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Thursday, 25 February, 2021

Trump Election

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Maria Johnson
• Saturday, 02 January, 2021
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Donald J. Trump ’s removal from Twitter on Friday night might have been one internal decision by one tech company, but it was a seismic event in the history of American political media. By the time of Trump ’s ban last night, the platform had become American politics’ main forum for speech, drawing millions of people each day to its white-hot center of attention.

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Thanks in large part to their intense engagement in the runoff race, Georgia elected the first Black Democratic senator from a former Confederate state in Rev. But, that afternoon, jubilation gave way to shocked sadness when a group of mainly white insurrectionists stormed the U.S. Capitol in a failed attempt to stop the will of 81 million voters and 306 electors for President-elect Joe Biden.

Sen. Lindsey Graham was verbally harassed by at least a couple dozen Donald Trump supporters at Reagan National Airport on Friday after his public break with the president, according to a person at the scene who provided a video of the incident. The stunning revelation came in a letter from the speaker to House Democrats outlining next steps following a violent breach of the U.S. Capitol on Wednesday by Trump supporters.

Pelosi said she spoke to Joint Chiefs Chairman Gen. Mark Miller about guardrails in place that could prevent “an unstable president” from wielding the military or the country's nuclear arsenal. All it took was for the president to acknowledge the reality of his loss a little over a day after they, the MAGA faithful, stormed the Capitol in a violent attempt to stop the certification of President-elect Joe Biden’s win.

Pelosi has yet to make a final decision on how precisely Democrats will proceed, including whether to pursue a constitutional process that could remove Trump without impeachment. Alyssa Farah resigned in early December as White House communications director, a position she landed after a series of roles working under some of the most conservative figures in national politics: Vice President Mike Pence, chief of staff Mark Meadows and Representative Jim Jordan.

Farah has been mostly quiet since her resignation about a month after the election, maintaining a Twitter account that remains mostly supportive of the Republican Party and the conservative movement. But on Wednesday, as a pro-Donald Trump mob stormed the Capitol in a siege that would end in the deaths of five people, the tone of Farah’s tweets changed sharply.

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“President Trump has not always chosen the right words,” Haley said during an appearance at the RNC’s winter meeting on Amelia Island, Fla., according to a person familiar with her remarks. In a video released by the White House, Trump delivered what has become the customary statement most unsuccessful candidates issue hours after an election, though he never congratulated Biden or even uttered his name.

Trump ’s comments Thursday were a far cry from his statements Wednesday, when he said he “loved” the rioters and explained their behavior as “things and events that happen when a sacred landslide election victory is so unceremoniously & viciously stripped away.” Lawmakers from both parties have blamed Trump ’s election fraud rhetoric as the reason his supporters stormed the Capitol Building Wednesday, and many have called for his resignation because of his slow action to forcefully condemn them.

The social media company took its strongest action against the president to-date after he declined to strongly condemn the insurrectionists and continued to say the election was fraudulent. U.S. President Donald Trump walks to the Oval Office while arriving back at the White House on December 31, 2020, in Washington, DC.

President Donald Trump on Wednesday urged swarms of his supporters rioting in and around the U.S. Capitol to “go home now,” while continuing to falsely insist that his reelection was stolen. The president's earlier remarks in a brief video on Twitter came after lawmakers on both sides of the aisle publicly urged him to speak out with force against the chaos caused by his base.

The president's messages followed a lockdown at the Capitol building, where a joint session of Congress was underway to count the Electoral College ballots and confirm President-elect Joe Biden's victory. Several officials, including Biden and House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, begged Trump to flatly condemn his supporters' unprecedented actions.

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“I call on President Trump to go on national television now, to fulfill his oath and defend the Constitution and demand an end to this siege,” Biden said. Trump earlier in the day, at a rally outside the White House, angrily lashed out at a wide array of his perceived political enemies, including “weak Republicans” who refused to aid in his efforts to overturn the election.

President Donald Trump on Wednesday urged swarms of his supporters rioting in and around the U.S. Capitol to “go home now,” while continuing to falsely insist that his reelection was stolen. The brief clip came as the Capitol building, where a joint session of Congress was underway to count the Electoral College ballots and confirm President-elect Joe Biden's victory, remained under lockdown.

With Mr. Biden set to be inaugurated January 20, Mr. Trump is intensifying efforts to prevent the traditional transfer of power, ripping the party apart. “The 2020 election is over,” said a statement Sunday from a bipartisan group of 10 senators, including Republicans Susan Collins of Maine, Lisa Murkowski of Alaska, Bill Cassidy of Louisiana and Mitt Romney of Utah.

The unusual challenge to the presidential election, on a scale unseen since the aftermath of the Civil War, clouded the opening of the new Congress and is set to consume its first days. The House and Senate will meet Wednesday in a joint session to accept the Electoral College vote, a typically routine process that's now expected to be a prolonged fight.

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi said in a letter to colleagues that while there is “no doubt” of Mr. Biden's victory, their job now “is to convince more of the American people to trust in our democratic system.” Hawley defended his actions in a lengthy email to colleagues, explaining that his Missouri constituents have been “loud and clear” with their belief that Mr. Biden's defeat of Mr. Trump was unfair.

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But that state's Republican senator, Pat Thomas, criticized the attack on Pennsylvania's election system and said the results that named Mr. Biden the winner are valid. Cruz's coalition of 11 Republican senators vows to reject the Electoral College tallies unless Congress launches a commission to immediately conduct an audit of the election results.

Ron Johnson of Wisconsin, James Lank ford of Oklahoma, Steve Danes of Montana, John Kennedy of Louisiana, Marsha Blackburn of Tennessee and Mike Braun of Indiana. New senators in the group are Cynthia Summit of Wyoming, Roger Marshall of Kansas, Bill Haggerty of Tennessee and Tommy Turberville of Alabama.

The vice president “welcomes the efforts of members of the House and Senate to use the authority they have under the law to raise objections,” Pence's chief of staff, Marc Short, said in a statement Saturday. Senator Lindsey Graham of South Carolina said Sunday his colleagues will have an opportunity to make their case, but they must produce evidence and facts.

Although it was filled with numerous falsehoods, the statement marks a stark shift for Trump, who only Wednesday had been slow to call for the rioters to disperse and had to be persuaded to send reinforcements for Capitol Police as the building was under siege. After the violence, however, Trump has faced growing calls from lawmakers for his impeachment for having encouraged supporters to march on the Capitol.

There has also been increasing pressure on Pence and other Cabinet officials to invoke the 25th Amendment to the Constitution to remove Trump from office just days before his term ends. Trump offered a rare reflection on the damage that the Covid-19 pandemic has caused Americans, and he also acknowledged his loss to Biden.

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Donald J. Trump ’s removal from Twitter on Friday night might have been one internal decision by one tech company, but it was a seismic event in the history of American political media. By the time of Trump ’s ban last night, the platform had become American politics’ main forum for speech, drawing millions of people each day to its white-hot center of attention.

Thanks in large part to their intense engagement in the runoff race, Georgia elected the first Black Democratic senator from a former Confederate state in Rev. But, that afternoon, jubilation gave way to shocked sadness when a group of mainly white insurrectionists stormed the U.S. Capitol in a failed attempt to stop the will of 81 million voters and 306 electors for President-elect Joe Biden.

Sen. Lindsey Graham was verbally harassed by at least a couple dozen Donald Trump supporters at Reagan National Airport on Friday after his public break with the president, according to a person at the scene who provided a video of the incident. The stunning revelation came in a letter from the speaker to House Democrats outlining next steps following a violent breach of the U.S. Capitol on Wednesday by Trump supporters.

Pelosi said she spoke to Joint Chiefs Chairman Gen. Mark Miller about guardrails in place that could prevent “an unstable president” from wielding the military or the country's nuclear arsenal. All it took was for the president to acknowledge the reality of his loss a little over a day after they, the MAGA faithful, stormed the Capitol in a violent attempt to stop the certification of President-elect Joe Biden’s win.

Pelosi has yet to make a final decision on how precisely Democrats will proceed, including whether to pursue a constitutional process that could remove Trump without impeachment. Alyssa Farah resigned in early December as White House communications director, a position she landed after a series of roles working under some of the most conservative figures in national politics: Vice President Mike Pence, chief of staff Mark Meadows and Representative Jim Jordan.

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Farah has been mostly quiet since her resignation about a month after the election, maintaining a Twitter account that remains mostly supportive of the Republican Party and the conservative movement. But on Wednesday, as a pro-Donald Trump mob stormed the Capitol in a siege that would end in the deaths of five people, the tone of Farah’s tweets changed sharply.

“President Trump has not always chosen the right words,” Haley said during an appearance at the RNC’s winter meeting on Amelia Island, Fla., according to a person familiar with her remarks. In a video released by the White House, Trump delivered what has become the customary statement most unsuccessful candidates issue hours after an election, though he never congratulated Biden or even uttered his name.

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