Month: February 2021

Watch Live: Trump’s Lawyers Make Their Case In His Impeachment Trial

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How Democrats Are Trying To Convince Republican Senators To Convict Trump

In this installment of the FiveThirtyEight Politics podcast, Cardozo School of Law professor and ABC News contributor Kate Shaw discusses the evidence presented by House impeachment managers in former President Trump’s second impeachment trial. [Related: How Has The Nation Changed Since The Insurrection At The Capitol?] Source:

After Democrats’ Visceral Presentation, Trump Team On Stage

WASHINGTON (AP) — After a prosecution case rooted in emotive, violent images from the Capitol siege, Donald Trump’s impeachment trial shifts on Friday to defense lawyers prepared to make a fundamental concession: The violence was every bit as traumatic, unacceptable and illegal as Democrats say. But, they will say, Trump had nothing to do with

‘Forever Stained’: Wall Street Journal Delivers Devastating Verdict On Donald Trump

Trump’s legacy “will be forever stained” by the deadly violence that rocked the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6 and “by his betrayal of his supporters in refusing to tell them the truth” about his 2020 election loss in the weeks leading up to the insurrection, said the newspaper’s conservative editorial board. And “whatever the result”

Fox News Analyst: ‘Hard To Quantify’ How Badly Trump Betrayed The Constitution

“I can’t think of any other president, if you (don’t) just take Jan. 6 by itself, but this whole continuum from Nov. 3rd up until he left office ― that’s as bad as anything I’m aware of in American history from an American president,” said McCarthy, a columnist for National Review. Trump was impeached by

2 Capitol Rioters Busted After They Delayed Their Bus Trip Home To Pennsylvania

A witness who used Facebook to organize a bus trip in support of former President Donald Trump’s efforts to overturn the results of the 2020 election gave up the names of two passengers after they delayed the group’s return to Pennsylvania and one bragged about illegally entering the U.S. Capitol. Mark Roderick Aungst and Tammy

David Hogg Takes On Trump Toady Mike Lindell With New Pillow Company

Parkland school shooting survivor David Hogg is starting a pillow company with software entrepreneur William LeGate to compete with right-wing election denier Mike Lindell’s MyPillow. “This pillow fight just got very real,” Hogg, who has become a prominent gun control activist, declared on Twitter Thursday. Their venture — which Hogg and LeGate insist is not

‘President Jon Stewart’ Taunts Trump With Own Ranting Resignation From Actors Union

Trump, who was facing expulsion from the union for inciting the deadly U.S. Capitol riot, boasted in the letter released Thursday about his claimed impact on the entertainment industry. He also whined the union had “done nothing for me.” He signed it: “President Donald Trump.” Stewart responded with his own mock declaration. “I too, renounce

What Do Americans Think Of Marjorie Taylor Greene? Liz Cheney? Josh Hawley?

Welcome to Pollapalooza, our weekly polling roundup. Poll(s) of the week With former President Trump out of office, other Republican politicians, from Sen. Josh Hawley to Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene to Rep. Liz Cheney, are taking their turns in the limelight. But it hasn’t exactly been an auspicious debut: New polls this week from Morning