President Trump initially resisted taping his video message acknowledging his election loss but agreed to after the White House counsel warned him he could face legal charges, The FBI released an image today of a hooded suspect wearing a mask, gloves and carrying an object as hundreds of Donald Trump supporters rioted in Washington DC on Wednesday.
Jenny Judd boasted in a Facebook video about how the supposed 'patriots' had invaded the US Congress after listening to DonaldTrump's fiery speech near the White House. Iran's Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei slammed the U.S. in a series of scathing tweets and said their 'American values' are being 'ridiculed even by their friends' following the Capitol riots.
A staunch and outspoken supporter of Joe Biden and progressive politics, Lady Gaga made her feelings known on Thursday night following the harrowing events that transpired in Washington. Twitter's share price slipped 1.8 percent on Thursday after the social media giant suspended DonaldTrump's account for 12 hours over his dangerous rhetoric about riots at the Capitol.
News of Betsy Devon' departure came hours after Transportation Secretary Elaine Chao, who is married to Senate Republican Leader Mitch McConnell, also tendered her resignation. The Florida estate where Jeffrey Epstein sexually abused young girls is set to be bulldozed after a local developer bought it, reportedly for $18 million, and confirmed he plans to knock it down.
Dozens of Trump supporters breached the security perimeter and entered the Capitol on Wednesday afternoon as Congress voted to affirm Biden's presidential win President Donald Trump has spoken about the possibility of granting himself a self-pardon, pardoning family members and close associates, as well as a pair of rappers in his final days in office.
Videos shared on social media showed US police apparently opening fences for the mob and taking selfies with them, prompting suspicions that some of them sympathized with the invasion. In a statement the former First Lady slammed the lenient police response to the mob, arguing that it was a far cry from law enforcement's crackdown on BLM protesters this past summer.
Two more rioters in Wednesday's violent siege at the Capitol were identified on Thursday night as Florida firefighter Andy Williams and 'Baby Lives Matter' founder Taylor Hansen. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez upped the Twitter feud with Ted Cruz on Thursday evening by calling him out for pleading for money in a fundraising text sent after protesters descended on the Capitol Wednesday.
Transportation Secretary Elaine Chao, who is married to Senate Republican Leader Mitch McConnell resigned citing President Trump's behavior in regard to Capitol Hill riots. Anton du Bike has made a call for influencers and reality stars to be more aware of their social media presence and not spread misinformation online.
Amid calls for Trump to be stripped of his powers before Joe Biden is sworn in on January 20, the New York Times reported that the president has spoken to his advisors about the possibility of granting himself a self-pardon in his remaining days in office. Also thought to be in the frame is personal lawyer Rudy Giuliani, who spoke to a rally crowd on Wednesday urging 'trial by combat' shortly before a mob overran the Capitol.
Trump has told advisors since Election Day that he was thinking about the idea of a self-pardon, even as he doled out pardons to political supporters like former national security advisor Gen. Mike Flynn, who withdrew his guilty plea to lying to the FBI in the Russia probe. The Biden administration would be faced with whether to honor the pardon as well as whether to charge a former president, and federal judges would have to sort out its validity.
Trump's list also includes some prominent rappers Lil Wayne and Kodak Black, Bloomberg reported. Dwayne Michael Carter Jr., whose stage name is Lil Wayne, served time on weapons charges.
Raffensperger attempted to correct the president after he claimed the machines had recently removed or altered by Dominion employees. Dominion has said that the allegations have even led to death threats against some of it workers including one who is unable to return home.
Eric Cooper, security director at the Colorado-based firm, said he wants his life back after being named in false charges as a key actor in 'rigging' the election for President-elect Joe Biden. 'I have been thrust into the public spotlight by people with political and financial agendas but, at heart, I am a private person,' Cooper said in a statement.
Dominion, which provided vote-counting equipment to several states, has denied accusations that it switched Trump votes in Biden's favor, and no evidence has emerged to back those charges up. Dominion and another voting technology company, Aromatic, have begun to fight back against being named in baseless conspiracy theories.
President Donald Trump greets onlookers as he walks to Marine One on the South Lawn of the White House on Monday in Washington, DC. The creators of South Park have mocked Donald Trump ’s reaction to his election loss in a new festive ‘deepfake’ video that depicts him descending into meltdown as he reads out a Christmas story for kids.
Brought to life by Trey Parker and Matt Stone, the amusing skit shows Trump sulking as he reads a reindeer story with a political twist to reflect his defeat to Joe Biden in November and his failed attempts to cling on to power since. The parody aired in the latest episode of the comedy duo’s satirical web series, Sassy Justice, and uses deepfake technology, which replaces one's likeness with another’s with uncannily convincing results.
Trump ’s character, which is played by Peter Serafinowicz, is seen sporting a colorful Christmas Jumper and a festive hat. As the fable continues, Trump ’s character becomes notably more incensed as he finds parallels between himself and the reindeer, blurring the lines between the animal’s plight and his own.
The parody aired in the latest episode of the comedy duo Trey Parker (right) and Matt Stone's (left) satirical web series, Sassy Justice, and uses deepfake technology, which replaces one's likeness with another’s with uncannily convincing results No longer reading from the book in front of him, the Trump character, seemingly on the verge of tears, begins frantically gesturing his arms and whimpering: ‘He did not win the election.
The show is centered on a character called Fred Sassy who is an American Consumer Advocate and reporter for a local TV station in Cheyenne, Wyoming.