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CNN:
Trump explodes at Nixon comparisons as he prepares to leave office  —  (CNN)In his final days in office, President Donald Trump has found the parts of the job he loved replaced by cold legal warnings, forced video addresses and a shrinking circle of downtrodden aides, all anxiously wondering …
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Cristina Cabrera / Talking Points Memo:
Report: Trump Aides Putting Together Goodbye Crowd For Outgoing POTUS On Inauguration Day  —  President Donald Trump's aides are putting together plans for him to enjoy the adoration of his supporters one last time before he leaves office on the day of President-elect Joe Biden's inauguration, according to CNN.
Twitter:
What to expect on Twitter on US Inauguration Day 2021  —  President-elect Joe Biden and Vice President-elect Kamala Harris will both be sworn into office during the United States' 59th Presidential Inauguration.  This year, multiple challenging circumstances will require that most people experience this historic ceremony virtually.
Hans Nichols / Axios:   Scoop: Anita Dunn to join Biden White House as senior adviser
Randy Krehbiel / Tulsa World:
Sen. James Lankford apologizes to Black Tulsans for questioning presidential election results … U.S. Sen. James Lankford apologized to Black Tulsans on Thursday for not recognizing that his involvement in questioning presidential election results would offend them.
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Politico:
Feds edge closer to sedition charge in Capitol riot aftermath  —  Federal prosecutors on Thursday for the first time described last week's assault on the U.S. Capitol as a “violent insurrection that attempted to overthrow the United States Government” — and one they consider to still be underway.
Discussion: CNN and The Week
Josh Gerstein / Politico:
Lawmakers who conspired with Capitol attackers in legal peril  —  Lawmakers who interacted with the pro-Trump protesters who rioted at the Capitol last week could face criminal charges and will almost certainly come under close scrutiny in the burgeoning federal investigation into the assault, former prosecutors said.
Discussion: The Hill
Washington Post:
Post-ABC poll: Overwhelming opposition to Capitol attacks, majority support for preventing Trump from serving again  —  The vast majority of Americans say they oppose the actions of the rioters who stormed and ransacked the Capitol on Jan. 6, while smaller majorities say President Trump bears responsibility …
Discussion: Washington Examiner
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Gary Langer / ABC News:
With partial blame for the Capitol attack, majority favors barring Trump from office  —  Fifty-four percent also say Trump should be charged with inciting a riot.  —  Catch up on the developing stories making headlines.  —  Drew Angerer/Getty Images, FILE
New York Magazine:
Ted Cruz's Former Staffers Are ‘Disgusted’ by His New Low for Trump  —  Ted Cruz h as long had a public reputation as an unctuous asshole.  Even so, his staffers have tended to hold him in high regard as a kind and geeky man who treated his underlings well even while his fellow senators loathed him.
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Alex Isenstadt / Politico:
Diminished Trump leaves a vacuum for 2024 hopefuls  —  President Donald Trump's would-be Republican successors see an opening.  —  As the politically diminished president prepares to leave office following a deadly pro-Trump riot at the Capitol and an impeachment vote backed by 10 GOP House members …
ABC News:
Longtime Trump advisers connected to groups behind rally that led to Capitol attack  —  Roger Stone, Steve Bannon and Michael Flynn all promoted the Jan. 6 rally.  —  US Capitol riots: Tracking the insurrection  —  On Jan. 6, rioters coming from a pro-Trump rally broke into the U.S. Capitol …
Discussion: Political Wire
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Luke Mogelson / New Yorker:
Among the Insurrectionists  —  The Capitol was breached by Trump supporters who had been declaring, at rally after rally, that they would go to violent lengths to keep the President in power.  A chronicle of an attack foretold.  —  By the end of President Donald Trump's crusade against American democracy …
Jake Bleiberg / Associated Press:
Prosecutor: Capitol rioter aimed ‘to take hostages’  —  FORT WORTH, Texas (AP) — A retired Air Force officer who was part of the mob that stormed the U.S. Capitol last week carried plastic zip-tie handcuffs because he intended “to take hostages,” a prosecutor said in a Texas court on Thursday.
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Associated Press:
Capitol rioters included highly trained ex-military and cops
Discussion: Washington Examiner
Teo Armus / Washington Post:
Rioters wanted to ‘capture and assassinate’ lawmakers, prosecutors say.  A note left by the ‘QAnon Shaman’ is evidence.  —  As federal law enforcement officers sift through evidence tied to the attack on the U.S. Capitol, they have tried to determine what compelled rioters to force their way into the building.
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KMOV-TV:
‘QAnon Shaman’ hires St. Louis attorney Al Watkins, seeks pardon for following Trump's ‘invitation’
Discussion: Washington Times
Priscilla Alvarez / CNN:
Rehearsal for Biden inauguration ceremony pushed back a day amid security concerns  —  What the Capitol looks like ahead of impeachment vote  —  Washington (CNN)The rehearsal for the inauguration ceremony will be delayed a day amid heightened security concerns, acting Homeland Security …
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Greg Garrison / al.com:
Tuberville says delay inauguration, but date is set by Constitution  —  U.S. Sen. Tommy Tuberville of Alabama suggested in a TV interview on Thursday that President-elect Joe Biden's inauguration should be delayed - even though the date is set in the U.S. Constitution.
Discussion: CBS 42 and HuffPost
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Matthew Chapman / Raw Story:   Alabama senator suggests delaying the inauguration — not realizing the date is in the Constitution: report
Benjy Sarlin / NBC News:
Some Democrats in Congress are worried their colleagues might kill them  —  WASHINGTON — In the aftermath of last week's deadly assault on the Capitol by supporters of President Donald Trump, members of Congress are expressing something once unthinkable: that some of their own colleagues may be endangering their lives.
New York Times:
400,000 More U.S. Deaths Than Normal Since Covid-19 Struck  —  U.S.A.WorldHealth  —  Latest Maps and Data Vaccine Doses Your Places Hospitals National Death Toll Colleges and Universities Restrictions  —  Alabama Alaska Arizona Arkansas California Colorado Connecticut Delaware Washington …
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Wall Street Journal:   The Covid-19 Death Toll Is Even Worse Than It Looks
Jim VandeHei / Axios:
The post-Trump Republican Party has been gutted in almost every way imaginable  —  Republicans will emerge from the Trump era gutted financially, institutionally and structurally.  —  The big picture: The losses are stark and substantial.  — They lost their congressional power.
CNN:
I've had it with interviewing Trump supporters who go off the deep end  —  Alisyn Camerota is a CNN anchor and co-host of CNN's morning show, “New Day.”  The views expressed in this commentary are solely those of the author.  View more opinion articles on CNN.
Business Insider:
Trump administration staffers are getting snubbed while hunting for jobs.  One recruiter tried to place six of them and couldn't land any interviews. … - Departing Trump White House communications staff are getting the cold shoulder from some corners of the job market.
Discussion: Daily Kos
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Ashley Parker / Washington Post:
For those who quit Trump after riot, critics say it's too little — and four years too late
Discussion: DNyuz
NBC News:
Confirmation hearing for Biden's national intelligence chief abruptly postponed  —  The first confirmation hearing for one of President-elect Joe Biden's crucial cabinet posts has been abruptly rescheduled, the ranking members of the Senate Intelligence Committee said on Thursday.
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Zachary Basu / Axios:
Senate postpones confirmation hearing for Biden intel pick Avril Haines
Discussion: Politico
Washington Post:
How the rioters who stormed the Capitol came dangerously close to Pence  —  The violent mob that stormed the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6 came perilously close to Vice President Pence, who was not evacuated from the Senate chamber for about 14 minutes after the Capitol Police reported …
Discussion: The New Neo
Trone Dowd / VICE:
The Guy Who Flew a Confederate Flag in the Capitol Has Predictably Surrendered  —  His son allegedly bragged about being part of the riot.  —  TD  —  The man who brought a confederate flag into the Capitol during the insurrection last week has, predictably, surrendered.
Rebecca Traister / The Cut:
They've Been Calling for Bloodshed the Whole Time Some on the right have supported violence for years now; the party has built its power on them.  —  In the aftermath of the violent insurrection at the Capitol on January 6, I have watched as Republicans and some Democrats expressed their shock …
Jonathan Larsen / TYT Network:
Prayer Breakfast Leaders Backed Trump's Election Lies  —  Leaders of the National Prayer Breakfast donated to Pres. Trump, and to Republican candidates who supported Trump, even after he began claiming that the election had been stolen, campaign filings show.
Grace Segers / CBS News:
GOP Congressman Adam Kinzinger says Trump is “nuts” after impeachment vote  —  Washington — Congressman Adam Kinzinger, one of the 10 Republicans who voted to impeach President Trump on Wednesday, has been a frequent critic of the president.  He believes that Mr. Trump incited violence on January 6 …
Todd A. Heywood / Michigan Advance:
Breaking: Whitmer activates Michigan National Guard in advance of Sunday protest  —  A spokeswoman for Gov. Gretchen Whitmer confirmed Friday morning the Michigan National Guard has been activated in advance of expected right-wing protests in downtown Lansing this weekend.
The Hill:
GOP in bind over Trump as corporate donations freeze  —  Republicans are in a bind as they consider how to move on from President Trump, who has passionate support from a large chunk of the party but has become completely toxic in the eyes of more traditional Republicans.
Fox Business:
Harvard students seek to revoke Trump graduates' diplomas after Capitol Hill violence  —  ‘Revoke their Degrees’ targets Kayleigh McEnany, Sen. Cruz and Rep. Crenshaw  —  Harvard's finances could be impacted by student-led Trump ban: Gasparino  —  They're at it again.
Discussion: Townhall
boebert.house.gov:
Rep. Boebert Calls Out Rep. Maloney's Lies  —  FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE  —  Contact: Boebert.Press@mail.house.gov  —  Washington, DC - Today, U.S. Congresswoman Lauren Boebert (CO-03) called out U.S. Representative Sean Patrick Maloney:  —  “Yesterday, on national television …
Politico:
Online extremists are ignoring Trump's call for calm  —  President Donald Trump has instructed his followers to not engage in political violence following the deadly riots on the Capitol on Jan 6.  But the video in which he made the plea has barely made a dent in the groundswell of extremism …
Discussion: Raw Story and VICE
 
 
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