Trump begins by punching Biden in the face before being helped by Rudy Giuliani and former New Jersey Governor, Chris Christie. The video was shared by the President's son after he tested positive for COVID-19 earlier in the week and is self-isolating.
In the bar fight scene from Robert De Niro's 1993 crime movie, the characters heads are replaced with political figures. Kamala Harris, Barack Obama, Nancy Pelosi, AOC, Hilary Clinton, and President-elect Joe Biden are all seated at the bar.
As the camera pans down the bar, the film's original audio continues to play in the background throughout the 53-second clip. I guess I've been totally asymptomatic,” adding that he was using his time in quarantine to polish his gun collection.
Commented Anna Paulina Luna, who's running to represent Florida's 13th District in the U.S. House. Records his address to the Republican National Convention on August 24 in Washington, D.C. On Saturday he posted a photo of himself next to a “Don Jr.
Rumors have been circulating, however, that he'll be considered for the U.S. Senate seat scheduled to open in 2022 in Pennsylvania because of Senator Pat Thomas's retirement, announced earlier this month. On October 4, Todd Tillich, Deputy DC Bureau Chief for Vice, tweeted that Trump Jr.
Has been deeply involved in his father's re-election campaign, especially in terms of social media. Democratic nominee Joe Biden had on average 26,145 interactions for each post on Facebook from the start of 2020 to October 20.
“I'll make this prediction right now: If for any reason the election is stolen from, or in some sort of way Joe Biden is declared the winner, Trump will announce he's going to run for re-election in 2024,” Bannon told The Australian. With 12 days to go until Joe Biden ‘s inauguration, the biggest question facing the nation is whether Donald Trump will be forcibly removed from office before January 20, either by the invocation of the 25th Amendment or impeachment.
Mr. Trump initially resisted taping the video, agreeing to do it only after aides pressed him, and he appeared to suddenly realize he could face legal risk for prodding the mob, coming shortly after the chief federal prosecutor for Washington left open the possibility of investigating the president for illegally inciting the attack by telling supporters to march on the Capitol and show strength. Pat A. Cipollone, the White House counsel, had warned Mr. Trump of just that danger on Wednesday as aides frantically tried to get the president to intervene and publicly call off rioters, which he did only belatedly, reluctantly, and halfheartedly.
On Thursday, Trump ’s eldest son, Don Jr., told the crowd gathered at the pre-siege rally that Republican lawmakers needed to help overturn the election results, warning those who refused, “We’re coming for you.” He also recorded and posted to Twitter a fun little video of him, his sister Ivanka, and his girlfriend, Kimberly Guilfoyle, gleefully celebrating all the people who’d descended on Washington to help block the certification of Biden’s win. In addition to potential charges for the president and those close to him, the Justice Department is working on identifying, arresting, and prosecuting the people who broke into the Capitol, a job made exceedingly more difficult thanks to the fact that most of them were allowed to just go on their merry way.
“The scenario has made our job difficult,” Mr. Sherwin said, noting that the police, FBI agents, counter terrorism investigators, and other law enforcement officials now had to rely on social media posts and video footage to identify suspects.