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• Monday, 16 November, 2020
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“Could you please step down and let our country heal?” tweeted Russell Moore, who heads the Southern Baptist Convention's public policy arm. The Republican senator had been helping the president's effort to overturn the election until this week, when Trump incited a mob attack on Congress.

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“And when I woke up and I saw that, you know, the narrative being driven with this wasn’t, you know, Trump supporters that did it, it was a false flag, that’s when I realized ... this could actually go really wrong in the next week if we’re not careful.” Meanwhile, U.S. Rep. Mary Miller, the Illinois congresswoman under criticism for invoking Adolf Hitler in a political speech, issued a vague statement on Twitter that seemed to be an attempt at addressing the blow back.

In this image from video, Rep. Adam Kin zinger, R-Ill., speaks as the House debates the objection to confirm the Electoral College vote from Pennsylvania, at the U.S. Capitol early Jan. 7, 2021. Kin zinger, a five-term representative from Cannon who has stepped up his criticism of Trump following the president’s refusal to recognize his loss to Democrat Joe Biden, said the president must leave office voluntarily or involuntarily after encouraging supporters who laid siege at the nation’s Capitol on Wednesday.

A line of Illinois Congressional Democrats joined Kin zinger in calling for Trump ’s removal including U.S. Sen. Dick Durban, of Springfield, U.S. Rep. Sean Caste of Downers Grove, Chicago U.S. Rep. Danny Davis, U.S. Rep. Bill Foster, of Naperville, Schaumburg U.S. Rep. Raja Krishnamurti, U.S. Rep. Marie Newman of La Grange, U.S. Rep. Brad Schneider of Deer field and U.S. Rep. Lauren Underwood of Naperville. Most, Miller only two Illinois Republicans to object to election results : Overnight, Congress certified the presidential election of Joe Biden, a quiet punctuation to a joint session of Congress that began a day earlier and was abruptly halted when a violent pro- Trump mob swarmed the Capitol in a last ditch effort to keep Trump in office.

But it wasn’t without some bumps; lawmakers loyal to the president pushed ahead with objections to election results from Arizona and Pennsylvania, which the House and Senate soundly rejected. Still, most House Republicans supported the objections, including Illinois U.S. Rep. Mary Miller of Oakland, who vowed to stand by Trump and questioned the integrity of the election and U.S. Rep. Mike Most, of Murfreesboro.

In a statement, Most said the votes didn’t meet “constitutional standard” and said the violence that broke out in the Capitol point to “the intense distrust that many Americans have towards the election process. If we have any hope of restoring that faith and healing the deep divisions in our country, our efforts must be rooted in constitutional principles and fair elections.” News website Vox.commas a list of all the Republicans in each state who voted in favor of the objections.

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Newly sworn-in Republican U.S. Rep. Mary Miller hasn’t responded to calls for an apology or for her to resign after invoking Adolf Hitler in a political speech this week in the shadows of the U.S. Capitol. Political reporter Mark Maxwell, of CATV in central Illinois, located a video of U.S. Rep. Miller’s full speech here.

Illinois begins paying out extra $300 per week in federal unemployment aid, the Tribune’s Abdul Jimenez writes. From the Tribune’s Robert McCain: “Illinois lawmakers plan to create 75 new cannabis store licenses to give poor and minority applicants another chance at entering the billion-dollar industry after being excluded by the current system.

Meanwhile, U.S. Rep. Mary Miller, the Illinois congresswoman under criticism for invoking Adolf Hitler in a political speech, issued a vague statement on Twitter that seemed to be an attempt at addressing the blow back. In this image from video, Rep. Adam Kin zinger, R-Ill., speaks as the House debates the objection to confirm the Electoral College vote from Pennsylvania, at the U.S. Capitol early Jan. 7, 2021.

Kin zinger, a five-term representative from Cannon who has stepped up his criticism of Trump following the president’s refusal to recognize his loss to Democrat Joe Biden, said the president must leave office voluntarily or involuntarily after encouraging supporters who laid siege at the nation’s Capitol on Wednesday. A line of Illinois Congressional Democrats joined Kin zinger in calling for Trump ’s removal including U.S. Sen. Dick Durban, of Springfield, U.S. Rep. Sean Caste of Downers Grove, Chicago U.S. Rep. Danny Davis, U.S. Rep. Bill Foster, of Naperville, Schaumburg U.S. Rep. Raja Krishnamurti, U.S. Rep. Marie Newman of La Grange, U.S. Rep. Brad Schneider of Deer field and U.S. Rep. Lauren Underwood of Naperville.

Most, Miller only two Illinois Republicans to object to election results : Overnight, Congress certified the presidential election of Joe Biden, a quiet punctuation to a joint session of Congress that began a day earlier and was abruptly halted when a violent pro- Trump mob swarmed the Capitol in a last ditch effort to keep Trump in office. But it wasn’t without some bumps; lawmakers loyal to the president pushed ahead with objections to election results from Arizona and Pennsylvania, which the House and Senate soundly rejected.

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Still, most House Republicans supported the objections, including Illinois U.S. Rep. Mary Miller of Oakland, who vowed to stand by Trump and questioned the integrity of the election and U.S. Rep. Mike Most, of Murfreesboro. In a statement, Most said the votes didn’t meet “constitutional standard” and said the violence that broke out in the Capitol point to “the intense distrust that many Americans have towards the election process.

If we have any hope of restoring that faith and healing the deep divisions in our country, our efforts must be rooted in constitutional principles and fair elections.” News website Vox.commas a list of all the Republicans in each state who voted in favor of the objections. Newly sworn-in Republican U.S. Rep. Mary Miller hasn’t responded to calls for an apology or for her to resign after invoking Adolf Hitler in a political speech this week in the shadows of the U.S. Capitol.

J.B. Pritzker takes off his mask to speak while giving a coronavirus update from the Thompson Center in downtown Chicago on Dec. 1, 2020. Illinois begins paying out extra $300 per week in federal unemployment aid, the Tribune’s Abdul Jimenez writes.

Violent breach at Capitol triggers DC uncertainty Chief Steven Sound said Thursday that police had planned for a free speech demonstration and did not expect the violent attack.

His resignation was confirmed to The Associated Press by a person familiar with the matter who was not authorized to speak publicly. Lawmakers from both parties have pledged to investigate law enforcement’s actions and questioned whether a lack of preparedness allowed a mob to occupy and vandalize the building.

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“Obviously it was a failure or you would not have had people enter the Capitol by breaking windows and terrorizing the members of Congress who were doing a very sacred requirement of their jobs.” President Donald Trump was given a series of deadlines to produce his DNA and other evidence as part of mandatory discovery in an ongoing defamation lawsuit on Monday.

E. Jean Carroll is an author and Elle advice columnist who accused the 45th president of raping her sometime in late 1995 or early 1996. Trump later denied the accusation in an interview with The Hill and Carol subsequently sued for defamation in New York.

A letter sent by Carroll’s attorneys notes that prior deadlines for the production of the DNA evidence were put on hold by an appeals court pending the outcome of a decision in a similar case filed by former Apprentice contestant Summer Zeros –who alleged that Trump sexually assaulted her in 2007. “As a result of that decision, the relevant deadlines in the Court’s Preliminary Conference Order dated December 12, 2020, are no longer ‘temporarily stayed,” the letter sent to Trump attorney Marc Horowitz notes.

That ruling was the result of a subpoena for the 45th president’s financial records filed by Manhattan District Attorney Cyrus Vance. “We are now eager to move forward with discovery so that we can prove that Donald Trump defamed E. Jean Carroll when he lied about her in connection with her brave decision to tell the truth about the fact that Donald Trump had sexually assaulted her,” Carol’s attorney Roberta Kaplan said last week.

The upshot of the state court’s ruling is that the parties in the defamation lawsuit will now commence with discovery–while still more or less abiding by the original time frame for the pause. “We can be flexible with respect to the location and method for obtaining DNA sample in order to accommodate security needs or other issues.

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Donald Trump supporters also rated him higher on a number of hot-button issues, such as the economy, foreign policy, immigration, and ISIS, “in some cases by 30- and 40-percentage point margins,” Yahoo added. “The key question is: Will the currently fragmented college-educated half of the GOP coalesce around another candidate (say, Rubio) eventually?… If they do, they can stop Trump.

But more often than not, Donald Trump rallies are stocked to the gills with avid supporters, and they don’t necessarily fit the mold illustrated by the CNN/ORC research. They ran the gamut from middle class families to female college students to senior citizens.

Also, as Yahoo pointed out, “people without a college degree represent 68 percent of the population over 25 years of age.” If Donald Trump is motivating this group to a high voter turnout, it’s not unrealistic that he could first win the nomination and then clinch the White House.

He has had some very bitter public battles with right-leaning Fox News since the first debate, and party heads are starting to coalesce behind “safer” candidates like Marco Rubio and Jeb Bush. Even so, adding up Bush and Rubio’s support doesn’t touch the 36 percent Donald Trump is currently commanding.

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