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Justice Department prosecutors said people who participated in the pro-Trump attack of the US Capitol planned to "capture and assassinate elected officials." Some of the people who participated in the pro-Trump attack of the US Capitol intended to "capture and assassinate elected officials" including Vice President Mike Pence, according to federal prosecutors. Department of Justice prosecutors made the assessment in a detention memo for the QAnon Shaman, who goes by Jake Angeli but whose real name is Jacob Anthony Chansley. "Chansley said that he was glad he sat in the Vice President's chair because Vice President Pence is a child-trafficking traitor," prosecutors wrote. "The Court did not order any specific diet for Mr. Chansley," Fine wrote.
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Facebook says it sees increase in calls to violence in the U.S.
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SEE NEW POSTSFacebook says it sees increase in calls to violence in the U.S. Facebook has seen an increase in activity praising last week's violent occupation of the U.S. Capitol and growing signs of possible future violence, a spokesperson said Wednesday. Facebook has also fielded an increased number of legal requests from the FBI for the data of users suspected of storming the Capitol, the spokesperson said. Share this -Rep. Peter Meijer becomes 7th House Republican to back impeachment Rep. Peter Meijer, R-Mich., announced Wednesday he will vote to impeach President Donald Trump, becoming the seventh House Republican to do so. “I’m one of these,” the man said to the officer as he pointed to the hat, according to a police report. Share this -Trump monitoring proceedings from the White House President Trump has been monitoring the impeachment proceedings largely from the Oval Office, and in a few instances from the dining room, according to an administration official.
Persons: Peter Meijer, Donald Trump, Meijer, fearlessly, Adam Kinzinger, Liz Cheney, Dan Newhouse, Jaime Herrera Beutler, John Katko, Fred Upton, Grant Moore, , Moore, Trump’s, Trump, Art Acevedo, Acevedo, , Ayanna Pressley, Conan Harris, Harris, Pressley, , ” Pressley, Vicky Hartzler, Michael Waltz, Manuel Balce Ceneta, McConnell, ” McConnell Organizations: Facebook, U.S . Capitol, Reuters, FBI, Capitol, 7th House Republican, House Republican, Capitol . Police, Capitol Police, Trump, Ford, Republicans, White House, NBC, Republican, Houston Police Department, U.S, National Guard, Capitol Visitor Center, GOP, , Senate Locations: U.S, Washington, R, Georgia, Buford, Ga, Houston, Washington ,
Rep. Peter Meijer becomes 7th House Republican to back impeachment
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SEE NEW POSTSRep. Peter Meijer becomes 7th House Republican to back impeachment Rep. Peter Meijer, R-Mich., announced Wednesday he will vote to impeach President Donald Trump, becoming the seventh House Republican to do so. Share this -House vote to impeach Trump for a second time begins The House is voting now to impeach President Donald Trump for high crimes and misdemeanors for the second time. This time, the House is voting to impeach him on one article of impeachment for “incitement of insurrection” following the Jan. 6 attack at the Capitol. Share this -Trump monitoring proceedings from the White House President Trump has been monitoring the impeachment proceedings largely from the Oval Office, and in a few instances from the dining room, according to an administration official. There has been outreach between the White House and Republican leadership on the Hill in recent days, the official said, but did not give specific details.
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Inside his vehicle was a book bag containing a semi-automatic handgun with a fully-loaded 6-round magazine, the police report says. There has been outreach between the White House and Republican leadership on the Hill in recent days, the official said, but did not give specific details. Share this -Ivanka Trump not expected to attend inauguration Ivanka Trump is not expected to attend President-elect Biden’s inauguration next week, according to a White House official. While she respects his transition to power, according to this official, the official said children of outgoing presidents do not always attend. President Trump has also said he will not attend the ceremony.
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House vote to impeach Trump for a second time begins
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SEE NEW POSTSHouse vote to impeach Trump for a second time begins The House is voting now to impeach President Donald Trump for high crimes and misdemeanors for the second time. Share this -Trump monitoring proceedings from the White House President Trump has been monitoring the impeachment proceedings largely from the Oval Office, and in a few instances from the dining room, according to an administration official. Share this -Ivanka Trump not expected to attend inauguration Ivanka Trump is not expected to attend President-elect Biden’s inauguration next week, according to a White House official. President Trump has also said he will not attend the ceremony. And while some Trump allies did defend the president directly, it was far from the centerpiece of the GOP argument.
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Richard BarnettA supporter of President Donald Trump sits in House Speaker Nancy Pelosi's office at the U.S. Capitol on Wednesday. He was arrested Friday in Arkansas on federal charges of entering and remaining on restricted grounds, violent entry and theft of public property, the Justice Department said. Donning a fur hat with horns and American-flag inspired face paint, Angeli stormed the Capitol bare-chested and gloated in the aftermath. Guthrie, who didn't return requests for comment, was arrested the day of the riot and charged with unlawful entry. The Post said Mostofsky was holding a Capitol Police riot shield, which he claimed he had found on the floor.
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Capitol Police officer Eugene Goodman, who is Black, took on a crowd of pro-Trump rioters as they stormed the Capitol on Wednesday. Once outside a hallway leading to the Senate chamber, Goodman shoved one of the men to get his attention before moving in the opposite direction. The rioter he shoved — the man in the QAnon shirt — lingered for a moment and looked down the Senate chamber hallway before ultimately following Goodman. "As trump's fascist mob ransacked the US Capitol, this brave USCP officer kept murderous rioters away from the Senate chamber and saved the lives of those inside. In this January 6 file photo, Trump supporters gesture to Capitol Police in the hallway outside of the Senate chamber.
Persons: Eugene Goodman, Igor Bobic, Goodman, Donald Trump, Kristin Wilson, , Bobic, Jamie Dupree, Bill Pascrell, Jaime Harrison, Trump, Doug Jensen, Manuel Balce Ceneta, Doug Jensen of Organizations: Capitol Police, Trump, Capitol, US Capitol Police, Senate, CNN, Washington Post, The Washington Post, Capitol Hill, Army, AP, Doug Jensen of Iowa, Des Moines Register, FBI Locations: South Carolina
In cities where police had made moves to improve public trust, the response to the protests threatened to set those efforts back. That, he said, was on display at the U.S. Capitol, where he watched the protest morph into a riot. As the rioters ran amok inside the Capitol, the U.S. Capitol Police was slow to accept offers of help from the U.S. Department of Justice, a senior law enforcement official told NBC News. Supporters of President Donald Trump are confronted by Capitol Police officers outside the Senate Chamber at the Capitol, on Jan. 6, 2021. That racism doesn’t just affect the police response to protests; it also poisons police planning for the events, Williams said.
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More than 20,000 members of the National Guard are engaged in the vaccination mission, with at least nine states using the guard to put needles into residents' arms. To help, the Maryland National Guard was activated last week. Despite the pandemic's frightening rise and the desperate need for shots, only 150 guard members received call-up orders. Those 150 Maryland guard members have been divided into 14 teams. So far the Michigan National Guard has administered more than 8,000 shots, but it has a limited capacity to ramp up deployments.
Persons: Jason Redmond, Emma Moore, Milan Torres, Manuel Balce Ceneta, Larry Hogan, they're, Moore, Jacob Blake, Daniel Acker Organizations: National Guardsmen, Reuters, National Guards, National Guard, District of Columbia, Center, New, New American Security, Walter Reed National Military Medical, Gov, Maryland National Guard, Michigan National Guard, Guard Locations: Washington, Tumwater, Covid, U.S, New American, Bethesda , Maryland, Maryland, Michigan, Kenosha , Wisconsin
Critics have called for Giuliani to lose his law license over the Trump campaign's election lawsuits. Her job is, in lay terms, to filter out garbage so it does not take up court time," Gillers told Insider. But Powell should be worried about whether the conspiracy theories in her lawsuits skirt ethics rules, legal ethics experts told Insider. Judges have so far expressed extreme skepticism about the merits of the dozens of election lawsuits filed so far. When it comes to the election lawsuits, Jacobowitz noted, judges have opted to issue harsh opinion orders rather than mete out punishment.
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It has raised $2 billion from dozens of countries and international organizations, and wants to provide 1 billion shots to poor countries next year. Back in April, keen observers predicted a sorry repeat of the 2009 swine flu pandemic, which saw rich countries push past poor ones to the front of the vaccine line. This modest stockpile remains dwarfed by the almost 4 billion doses secured by rich nations, according to research by Duke University. Even if the program succeeds in its eventual aim of inoculating 20 percent of people in poor countries, it will fall way short of providing them with herd immunity. The researchers at Duke believe there won't be enough vaccines produced for the whole world until as late as 2024.
Persons: Philip Clarke, Donald Trump, COVAX, it's, Antonio Guterres, Milan Torres, Manuel Balce Ceneta, Airfinity, Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, Natalie Roberts, — it's, Frank, Walter Steinmeier Organizations: European Union, Vaccine, Oxfam, Amnesty International, University of Oxford, World Health Organization, United Nations, Duke University, Milan, Walter Reed National Military Medical Center, AstraZeneca, Oxford University, Sanofi, GlaxoSmithKline, Pfizer, NBC, Gavi, Beijing International Airport, AP, U.S, World Health Locations: U.S, Canada, Britain, Russia, Maryland, Beijing
FILE PHOTO: Five doses of COVID-19 vaccine is held by SPC Angel Laureano at the Walter Reed National Military Medical Center in Bethesda, Maryland, U.S., December 14, 2020. The Pfizer vaccine requires two doses three weeks apart, as does the Moderna vaccine that could also receive emergency-use authorization this week. The pandemic has also inflicted economic pain as states and localities imposed stay-at-home orders and closed businesses, putting millions out of work. The COVID-19 aid could be attached to a critical spending measure that must be passed by Friday to avoid a federal government shutdown. The process of shipping the first 2.9 million doses of vaccine began on Sunday, 11 months after the United States documented its first case of COVID-19.
Persons: SPC Angel Laureano, Manuel Balce Ceneta, Sandra Lindsay, ” Dr, Rob Davidson, “ We’re, ” Davidson, Moncef, Jerome Adams Organizations: Reuters, United, SPC, Walter Reed National Military Medical, REUTERS, Pfizer Inc, BioNTech, U.S, Pfizer, Medicare, MSNBC, Congress, Moderna, Fox News Locations: United States, Bethesda , Maryland, U.S, New York City, Michigan, States
FILE PHOTO: Five doses of COVID-19 vaccine is held by SPC Angel Laureano at the Walter Reed National Military Medical Center in Bethesda, Maryland, U.S., December 14, 2020. Similar to the Pfizer vaccine, it requires two doses several weeks apart. I couldn’t wait for it to hit the U.S.,” Beniquez said upon getting vaccinated with Governor Phil Murphy looking on. While most vaccines take years to develop, the Pfizer vaccine arrived less than a year after the illness was traced to a market in Wuhan, China, in December of last year. “So people understandably are skeptical about the speed, but we have to keep emphasizing speed means the science was extraordinary,” Fauci said.
Persons: SPC Angel Laureano, Manuel Balce Ceneta, Sandra Lindsay, Maritza Beniquez, ” Beniquez, Phil Murphy, Dr, Anthony Fauci, , ” Fauci Organizations: United, SPC, Walter Reed National Military Medical, REUTERS, Pfizer Inc, BioNTech, U.S, Moderna Inc, Food, Drug Administration, Pfizer, University Hospital, World Health Organization, National Institute of Allergy Locations: NEWARK, N.J, United States, Bethesda , Maryland, U.S, New York City, Newark , New Jersey, New Jersey, Wuhan, China
FILE PHOTO: Five doses of COVID-19 vaccine is held by SPC Angel Laureano at the Walter Reed National Military Medical Center in Bethesda, Maryland, U.S., December 14, 2020. On Tuesday, at University Hospital in Newark, New Jersey, emergency room nurse Maritza Beniquez became the first in that state to receive the vaccine. I couldn’t wait for it to hit the U.S.,” Beniquez said upon getting vaccinated with Governor Phil Murphy looking on. Similar to the Pfizer vaccine, it requires two doses several weeks apart. While most vaccines take years to develop, the Pfizer vaccine arrived less than a year after the illness was traced to a market in Wuhan, China, in December of last year.
Persons: SPC Angel Laureano, Manuel Balce Ceneta, Maritza Beniquez, ” Beniquez, Phil Murphy, Sandra Lindsay, Shereef Elnahal, She’s, ” Elnahal, Dr, Anthony Fauci Organizations: United, SPC, Walter Reed National Military Medical, Pfizer Inc, BioNTech, U.S, University Hospital, Moderna Inc, Food, Drug Administration, Pfizer, CNN, World Health Organization, National Institute of Allergy, ABC Locations: NEWARK, N.J, United States, Bethesda , Maryland, U.S, Newark , New Jersey, New Jersey, New York City, Newark, COVID, Wuhan, China
Whenever my turn comes, I will absolutely take the vaccine and do my part to reassure anyone who’s doubtful. Initial doses have been earmarked for doctors, nurses and other front-line medical professionals, along with residents and staff of nursing homes. It will take several months, perhaps until late spring, before vaccines can be obtained on demand by the public at large, U.S. officials have said. Similar to the Pfizer vaccine, it requires two doses several weeks apart. While most vaccines take years to develop, the Pfizer vaccine arrived less than a year after the illness was traced to a market in Wuhan, China, late last year.
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Critics have called for Giuliani to lose his law license over the Trump campaign's election lawsuits. Her job is, in lay terms, to filter out garbage so it does not take up court time," Gillers told Insider. Judges have so far expressed extreme skepticism about the merits of the dozens of election lawsuits filed so far. When it comes to the election lawsuits, Jacobowitz noted, judges have opted to issue harsh opinion orders rather than mete out punishment. But the result has been that the lawsuits are being dismissed pretty quickly by the court," Jacobowitz said.
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FILE PHOTO: Saudi Minister of Foreign Affairs Prince Faisal bin Farhan Al Saud speaks during his meeting with U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, at the State Department, in Washington, U.S., October 14, 2020. Manuel Balce Ceneta/Pool via REUTERS/File PhotoROME (Reuters) - Saudi Arabia’s foreign minister said on Friday he was hopeful a deal could soon be reached to resolve a long-running dispute among Gulf nations after recent progress in talks led by Kuwait and the United States. “We have made significant progress in the last few days thanks to the continuing efforts of Kuwait but also thanks to strong support from President (Donald) Trump,” Prince Faisal bin Farhan Al Saud told a Rome conference. “We hope this progress can lead to a final agreement which looks within reach and I can say I am somewhat optimistic that we are close to finalising an agreement between all the nations in the dispute.”
Persons: Foreign Affairs Prince Faisal bin Farhan Al Saud, Mike Pompeo, Manuel Balce Ceneta, Donald, Trump, ” Prince Faisal bin Farhan Al Saud, Organizations: Saudi, Foreign Affairs, U.S, State Department Locations: Washington , U.S, ROME, Saudi, Kuwait, United States, Rome, finalising
President-elect Joe Biden's nominee for budget chief, Neera Tanden, has deleted tweets critical of Republican senators who are likely going to vote on her appointment, The Daily Beast reported. Since November 1, 2020, Tanden has deleted tweets critical of GOP senators like Mitch McConnell, Joni Ernst, and Susan Collins. The Senate is likely going to be controlled by the Republican Party under the Biden administration, and Tanden may need GOP senators' votes to assume the OMB role. The Senate was controlled by the Republican Party during President Donald Trump's administration, and is likely to remain that way during the Biden presidency. If Tanden is voted in as budget chief, she will be the first woman of color to hold the office.
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The former surgeon general created a doctor group in 2008 to help elect Barack Obama to the White House. President-elect Joe Biden has leaned a lot on former Surgeon General Vivek Murthy for his healthcare and coronavirus planning. Dr. Vivek Murthy greets Democratic Sen. Elizabeth Warren before confirmation hearing for surgeon general on February 4, 2014. "HHS is a massive bureaucracy," Sen. John Barrasso of Wyoming, the third-ranking Republican in the Senate, told Insider when asked about Murthy's prospects. Rear Adm. Boris Lushniak, Murthy's former deputy surgeon general who was also acting surgeon general while the Senate held up Murthy's nomination, was more supportive.
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The former surgeon general created a doctor group in 2008 to help elect Barack Obama to the White House. President-elect Joe Biden has leaned a lot on former Surgeon General Vivek Murthy for his healthcare and coronavirus planning. Dr. Vivek Murthy greets Democratic Sen. Elizabeth Warren before confirmation hearing for surgeon general on February 4, 2014. "HHS is a massive bureaucracy," Sen. John Barrasso of Wyoming, the third-ranking Republican in the Senate, told Insider when asked about Murthy's prospects. Rear Adm. Boris Lushniak, Murthy's former deputy surgeon general who was also acting surgeon general while the Senate held up Murthy's nomination, was more supportive.
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Cindy McCain said she was "proud" of Arizonans for voting in record numbers and urged the Trump administration to "accept the results and get on with the healing we need." "Arizonans should not be trying to cast doubt on the legitimate outcome of this race," McCain said in a statement. McCain described Biden as "a man of honor" who would "heal the wounds caused by the outgoing administration." Cindy McCain, philanthropist and wife of late Republican Sen. John McCain, said she was "proud of the voters in Arizona" for showing up in record numbers and urged the Trump administration to "accept the results and get on with the healing we need." Then-Vice President Joe Biden at a mock swearing-in ceremony with Sen. John McCain and his wife, Cindy, on Capitol Hill, January 5, 2011.
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Manuel Balce Ceneta/AP The hedge fund billionaire Bill Ackman is among few who minted a multibillion-dollar profit during the throes of the coronavirus pandemic. The famed investor turned a relatively modest $27 million bet into a whopping $2.6 billion windfall as the outbreak continued to drag on stocks and threatened deep economic recession. Pershing Square Capital's CEO Bill Ackman made headlines after making $2.6 billion for his hedge fund off a wise, yet controversial bet that the coronavirus would crash the stock market. When the market collapsed during the financial crisis in 2007 and 2008, Burry netted a $100 million profit for himself, and $725 million for other investors. The huge investments he made in Bank of America and other burdened companies netted his hedge fund an enormous $7 billion.
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