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U.S. Capitol Police are investigating a report that Rep. Andy Harris, R-Md., tried to take a gun onto the house floor Thursday, a department spokesperson said. "One security official present saw a firearm on the person of Rep. Harris and relayed that to his superiors," a Capitol official told NBC News. "To be clear, Rep. Harris did not enter the Floor." They have become a flashpoint among some Republican members, and they have at times created tension with police. The Capitol official added that House members are allowed to carry firearms "in the halls and on Capitol grounds, including the Capitol Building but not the Floor," adding that "ammo has to be separately compartmentalized."
Persons: Andy Harris, Harris, John Katko, Nancy Pelosi Organizations: Capitol Police, Capitol, NBC, Republican
A man from Columbia, Maryland, was charged after tweeting threats to "explode the IRS headquarters" and kill House Speaker Nancy Pelosi. Cody Wolf Gideon Mohr, 27, of Columbia, Maryland, was arrested earlier Thursday after a criminal complaint was filed related to his tweets. Investigators identified Mohr as the user behind the Twitter account @BonaFried where he made threats to blow up federal property and kill the House Speaker. A man is facing federal charges after he tweeted threats to "explode the IRS headquarters," as well as threaten to kill House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, federal prosecutors announced Thursday. Cody Wolf Gideon Mohr, 27, of Columbia, Maryland, was arrested earlier Thursday after a criminal complaint was filed in relation to his tweets.
Persons: Nancy Pelosi, Cody Wolf Gideon Mohr, Mohr, he'll, Robert K, Hur Organizations: Administration, Intelligence, Counterterrorism Division, Justice Department, Department, Office Locations: Columbia , Maryland, Baltimore , Maryland
GOP Rep. Andy Harris, of Maryland, attempted to carry a concealed weapon into the House Chambers on Thursday, the Huffington Post reported. Metal detectors placed in the Capitol following the January 6 attack went off when Harris attempted to walk through. Harris attempted to have another representative hold his weapon before having to leave and come back. The outlet said they witnessed metal detectors go off when Harris walked through. HuffPost added that they witnessed Harris attempt to get Rep. John Katko to hold his firearm as he went in to vote.
Persons: Andy Harris, Harris, HuffPost, John Katko, Katko, Donald Trump, Joe Biden's, Read, Trump, Insider's Lauren Frias, Lauren Boebert, Nancy Pelosi Organizations: Huffington, Republican, Capitol, Capitol Police, Republicans, GOP Locations: Maryland
Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell has proposed to Majority Leader Chuck Schumer that former President Donald Trump's impeachment trial should start in mid-February and laid out the preferred timing during a conference call with Republican colleagues on Thursday, according to multiple sources on the call. Included in McConnell’s proposal is a deal to begin the Senate proceedings in February so that both sides can properly prepare for Trump's second impeachment trial, according to multiple people on the call. Senator Mike Braun, R-Ind., also told NBC News that he thinks the trial could begin mid-February. Both House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., and Schumer punted on the trial timing question when asked by reporters earlier on Thursday. Bedingfield added that Biden wants the Senate to conduct the impeachment trial in a way that allows them to move forward with the Covid-19 relief legislation as quickly as possible.
Persons: Mitch McConnell, Chuck Schumer, Donald Trump's, Schumer, Joe Biden's, Sen, Mike Rounds, McConnell, they’ve, , Mike Braun, Trump, Nancy Pelosi, Pelosi, , ” “, Justin Goodman, Kate Bedingfield, Biden, Bedingfield Organizations: NBC News, Republicans, Senate, White House Communications Locations: Ky
A self-described “dating and relationship strategist” from New Jersey was charged Thursday for his alleged involvement in the Jan. 6 Capitol riot after posting multiple videos to Twitter admitting he was there. The New Jersey native was brought to the FBI’s attention after former classmates from college and high school submitted tips based on his tweets. The tweets expressed criticism of the “mainstream media” for its characterization of the riot, made unfounded claims that the rioters were anti-fascists rather than Donald Trump supporters and described politicians as criminals. We outnumber you and will outlast you.”In a Periscope livestream on Wednesday, Stedman called President Joe Biden’s inauguration a “communist takeover” of the country. Stedman was set to have a virtual appearance with the District Court of New Jersey on Thursday afternoon.
Persons: , Patrick Stedman, Pat Stedman, Stedman, , Donald Trump, Joe Biden’s, QAnon, I’m, Stedman’s, Nancy Pelosi, Trump, , Joe Biden Organizations: Capitol, U.S, Attorney’s, District of Columbia, FBI, NBC, Trump, Washington , D.C, , U.S . Capitol, Electoral College Locations: New Jersey, The New Jersey, Congress, Washington ,
U.S. House aims for early February COVID-19 relief bill vote
  + stars: | 2021-01-21 | by ( Reuters Staff | ) www.reuters.com sentiment -0.99   time to read: +1 min
REUTERS/Jim Bourg/File PhotoWASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. House of Representatives is planning to bring a coronavirus relief bill to a vote the first week of February, Speaker Nancy Pelosi said on Thursday, as President Joe Biden’s administration grapples with a crisis that has killed more than 400,000 Americans. Biden has proposed a $1.9 trillion COVID-19 bill that would provide enhanced jobless benefits and direct cash payments to households struggling amid the economic fallout from the virus. Though Biden’s Democratic party holds narrow majorities in the House and Senate, the legislation will likely need bipartisan support to clear procedural hurdles and emerge out of the Senate. Some Republicans have raised questions about shoveling out more direct payments on the heels of last month’s enactment of a coronavirus aid bill. Many of them also oppose aid to state and local governments, a top priority of Democrats.
Persons: Joe Biden, Jim Bourg, Nancy Pelosi, Joe Biden’s, ” Pelosi, Biden Organizations: U.S . Capitol, Capitol, REUTERS, WASHINGTON, U.S . House, Democratic, Senate Locations: United States, Washington , US
REUTERS/Erin ScottWASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. House of Representatives Speaker Nancy Pelosi said on Thursday she will consult with fellow Democrats in coming days about the Senate’s readiness to begin an impeachment trial of former President Donald Trump for his alleged role in the Jan. 6 riot at the U.S. Capitol. “I’ll be talking with the managers as to when the Senate will be ready for the trial of the then-president of the United States for his role in instigating an insurrection on the Capitol of the United States,” Pelosi told reporters at a briefing. A source familiar with the investigation said Pelosi could send the article of impeachment to the Senate as early as Friday. On Jan. 13 the House approved one article of impeachment against Trump, making him the first president in U.S. history to be impeached twice. Now it is up to the Democratic-controlled Senate to decide whether Trump is guilty of the incitement charge.
Persons: Nancy Pelosi, Joe Biden's, Erin Scott WASHINGTON, Donald Trump, ” Pelosi, Pelosi, Trump, , Joe Biden’s Organizations: U.S . Capitol, Capitol, REUTERS, . House, Democratic, Republican Trump Locations: Washington , U.S, United States
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. House of Representatives Speaker Nancy Pelosi said on Thursday she will consult fellow Democrats about the Senate’s readiness to begin former President Donald Trump’s impeachment trial on charges of inciting a riot at the U.S. Capitol. A source familiar with the planning said Pelosi could send the article of impeachment to the Senate as early as Friday. In a House vote last week, Trump became the first president in U.S. history to be impeached twice. Now it is up to the Senate to decide whether Trump is guilty of the impeachment charge. Under Senate rules, the trial would start a day after the House delivered the charge.
Persons: Nancy Pelosi, Donald Trump’s, ” Pelosi, Pelosi, Republican Trump, Joe Biden, Trump, he’s, , ’ That’s, Organizations: WASHINGTON, . House, U.S . Capitol, Capitol, Republican, Democrat, Senate, Republicans Locations: United States
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. House of Representatives could as early as Friday send an impeachment charge accusing former President Donald Trump of inciting insurrection to the Senate, which must decide his fate and whether to block him from seeking office again. A source familiar with the planning told Reuters the House could transmit the article of impeachment it approved last week as early as Friday and No. In a House vote last week, the Republican Trump became the first president in U.S. history to be impeached twice. Democrats, who hold a House majority, narrowly took control of the Senate on Wednesday, but at least two-thirds of the 100-member body are required to convict Trump. Slideshow ( 3 images )Under Senate rules, the trial would start a day after the House delivered the charge.
Persons: Donald Trump, Dick Durbin, Nancy Pelosi, Joe Biden, Durbin, ” Durbin, , Republican Trump, Trump, Kevin McCarthy, Pelosi, ’ That’s Organizations: WASHINGTON, U.S . House, Senate, Reuters, Republican, Capitol, Democrats, Republicans, Fox News
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer is reviewing a request from Republicans to put off the start of former President Donald Trump’s impeachment trial until mid-February, a Schumer spokesman said Thursday. Trump, a Republican, left office on Wednesday and flew to his Florida resort, hours before Democrat Joe Biden was sworn in. A source familiar with the planning told Reuters the House could transmit the article of impeachment as early as Friday, and No. Trump has hired South Carolina-based lawyer Butch Bowers to represent him in his Senate impeachment trial, a source familiar with the matter said on Thursday. If not, you’ll quickly find Democrats frustrated and insisting that we move ahead with the accountability that could be delivered by an impeachment trial.”
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The Reuters Fact Check team previously debunked videos on social media claiming that Pelosi was accompanied by U.S. The image shows Obama exiting a car while a member of the Secret Service holds the door open for him. This claim was also false: the footage shows Obama visiting the former jail cell of South African anti-apartheid hero Nelson Mandela in 2013 and Obama has not been arrested. Fox News has not reported that Speaker Pelosi admitted to cheating on behalf of Democrats in the 2020 presidential election or that former President Obama was arrested. Read more about our work to fact-check social media posts reuters.com/fact-check/about .
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The Senate Armed Services Committee approved the waiver for Austin on Thursday, setting up a vote in the full Senate as soon as later in the day. The House Armed Services Committee had planned a hearing on the waiver issue, but could not do so quickly enough because the panel’s membership in the newly elected Congress has not been made final. If confirmed by the Senate to the post, Austin would become the first Black defense secretary. Former President Donald Trump’s first defense secretary, retired Marine Corps General Jim Mattis, also needed - and received - a waiver. Austin said he would work to get rid of “racists and extremists” from the ranks of the U.S. military.
Persons: Joe Biden’s, Lloyd Austin, Austin, Adam Smith, Donald Trump’s, Jim Mattis, Nancy Pelosi, Pelosi, , Biden Organizations: WASHINGTON, U.S . House, Senate, Austin, Senate Armed Services Committee, Democratic, Republican House, Armed Services Committee, , ” Armed Services, Democratic House, Marine, Pentagon, U.S . Locations: U.S
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - President Joe Biden will launch an array of initiatives on Thursday to rein in the raging coronavirus pandemic, tackling his top priority on his first full day in the White House as he tries to turn the page on Donald Trump’s tumultuous leadership. On Thursday, he will sign another round of executive orders related to the pandemic, including requiring mask-wearing in airports and on certain public transportation, including many trains, airplanes, and intercity buses, officials said. Biden has pledged to provide 100 million doses of the coronavirus vaccine during the first 100 days of his administration. Biden has urged lawmakers not to let Trump’s trial interfere with his legislative priorities and confirming his Cabinet. But White House spokeswoman Jen Psaki said on Wednesday Biden would leave the mechanics of how to proceed up to the Senate.
Persons: Joe Biden, Donald Trump’s, Jonathan Ernst, Pool, Biden, Coronavirus, Anthony Fauci, ” Biden, Trump’s, Trump, Nancy Pelosi, Jen Psaki, , Organizations: WASHINGTON, U.S, Capitol, REUTERS, Democratic, World Health Organization, WHO, Federal Emergency Management Administration, National Guard, FEMA Disaster Relief, FEMA, U.S . Senate, The Democratic, Capitol ., Republican, Wednesday Biden, Senate Locations: United States, Washington , U.S, Paris, coronavirus, Congress
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - President Joe Biden launched initiatives on Thursday to rein in the raging COVID-19 pandemic, tackling his top priority on his first full day in the White House as he tries to turn the page on Donald Trump’s tumultuous leadership. America deserves a response to the COVID-19 pandemic that is driven by science, data, and public health — not politics,” the White House said in a statement outlining the administration’s National Strategy on for the COVID-19 Response and Pandemic Preparedness. Later on Thursday, Biden will sign a series of executive orders related to the pandemic, including requiring mask-wearing in airports and on certain public transportation, including many trains, airplanes and intercity buses, officials said. Fauci will also brief reporters at the White House later on Thursday, White House spokeswoman Jen Psaki told MSNBC, cautioning any turn around on the disease will take time. Biden has urged lawmakers not to let Trump’s trial interfere with his legislative priorities and confirming his Cabinet.
Persons: Joe Biden, Donald Trump’s, Jonathan Ernst, Biden, Coronavirus, Trump, Anthony Fauci, Fauci, Jen Psaki, ” Biden, Trump’s, Nancy Pelosi, Psaki Organizations: WASHINGTON, U.S, Capitol, REUTERS, Democratic, World Health Organization, WHO, White, MSNBC, Federal Emergency Management Administration, National Guard, FEMA Disaster Relief, FEMA, U.S . Senate, The Democratic, Capitol ., Republican Locations: United States, Washington , U.S, COVID, Paris, coronavirus, Congress
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. President Joe Biden moved swiftly on his first full day in the White House on Thursday to fight the COVID-19 pandemic, his top priority as he turns the page on four years of Donald Trump’s tumultuous leadership. America deserves a response to the COVID-19 pandemic that is driven by science, data, and public health — not politics,” the White House said in a statement outlining its strategy against the coronavirus. House of Representatives Speaker Nancy Pelosi said the DPA would also be used to speed up delivery of protective gear. Biden signed 15 executive actions on Wednesday just hours after he was sworn into office, many aimed at sweeping away Trump’s policies. Biden has urged lawmakers not to let Trump’s trial interfere with his legislative priorities and confirming his Cabinet.
Persons: Joe Biden, Donald Trump’s, Jill Biden, Patti LaBelle, Jonathan Ernst, Biden, Trump, Nancy Pelosi, Anthony Fauci, Fauci, , Pelosi Organizations: WASHINGTON, U.S, Service, White, REUTERS, Capitol, Defense, Federal Emergency Management Administration, National Guard, FEMA Disaster Relief, FEMA, Democratic, World Health Organization, WHO, ABC News, Department of Education, U.S . Senate, The Democratic, Republican Locations: Washington , U.S, COVID, United States, Paris, Congress
Biden said he was stepping up the federal response to the virus including by taking steps to expand testing and vaccinations and increase mask-wearing. The pandemic has killed 405,000 people and infected more than 24 million in the United States, the highest numbers anywhere in the world. The United States was still in a “very serious situation” with the virus, but that seven-day averages suggested the infection rates were plateauing, he said. Biden made a personal plea to all Americans to wear masks over the next 99 days to stop the spread of the virus. As of Thursday morning, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said it had administered 17.5 million doses of COVID-19 vaccine out of some 38 million distributed.
Persons: Joe Biden, Anthony Fauci, Trump, Biden, Donald Trump, Fauci, , , ” Fauci, we’d, Trump’s, Nancy Pelosi Organizations: WASHINGTON, Democratic, Trump, Republican, Defense, World Health Organization, U.S . Centers for Disease Control, Prevention Locations: United States, States
A former Army captain who ran for state office in Florida last year has been arrested in the Jan. 6 attack on the U.S. Capitol by a pro-Trump mob. The man, Gabriel Augustin Garcia, uploaded videos to Facebook while inside the building during the riot, according to an FBI statement of facts. Garcia, a former captain in the Army, ran as a Republican to be a state representative last year in the Miami-Dade area, NBC Miami reported. Authorities have said the riot led to the deaths of five people, including a Capitol Police officer. More than 100 people have been federally charged, according to the Justice Department.
Persons: Gabriel Augustin Garcia, Garcia, Nancy, Nancy Pelosi, Enrique, Enrique Tarrio, Aubrey Webb, Webb, Joe Biden's, Biden, Donald Trump, Trump Organizations: Army, U.S, Capitol, Trump, Facebook, Capitol Police, FBI, Boys, Republican, Miami -, NBC Miami, baselessly, Authorities, Democratic, Senate, Sunday, Justice Department Locations: Florida, Miami, Miami - Dade
Biden will leave mechanics of Trump impeachment trial to Senate -White House
  + stars: | 2021-01-21 | by ( Reuters Staff | ) www.reuters.com sentiment -0.99   time to read: +1 min
REUTERS/Carlos Barria/File PhotoWASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. President Joe Biden will leave the mechanics of how to proceed with former President Donald Trump’s impeachment trial to the U.S. Senate, White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki said on Wednesday. “We are confident that ... the Senate ... can do their constitutional duty while continuing to conduct the business of the American people,” Psaki told reporters at a White House briefing. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi has yet to send the article of impeachment to the Senate. According to Senate rules, the Republican former president’s trial would start the day after the charge is sent over. Biden had earlier urged lawmakers not to allow Trump’s impeachment trial to interfere with other priorities in his early days in office, such as approval of his Cabinet and proposed legislation.
Persons: Donald Trump, Carlos Barria, Joe Biden, Donald Trump’s, Jen Psaki, , ” Psaki, “ He’s, ” Biden, Trump, Nancy Pelosi, Biden Organizations: Beach International, REUTERS, WASHINGTON, U.S . Senate, White House Press, Democrat, U.S . House, Capitol, Republican Locations: West Palm Beach , Florida, U.S
The Trump-installed General Counsel of the National Security Agency has been put on administrative leave a day after starting the role, due to a Department of Defense inspector general probe, CNN reported. Michael Ellis's installation just before President Joe Biden took office garnered criticism that the Trump administration was trying to burrow a loyalist in a civilian position. Michael Ellis, the National Security Agency general counsel who was installed just a day before President Joe Biden took office, is now on administrative leave because the Department of Defense inspector general is investigating his appointment, CNN reported. Last week, acting Secretary of Defense Christopher Miller told the head of the NSA to install Ellis as general counsel by 6 p.m. on Saturday. The NSA's general counsel position is not a political one but a civil servant role, which means it will be harder for the incoming Biden administration to fire him.
Persons: Michael Ellis's, Joe Biden, Trump, Michael Ellis, Christopher Miller, Ellis, Biden, Mr, Read, Nancy Pelosi, Miller, Trump's, Pelosi, Democratic Sens, Mark Warner, Jack Reed, White, Warner, Reed, Donald Trump, Devin Nunes, Nunes Organizations: Trump, National Security Agency, Department of Defense, CNN, NSA, Monday, Washington Post, Democratic, Defense Department
Trump spent Inauguration Day worrying about his Senate impeachment trial, The Daily Beast reported. Former President Donald Trump spent Inauguration Day at Mar-a-Lago, his private Florida club, fretting about his upcoming Senate impeachment trial, The Daily Beast reported. As a one-term president, Trump can run again for a second term, and has indicated plans to do so. Sen. Ben Sasse, also a Republican, told CBS This Morning that he would consider impeachment, saying Trump had "disregarded his oath of office." The date for Trump's Senate impeachment trial has not yet been set.
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A former Army captain has been arrested in connection with the January 6 riot at the Capitol. The FBI said that Gabriel Augustin Garcia published live footage from inside the building. 'We just went ahead and stormed the Capitol,' Garcia says in the video footage, according to an FBI document. A former army captain has been arrested in connection with the Capitol riot on January 6 after allegedly uploading live footage of the failed insurrection to Facebook and stating that he had just "stormed" the Capitol. According to the document, Garcia turned the camera to himself while filming and says: "We just went ahead and stormed the Capitol.
Persons: Gabriel Augustin Garcia, Garcia, Nancy, Nancy Pelosi, Jamie Raskin, Trump, Pelosi, Enrique, Enrique Tarrio, Joe Biden's, Christopher Wray, Aubrey Webb, Mr Organizations: Army, Capitol, FBI, Facebook, Trump, Department of Justice, NBC News, Boys
Ex-President Donald Trump is not prepared for his Senate impeachment trial despite the fact that it could begin as early as next week. Giuliani had called for "trial by combat" at that rally, encouraging Trump supporters to pressure Congress to reverse Biden's electoral victory. With the impeachment article still in Pelosi's hands, the Senate trial will not begin until Monday at the earliest. Durbin added, "we've seen the videos" of the riot, many of which were posted online by Trump supporters who were part of the mob. Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., on Tuesday said Trump was to blame for inciting the assault on the Capitol.
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Nancy Pelosi said Democrats would be "completely ready to go" to pass Biden's rescue plan during the first week of February. It sets up a swift timeline for Democrats to start moving on a core component of Biden's early legislative agenda. Earlier, House Democratic leaders reportedly said the chamber would be out of session next week to begin drafting stimulus legislation. Some also suggested it was too early to consider another proposal because Congress recently passed another government rescue plan. Democrats could opt to pass the rescue plan with only Democratic votes through the reconciliation process.
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House Speaker Pelosi said Trump won't receive a "get out of jail" card for the Capitol riot. The Senate will soon hold an impeachment trial and determine whether to bar Trump from public office. You're going to get a get-out-of-jail card free because people think we should make nice-nice and forget that people died here on January 6.'" Five people died as a result of the siege, including a Capitol Police officer whom Trump supporters beat with a fire extinguisher. The timing of Trump's impeachment trial in the Senate is currently in limbo.
Persons: Pelosi, Trump, Nancy Pelosi, Donald Trump, Biden, I'm, he's, Joe Biden's, doesn't Organizations: Capitol, Trump, California Democrat, Capitol Police, Senate Locations: United States, California
No 'get out of jail card' for Trump -Pelosi
  + stars: | 2021-01-21 | by ( Reuters Editorial | ) www.reuters.com sentiment -1.00   time to read: 1 min
PoliticsNo 'get out of jail card' for Trump -PelosiPostedWhen asked on Thursday if an impeachment trial of former U.S. president Donald Trump would undercut a message of unity, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi said ignoring all that he did would be "harmful to unity".
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