatemala to hold up the caravan, leading to the clashes on Sunday morning. Video footage shared by the Guatemalan government showed hundreds of migrants pressing into a wall of security forces, which used sticks to repel the surge of people. Between Friday and Saturday, Guatemala had sent back almost 1,000 migrants entering from Honduras, the Guatemalan government said, as the caravan tried to advance towards Mexico. Mexican and Central American authorities have coordinated security and public health measures in a bid to deter mass movement of people across the region.
Persons: VADO, Joe Biden, Donald Trump’s Organizations: Central Locations: VADO HONDO, Guatemala, Guatemalan, Honduras, United States, Vado Hondo, Mexico, Mexican, COVID
The caravan was met by around 3,000 Guatemalan security officials mustered in the village of Vado Hondo in eastern Guatemala, leading to the clashes on Sunday morning. Video footage shared by the Guatemalan government showed hundreds of migrants pressing into a wall of security forces, which used sticks to repel the surge. Between Friday and Saturday, Guatemala had sent back almost 1,000 migrants entering from Honduras, the Guatemalan government said, as the caravan tried to advance toward Mexico. The incoming administration will work to address the root causes of migration, expand lawful pathways and rethink asylum processing, the official said. Mexican and Central American authorities have coordinated security and public health measures in a bid to deter mass movement of people across the region.
Persons: VADO, Joe Biden, Donald Trump’s, Biden, Organizations: Central, Democratic U.S, Locations: VADO HONDO, Guatemala, Guatemalan, United States, U.S, Vado Hondo, Honduras, Mexico, Mexican, COVID
WASHINGTON — Dr. Anthony Fauci, one of the nation’s foremost public health experts, said Sunday that the U.S. is “weeks away, not months away” from considering the approval of new coronavirus vaccines. But we're weeks away, not months away, for sure." While both those approved vaccines, as well as the one being developed by AstraZeneca, require two shots spaced out weeks apart, the Johnson & Johnson vaccine needs only one. The news comes as the incoming Biden administration continues to double down on its goal of 100 million coronavirus vaccinations in the first 100 days after Biden takes office. "One, double down on the public health measures we’ve been talking about all the time.
Persons: WASHINGTON, Dr, Anthony Fauci, Joe Biden’s, ” Fauci, “ They're, Johnson, Trump, Fauci, Gustave Perna, Biden, , we’d Organizations: NBC, Press, National Institute of Allergy, Johnson, AstraZeneca, FDA, Drug Administration, Pfizer, Bloomberg News, Trump Locations: Moderna, U.S, Covid
Trump became the first U.S. president to be impeached twice last week for his role in inciting a violent mob of his supporters to storm the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6. “The country needs to find a way to heal itself and the new president needs the opportunity to lead and heal us — both literally and spiritually,” Comey said. “We’ll never know, but a Nixon prosecution might have prolonged — rather than solved — the country’s pain,” he added. He said he was "sickened" by the attack on the Capitol and the failure to defend the building. “It mystifies and angers me,” Comey said, adding: “It will be important for our country to understand that failure."
Persons: Donald Trump, James Comey, ” Comey, , Comey, Trump, Joe Biden, Danny Cevallos, ” Cevallos, Gerald Ford, Richard Nixon, “ We’ll, Nixon Organizations: Senate, Capitol, Sky News, NBC, Comcast Corp, U.S, Trump Locations: British, Russia, Mar,
Sixty-one percent of all voters — but just 21 percent of Republicans — say Biden did win legitimately. And even for the half of Republicans who say they prioritize the GOP generally over allegiance to Trump, his high approval remains unmoved by recent events. Among Republicans who say their primary loyalty is to Trump over the party, 98 percent approve of his performance. (Those findings, however, contrast with a recent Pew poll showing Trump’s job rating declining among Republicans.) An additional 9 percent say Trump is "not as good as most."
Persons: WASHINGTON, Donald Trump, , Joe Biden, Biden, Trump, , Hart, Jeff Horwitt, Bill McInturff, we’ve, George W, Bush, Bill Clinton, Barack Obama, , Obama, Clinton, Harris, Kamala Harris, Joe Biden’s, Jill Biden, Michelle Obama, Melania Trump Organizations: Capitol, NBC, Trump, Republicans, Republicans —, GOP, Republican, Democratic, Hart Research, , House Locations: Charlottesville , Virginia
DUBAI (Reuters) - Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif on Sunday dismissed a claim by France that Tehran was in the process of building up its nuclear weapons, calling it “absurd nonsense”. FILE PHOTO: Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif speaks at "Common Security in the Islamic World" forum in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia August 29, 2019. Avoid absurd nonsense about Iran,” Zarif said in a Twitter post, in which he tagged his French counterpart @JY_LeDrian. JCPOA is alive because of Iran and not E3,” Zarif tweeted. In reaction to Trump’s “maximum pressure” policy, Iran has gradually breached many of the deal’s restrictions.
Persons: Mohammad Javad Zarif, Lai, Jean, Yves Le Drian, , ” Zarif, Emmanuel Macron’s, Le, Zarif, Donald Trump, , Joe Biden Organizations: Reuters, REUTERS, Sin, U.S, JCPOA, Washington Locations: DUBAI, France, Tehran, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, Iran, Washington, Saudi, Riyadh, Yemen, Islamic Republic, Germany, Britain, China, Russia, United States
U.S. Vice president-elect Harris set to resign Senate seat on Monday
  + stars: | 2021-01-17 | by ( Reuters Staff | ) sentiment -0.99   time to read: 1 min
FILE PHOTO: U.S. Vice President-elect Kamala Harris makes a speech after U.S. President-elect Joe Biden announced their nominee for secretary of education, Miguel Cardona in Wilmington, Delaware, U.S., December 23, 2020. REUTERS/Leah MillisWILMINGTON, Del. Senator Kamala Harris of California will resign from the Senate on Monday in preparation for her inauguration as Joe Biden’s vice president on Wednesday, according to aides familiar with her plans. Governor Gavin Newsom has picked California Secretary of State Alex Padilla to fill the rest of Harris’ term, which could include President Donald Trump’s second impeachment trial. But it was not immediately clear when he would be seated, an aide said.
Persons: Kamala Harris, Joe Biden, Miguel Cardona, Leah Millis, Kamala Harris of, Joe Biden’s, Gavin Newsom, California, Alex Padilla, Harris, Donald Trump’s Organizations: REUTERS Locations: Wilmington , Delaware, U.S, Leah Millis WILMINGTON, Del, Kamala Harris of California
The fight to avert one last execution on Trump's watch
  + stars: | 2021-01-17 | by ( Jonathan Allen | ) + 0.00   time to read: +10 min
If it went ahead, the federal execution would be the 13th and final one scheduled under U.S. President Donald Trump. Using their laptops and phones, the defense team jousted with federal lawyers, filing opposing briefs with the U.S. Supreme Court. Haynes was sentenced to life in prison, Higgs to death. Higgs’ sister wept there while talking to his spiritual adviser. It was about 10 minutes past Higgs’ scheduled execution time of 6 p.m. “It’s a slippery slope, when you get to the 13th execution in a spate of 13,” he said.
Persons: Dustin Higgs, Bryan Woolston, Shawn Nolan sipped, Donald Trump, Joe Biden, Nolan, , , ” Nolan, Higgs, Willis Haynes, Tanji Jackson, Mishann Chinn, Haynes, Jackson, William Barr, Corey Johnson, pentobarbital, bode, “ We’ll, Barbara Battista, Providence of, Providence of Saint Mary, Battista, Yusuf Nur, ” Battista, Johnson, Nur, “ Everybody’s, ” Nur, ” Higgs, Alexa Cave, hadn’t, Martin Luther King Jr, , it’s, Dustin, we’re Organizations: United States, REUTERS, Federal, U.S, Supreme, U.S . Justice Department, Justice Department, Justice, Pew Research, Terre, Terre Haute Marriott, Defense, Islamic, of Locations: TERRE HAUTE, Ind, Terre Haute , Indiana, U.S, Philadelphia, Washington, Terre Haute, COVID, Indiana, Providence, Providence of Saint, of Bloomington, Islam, United States
WASHINGTON — Joe Biden was elected on a promise to heal the nation, saying Republicans would have a post-Donald Trump "epiphany" that would finally allow for bipartisan governance. There must be accountability for lies and lawbreaking. Biden has already ruled out a pardon for Trump, saying at an MSNBC town hall before the election that he would defer entirely to prosecutors and not get involved. But the new president will set the tone for how former Trump officials and defenders should be treated in public life. "A lack of accountability is the quickest path to instability and future division," Perriello said.
Persons: WASHINGTON — Joe Biden, Donald Trump, Trump, Biden, Michael Beschloss, Florida Sen, Marco Rubio, impeaching Trump, Chellie Pingree, Ron Klain, David Litt, Barack Obama, Litt, Lincoln, Jim Crow, Jon Meacham, Meacham, Pennsylvania Sen, Bob Casey, He'll, Casey, ” Still, Mike Pence, Gerald Ford, Richard Nixon, Nixon, James Comey, Frank Sharry, Obama, George W, Tom Perriello, Periello, Reagan, Republicans wouldn't, Perriello, Organizations: House Republicans, GOP, Senate, NBC, Democratic, Trump, White, Republican, Democrat, America, NBC News, FBI, Capitol, America's, Democratic Party, Republicans, Open Society Foundation U.S, Catholic Locations: Florida, America, D, Maine, fatigues, Pennsylvania, Scranton, bipartisanship, Kosovo, Sierra Leone, Afghanistan
Gunmen kill two female Supreme Court judges in Afghanistan: police
  + stars: | 2021-01-17 | by ( Abdul Qadir Sediqi | ) sentiment -1.00   time to read: +1 min
KABUL (Reuters) - Unidentified gunmen killed two female judges from Afghanistan’s Supreme Court on Sunday morning, police said, adding to a wave of assassinations in Kabul and other cities while government and Taliban representatives have been holding peace talks in Qatar. Afghan President Ashraf Ghani issued a statement condemning attacks on civilians by the Taliban and other militant groups. Ghani said “terror, horror and crime” was not a solution to Afghanistan’s problem and beseeched the Taliban to accept “a permanent ceasefire”. Government officials, journalists, and activists have been targeted in recent months, stoking fear particularly in the capital Kabul. Rising violence has complicated U.S.-brokered peace talks taking place in Doha as Washington withdraws troops.
Persons: Ashraf Ghani, Ghani, , Joe Biden Organizations: Afghanistan’s, Government, Taliban, Pentagon Locations: KABUL, Kabul, Qatar, Doha, Washington, Afghanistan
Before the election, more than 80 percent of likely voters were somewhat or very concerned about election-related violence, according to a UMass Poll. It remains to be seen whether we will remember that surreal day as the end of an ugly episode in our history or an early skirmish in a prolonged period of political violence. As our evidence of partisan dehumanization has accumulated, we have grown increasingly concerned about its implications for our democracy and society. We found that both types of messages, when coming from Biden, significantly reduced endorsements of partisan dehumanization and violence, even among Republicans. Every American has the power to calm their fellow citizens, simply by speaking out against dehumanization and violence.
Persons: Joe Biden’s, Dehumanization, Kamala Harris, Donald Trump’s, dehumanization, Joe Biden, Biden, Organizations: UMass, U.S . Capitol, CBS, Republicans, Democracy Fund, Trump, Biden Locations: United States, Pennsylvania , Georgia, Nevada , Michigan, Arizona
In at least 12 states right now,efforts are afoot that include actually criminalizing health care for transgender youth (as in, send doctors to prison for following medical treatment protocols to help trans youth) as well as banning all transgender young people from participating in age-appropriate athletic programs. These bills are just another opportunity to repeat (and, they hope, enact into law) myths about trans women and girls. Last year, Idaho, in fact, passed a wholesale ban on transgender women and girls participating in women’s sports. Meanwhile, Alabama, Missouri, Texas, Mississippi, Montana, Indiana, New Hampshire and Utah — so far — have also introduced bills that would criminalize or otherwise ban gender-affirming care for transgender youth. Given this, these anti-science bills cannot be understood as motivated by concerns about children or their ability to consent to medical treatment.
Persons: Joe Biden, they’ve, , Organizations: American Academy of Pediatrics, American Medical Association, Endocrine Society, United Nations Locations: Idaho, Tennessee , Oklahoma , Montana , New Hampshire , North Dakota, Kentucky, , Alabama , Missouri , Texas , Mississippi , Montana , Indiana , New Hampshire, Utah, United States
France wants suspension of 'poisonous' U.S.-Europe trade spat
  + stars: | 2021-01-17 | by ( Reuters Staff | ) sentiment -1.00   time to read: +1 min
FILE PHOTO: French Foreign Affairs Minister Jean-Yves Le Drian speaks during a news conference at a meeting to discuss how to push forward stalled Arab-Israeli peace talks, in Amman, Jordan, September 24, 2020. Khalil Mazraawi/Pool via REUTERS/File PhotoPARIS (Reuters) - The European Union and the incoming administration of U.S. President-elect Joe Biden should suspend a trade dispute to give themselves time to find common ground, France’s foreign minister said in remarks published on Sunday. “The issue that’s poisoning everyone is that of the price escalation and taxes on steel, digital technology, Airbus and more particularly our wine sector,” Jean-Yves Le Drian told Le Journal du Dimanche in an interview. “It may take time, but in the meantime, we can always order a moratorium,” he added. The United States has for years complained that the WTO Appellate Body makes unjustified new trade rules in its decisions and has blocked the appointment of new judges to stop this, rendering the body inoperable.
Persons: Jean, Yves Le Drian, Khalil Mazraawi, Joe Biden, , ” Jean, Trump Organizations: Foreign Affairs, PARIS, European Union, U.S, Airbus, Boeing, EU, Trade Organization, United Locations: Amman, Jordan, States, United States
Northwell, New York’s largest healthcare provider, offers appointments only as it gets more vaccine, and only after allocating doses to people scheduled for their second shots, Kemp said. Although the supply flow has been sporadic, Northwell expects to offer appointments in the coming week, he added. Besides New York, signs of vaccine supply strains appeared in Vermont, Michigan, South Carolina, New Jersey and Oregon. Adding to the inter-governmental tension was a squabble in which several governors accused the Trump administration on Friday of deceptively pledging to distribute millions of COVID-19 vaccine doses from a stockpile that the U.S. health secretary has since acknowledged does not exist. Since the first vaccine was administered in the United States in mid-December, nearly 12.3 million doses have been given, out of 31.2 million doses distributed, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Persons: Richard Dang, Ashley Van Dyke, Irfan Khan, we’re, Joe Kemp, Kemp, Kate Brown, Phil Scott, ” Scott, Andrew Cuomo, Bill de Blasio, De Blasio, Biden, Jack Sterne, ” Sterne, Trump Organizations: YORK, USC, Pharmacy, Dodger, Pfizer Inc, Moderna Inc, Twitter . New, inoculations, Sinai, NYU Langone Health, Centers for Disease Control, CDC, Reuters, University of Washington, university’s Institute for Health Metrics Locations: COVID, Los Angeles , California, U.S, York, New, New York, Vermont , Michigan, South Carolina , New Jersey, Oregon, In Oregon, Vermont, Twitter . New York, inoculations ., New York City, , Washington, United States, California
Facebook is pausing advertisements for "weapon accessories and protective equipment" until two days after President-elect Joe Biden's inauguration, BuzzFeed News reported. Facebook will pause ads for "weapon accessories and protective equipment" ahead of President-elect Joe Biden's inauguration on January 20, Buzzfeed News reported Saturday. "We will now also prohibit ads for accessories such as gun safes, vests and gun holsters in the US," Facebook wrote in the press release about the pause. Attorneys general also mentioned microtargeting in a letter sent to Will Castleberry for Facebook Public Policy on January 15. The four attorneys general wrote that people who were part of the storming on Capitol Hill wore "military-style tactical gear."
Persons: Joe Biden's, Ryan Mac, Craig Silverman, Joe Biden, Read, Trump, Mac, Silverman, Katie Paul, Paul, Will Castleberry, Karl Racine of, Kwame Raoul of Illinois, Maura Healey, Gurbir Grewal, Sens, Sherrod Brown, Tammy Duckworth, Richard Blumenthal, Mark Zuckerberg, Zuckerberg Organizations: Facebook, BuzzFeed, Buzzfeed, White House, Trump, Capitol, Politico, Buzzfeed News, Massachusetts, Gurbir Grewal of New, Republican Locations: Karl Racine of DC, Gurbir Grewal of, Gurbir Grewal of New Jersey, United States
In a historic ceremony, Vice President-elect Kamala Harris will be sworn in on Wednesday by Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor. Harris is the first female, Black, and Asian American vice president-elect in United States history. In a historic ceremony, Vice President-elect Kamala Harris will be sworn in on Wednesday by Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor, ABC News first reported. Harris is the first female, Black, and Asian American vice president-elect in United States history. Read more: Kamala Harris is staffing up with veteran Washington insiders in advance of being sworn in as the country's first woman vice president.
Persons: Kamala Harris, Sonia Sotomayor, Harris, Sotomayor, Joe Biden, Biden, Christian Nunes, Insider's Eliza Relman, Read, Barack Obama, Harris's, Doug Emhoff Organizations: Supreme, American, Latina, Capitol, ABC News, National Organization for Women, Washington, White House, ABC, Citizens United Locations: United States, Indian, Civil
The US Postal Service will remove some mailboxes and halt collection in several major cities as a safety measure ahead of next week's presidential inauguration. States and cities across the country are expecting unrest in the days leading up to January 20. The US Postal Services said it will remove mailboxes in several major cities as a security measure ahead of Joe Biden's Inauguration next week. States and cities are bracing for more civil unrest ahead of Biden's inauguration. The USPS security measure is also in anticipation of the unrest.
Persons: Joe Biden's, David Partenheimer, Donald Trump Organizations: US Postal Service, US Postal Services, California and, USPS, Postal Service, Capitol, Capitol Police, FBI Locations: California, California and New Jersey, Washington, DC
Manchin said the 14th Amendment should be applied after Cruz and Hawley pushed forth with efforts to dispute Electoral College votes last week. Sen. Joe Manchin said the Senate should consider using the 14th Amendment to remove Sens. Josh Hawley and Ted Cruz, two Republicans who objected to the Electoral College vote last week. "That should be a consideration," Manchin, a Democrat from West Virginia, said when asked if the 14th Amendment should be triggered during an interview with PBS's "Firing Line." The 14th Amendment says that no lawmaker holding office "shall have engaged in insurrection or rebellion against the same, or given aid or comfort to the enemies thereof.
Persons: Democratic Sen, Joe Manchin, Josh Hawley, Ted Cruz, Manchin, Cruz, Hawley, Trump, Sen, Donald Trump, Critics, Alexandria Ocasio, Cortez, Donald Trump's, craven, censuring Cruz Organizations: Democratic, Republican, Electoral, Capitol, Democrat, Republicans Locations: West Virginia, Alexandria, Hawley
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.
Persons: Rudy Giuliani, Donald Trump's, Giuliani, Trump, Joe Biden, Bill Barr, you'll, Trump's, Jason Miller Organizations: ABC News, ABC, Republican, of Justice, Trump, Capitol, DC, New York Times, White, New, Patriot Locations: New York City
Misinformation about US election fraud fell 73% after President Trump was banned or restricted on social media. Zignal Labs said conversations fell from from 2.5 million mentions to 688,000 across social media, in research cited by The Washington Post. Online misinformation about the US election fell by as much as 73% in the week after President Trump was booted from Twitter and other social media sites. Zignal monitored social media sites for misinformation during the seven days from January 9. West wrote: "We need Section 230 reforms that impose accountability on social media sites.
Persons: Trump, Zignal, Joe Biden, Darrell M, Insider's Isobel Asher Hamilton, Biden, West Organizations: Zignal Labs, The Washington Post, Twitter, Washington Post, Facebook, Trump, YouTube, Apple, Google, White, Brookings
Biden plans to sign "roughly a dozen" executive orders that include rejoining the Paris climate accord, and reversing the travel ban on several majority Muslim countries. Biden has inherited a number of crises, including the COVID-19 pandemic, the resulting economic crisis, a climate emergency, and a racial equity crisis. "President-elect Biden is assuming the presidency in a moment of profound crisis for our nation," Klain writes in the memo. "We face four overlapping and compounding crises: the COVID-19 crisis, the resulting economic crisis, the climate crisis, and a racial equity crisis." He will sign orders aimed at fighting climate change and expanding access to health care.
Persons: Biden, Ron Klain, Trump's, Joe Biden, Klain, Trump, , Joe Biden's, Kamala Harris Organizations: Democratic, World Health Organization, WHO, Capitol Locations: Paris, Mexico, America
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