Thursday January 14, 2021 5:00am BREAKING NEWS: STAN J. CATERBONE Case File – THE CAPITOL RIOTS – LNP – Front Page Headline IMPEACHED AGAIN Including  Part Video Series Thursday January 14, 2021https://t.co/Ya3sCPww23 pic.twitter.com/XxMhYjT4lO … [Read more...] about How newspapers across the country reacted to Trump’s historic second impeachment
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So if convicted, Trump can never be president again? The Senate would need to convict him with a two-thirds majority vote, and follow that with a 50% majority vote to prevent him from holding future office. This is attractive to the many Republican senators who want to run for president themselves in 2024, and don’t want to face Trump. According to the New York Times, it is also attractive to none other than Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, who is said to want Trump the hell out of the Republican party. (In a letter to his party this week, McConnell clarified that he has “not made a final decision” on how he will vote, and will do so at the trial.) … [Read more...] about Smart talking points: What happens next with President Trump’s impeachment?
In articles of impeachment introduced on Monday, Trump is formally charged with “incitement of insurrection,” and accused of “inciting violence against the Government of the United States.” A floor debate is due to convene this morning (Wednesday, January 13), followed by a vote. The move has support from House Democrats as well as a handful of Republicans, and would mark the first time in history that a U.S. president has been impeached twice. … [Read more...] about How to watch the Trump impeachment vote on CNN, PBS, and elsewhere live without cable
So he got to work. Moore is a veteran editor on Wikipedia, spending hours a day creating, shepherding, and policing articles. He started in 2007, ranging across topics of personal interest like music or architecture, but since early last year he’s been focused on the pandemic and political protests. Just after 1:30 p.m. EST, as rioters and police clashed at the bottom of the Capitol steps, he wrote, “On January 6, 2021, thousands of Donald Trump supporters gathered in Washington, D.C., to reject results of the November 2020 presidential election.” He appended links to a couple of sources deemed “reliable” by the community—NPR and The Washington Post—clicked save, and notified some other editors about his article. It was tentatively titled “January 2021 Donald Trump Rally.” … [Read more...] about As a mob attacked the Capitol, Wikipedia struggled to find the right words