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The union's response has been markedly different in the case of Pham, who faces two federal misdemeanor charges related to entering the Capitol. Anyone who breached the Capitol "should be charged and receive whatever punishment is assigned to that," said Douglas Griffith, who is now the union president. In Chicago, for example, the union president initially defended the mob before backing down. Ture said police unions are breaking from their own because of the Capitol Police officer's death and the injuries sustained by dozens of other officers. Glaser said he suspects that the rioters' "violation of basic democratic principles is enough that the unions feel like they cannot back that up."
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Morton served nearly fours years on terrorism-related charges in federal prison, where he assisted the FBI as an informant. Download the NBC News app for breaking news and politicsThose crosscurrents are borne out in several statistical studies that focused on Islamist deplatforming. "You're only talking to people who echo the same views and obsessively talk about violence and anger and hate," Berger said. Morton and Berger also said there was a substantial difference between the deplatforming of jihadis and the deplatforming of right-wing extremists: their bases of support. That will make deplatforming right-wing extremists far more delicate and potentially less effective, said Faiza Patel, co-director of the Liberty and National Security Program at the Brennan Center for Justice at New York University Law School.
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Why Rage Over the 2020 Election Could Last Well Past Trump
  + stars: | 2021-01-18 | by ( Sabrina Tavernise | ) www.nytimes.com sentiment -0.94   time to read: +2 min
Polls indicate that only a small fraction of Americans approved of the riot in Washington last week. “It’s a dangerous situation,” said Lucan Way, a political scientist at the University of Toronto who writes about authoritarian regimes. The belief is still common among Republicans: A Quinnipiac poll published Monday found that 73 percent still falsely believe there was widespread voter fraud. “Polarization is not the problem anymore,” said Lilliana Mason, a political psychologist at the University of Maryland. Partisanship was always seen as an inert, harmless thing, she said, a way to get people interested in the otherwise boring topic of politics.
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But for many grass-roots Republicans, the episode at the Capitol was not the inflection point that some Republicans in Washington assumed it would be. to start a local Trump-centric third party. Even in blue states, Republican leaders find themselves still grappling with Mr. Trump’s politics of grievance. In the New Jersey State Senate, Republicans were split on a resolution condemning Mr. Trump for inciting the riot in the Capitol. Since Mr. Trump’s 2016 victory, 91 of the 168 positions on the Republican National Committee have turned over, with virtually all of the newcomers elected by Trump-aligned state parties.
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The decision could define the party and shape American democracy for generations to come. The impeachment measure is likely to sail through the Democratic-led House, with or without Republican support. And for some who want to make a break from Trump and chart a new path for the Republican Party, time is running short. The outcome may center on Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., a Trump ally who broke with him on Jan. 6 when making an impassioned plea to affirm President-elect Joe Biden's victory. "I think there is a sizeable majority in both chambers that desires an outcome where Trump cannot run for public office again," Cooper said.
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What Polls Say About Trump’s Impeachment and Possible Removal
  + stars: | 2021-01-13 | by ( Giovanni Russonello | ) www.nytimes.com sentiment -0.99   time to read: +1 min
Americans are on high alert as the country seeks to regain its balance after the mob attack on the Capitol last week, according to a range of polls released in recent days that reveal a nation frustrated by the president’s actions and unsure of what comes next. Three in four respondents to a nationwide CBS News/YouGov poll released Wednesday said it was at least somewhat likely that attempted violence could occur at President-elect Joseph R. Biden Jr.’s inauguration ceremony, which will take place on the Capitol steps just two weeks after armed extremists stormed the building. A Quinnipiac University survey released this week found that 70 percent of voters expressed concern for the safety of elected officials in the country. Clear majorities in those and other nationwide polls said President Trump bore the blame for the rioting at the Capitol last week, and his approval ratings have fallen to historic lows in his final days in office. But support for impeaching and removing him is not as widespread, although some polls do show a slim majority of the country backing it.
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Vehicles from the McAllen Police and the U.S. Border Patrol, as well as unidentified unmarked vehicles, patrolled the area ahead of Mr. Trump’s arrival. The Marine guard outside the West Wing on Monday, indicating that President Trump is in the Oval Office. of America announced it would no longer hold a major tournament at Mr. Trump’s New Jersey golf club. Prominent Republicans have threatened to leave the party or called on Mr. Trump to resign. Lehigh University in Pennsylvania last week revoked the honorary degree it had awarded to Mr. Trump in 1988, as did Wagner College on Staten Island, which had given one to Mr. Trump in 2004.
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Opinion | Trump Is Blowing Apart the G.O.P. God Bless Him.
  + stars: | 2021-01-12 | by ( Thomas L. Friedman | ) www.nytimes.com + 0.00   time to read: +2 min
Or as Donald Trump Jr. explained to the soon-to-be rioters (whom Ivanka called “patriots”), the G.O.P. This gathering should send a message to them: This isn’t their Republican Party anymore. This is Donald Trump’s Republican Party.”You tell ’em, Donny. Graham needed police protection from the Trumpers just to get to his plane. : The Trump Republican Party.
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WASHINGTON — House Democrats are determined to impeach President Donald Trump in his final days for inciting a deadly riot in the U.S. Capitol. But some worry that forcing a Senate trial just as Joe Biden is taking office could hinder the president-elect's administration. House Majority Leader Steny Hoyer, D-Md., told Democrats the chamber will vote Tuesday on a resolution to call on Vice President Mike Pence to invoke the 25th Amendment and remove Trump that way. The House will then meet on Wednesday to vote on impeachment, Hoyer said, according to his office. But it's not clear if the Senate can realistically vote on Biden nominees while simultaneously holding an impeachment trial.
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ET Live Updates: Homeland Security Chief Resigns; State Capitols Under Threat Capitol Police have suspended two officers. “I can assure you we have a heightened, heightened level of security,” Mr. Newsom said. Credit... Paul Sancya/Associated Press The Michigan State Capitol Commission voted unanimously on Monday to ban the open carry of weapons in the state Capitol in Lansing. Bill Belichick, the coach of the New England Patriots, publicly supported President Trump when he ran for office. Mr. Trump, who leaves office in less than two weeks, has been long been associated with the Patriots.
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With the help of fundraising efforts, private police officers in January are scheduled to begin patrols in the district — part of a larger "Buckhead Security Plan" unveiled earlier this month. Officer Steve Avery, an Atlanta police spokesman, said the department "encourages community involvement" to help reduce crime across the city. Criminal charges were brought against six Atlanta police officers accused of using force against two college students during the protests. The need for Buckhead to devise its own security plan "suggests that police themselves are incapable of performing the job of public safety," he said. The mayor's office did not immediately respond to a request for comment about Buckhead's security plan.
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Can Joe Biden Make American Politics Decent Again? - The New York Times
  + stars: | 2020-12-23 | by ( Frank Bruni | ) www.nytimes.com sentiment -0.99   time to read: +1 min
The year will turn, Joe Biden will take the oath of office, and we’ll heal. Like President-elect Biden, I believe in common ground, in comity, in identifying where we intersect rather than where we diverge. I was drawn to him, as were a critical mass of other Americans, because he represented the calm after the storm, the sense after the sensation. Trump has taken his refusal to concede to historic, previously unthinkable lengths. To this crew Biden is supposed to extend an olive branch?
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Antonio Mugica, the founder and CEO of voting-software company Smartmatic, has said that the conspiracy theories about his company shared by President Donald Trump and his allies are damaging his business. Mugica said Smartmatic is considering launching lawsuits against Fox News, Newsmax, and OANN for airing groundless conspiracy theories about his company. The founder and CEO of Smartmatic, a voting-software company, has said that countries across the world are worried that conspiracy theories spread by President Donald Trump and his allies could be used to undermine their own elections. Last week, Smartmatic sent a legal threat demanding that Fox News retract groundless claims made about its software on the network. Smartmatic provides election software for governments in Europe and South America, according to its website.
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The Electoral College is meeting on Monday to cast votes for the next president of the United States, President-elect Joe Biden. Trump has even attempted to subvert the Electoral College itself as part of his challenge to Biden's victory. All 538 members of the Electoral College is meeting on Monday to cast votes for the next president of the United States, President-elect Joe Biden. Brenda Smialowski/AFP/Getty ImagesTrump tried to subvert the Electoral College itselfAs his lawsuits crashed to defeat in the courts, Trump and his allies had also implemented a bizarre, last-ditch plot to subvert the Electoral College itself. Nevertheless, it appears that despite the Electoral College meeting, Trump has no plans to halt his increasingly doomed bid to overturn the election results.
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In 2020 alone, $1 trillion in Social Security benefits will be disbursed to about 65 million people. Since 2010, however, the Social Security payroll tax hasn't been enough to cover payments for the massive baby-boom generation that started to retire. How Social Security invests its moneyThink of Social Security like a pay-as-you-go type program. Employers match that amount, or if you're self-employed, you pay 12.4% into the Social Security trust fund. Will Social Security run out of money?
Persons: Gopi Shah, Gary Burtless, They're Organizations: Social, Social Security, Security, Stanford Institute for Economic Policy Research, Employers, Treasury, Brookings Institution Locations: Quinnipiac, U.S
ET 2020 Election Live Updates: Polls Show Biden Ahead in Pennsylvania and 3 Other Key States Polling conducted by The New York Times and Siena College also shows Biden ahead in Wisconsin, Florida and Arizona. Among eligible Pennsylvania voters who did not turn out in 2016, Mr. Biden is leading Mr. Trump by 12 points. And on Monday, in what is a clear attempt to needle Mr. Biden, he will head to Scranton, Mr. Biden’s hometown. Recent surveys of Pennsylvania indicate the race there is close: An average of polls shows Mr. Biden with a six-point lead. Of course, the Trump campaign has been doing all it can to hinder Mr. Biden from doing just that.
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Signs for Biden’s Republican rival, President Donald Trump, still prevail in their part of rural south-central Minnesota. [L1N29B1Q9]Biofuel plants are an important source of demand for farmers’ corn, used to make ethanol. When the cash-strapped Trump campaign canceled millions of dollars in TV advertisements in Iowa last month, the Biden campaign snapped up those spots, according to Biden’s advisers. But a recent poll by Quinnipiac University shows Trump and Biden running nearly even, with 47% and 46% of the vote respectively. Gibbs, who voted for Trump in 2016, said he left the Republican Party in part over the China trade war.
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Signs for Biden’s Republican rival, President Donald Trump, still prevail in their part of rural south-central Minnesota. [L1N29B1Q9]Biofuel plants are an important source of demand for farmers’ corn, used to make ethanol. When the cash-strapped Trump campaign canceled millions of dollars in TV advertisements in Iowa last month, the Biden campaign snapped up those spots, according to Biden’s advisers. But a recent poll by Quinnipiac University shows Trump and Biden running nearly even, with 47% and 46% of the vote respectively. Gibbs, who voted for Trump in 2016, said he left the Republican Party in part over the China trade war.
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Democrats Dare to Get Their Hopes Up Again in Texas
  + stars: | 2020-10-30 | by ( Kevin D. Williamson | ) www.wsj.com   time to read: +7 min
DallasDemocrats have two high hopes for Texas on Tuesday. Second, win control of the state House by flipping at least nine Republican-held seats. If Democrats are wary, however, it is because they have seen their high hopes for Texas dashed over and over. Incredible as it may sound to outsiders, Democrats may have a better chance of winning the presidential election in Texas than they do of winning the state House. Several well-informed Republican operatives in Texas say they expect Mr. Meyer to lose.
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