Biden dice che i democratici non hanno voti per mettere sotto accusa Trump

Biden says Democrats don't have votes to impeach Trump

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Biden tells interviewer Dems won’t have necessary votes to convict Trump at impeachment
President Joe Biden on Monday dealt Senate Democrats a blow when he said in an interview that it seems they will be unable to convict former President Trump — once again — during an impeachment trial.

House Democrats presented an article of impeachment to the Senate Monday night.

rappresentante. Jamie Raskin, D-Md., one of nine House Democrats named as prosecutors in the upcoming trial, read the article of impeachment on the Senate floor.

Raskin quoted from Section 3 of the 14th Amendment, che ha detto “prohibits any person who hasengaged in insurrection or rebellion against the United States from holding any office under the United States.

Biden told CNN that he does not believe that Senate Democrats will get 17 Republicans to vote to convict the former president. He said that his opinion might have been different if Trump remained in office for a few more months. CLICCA QUI PER MAGGIORI INFORMAZIONI SULLA NOSTRA STORIA PRINCIPALE.

In altri sviluppi:
– Democratici alla Camera presente Trump impeachment charge to the Senate, consentendo l'inizio del processo
Democratic senator presiding over Trump impeachment trial pledges impartiality despite call to convict
– Democratici mostrando ‘shockingly bad judgment’ con il focus sull'impeachment di Trump: Cornyn
Leahy expected to preside over Trump impeachment trial instead of Chief Justice Roberts
Impeaching Trump as a former president a ‘moot point,’ Rounds says
– Gregg Jarrett: Pelosi cerca retaliation in Trump impeachment trialget ready for ‘the sequel

McConnell relents in Senate filibuster fight, Ecco perché
Pay close attention to the language of Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) tonight.

He’s relenting on his demand that Democrats promise they won’t ditch the filibuster in a power-sharing agreement in a 50-50 Senato. McConnell’s willing to deal now – because he knows Democrats – and Republicans, for that matter – lack the votes to eliminate the filibuster.

Così, McConnell is ready to deal.

We knew last week it was unlikely that there were ever the votes to get rid of the filibuster. But failing to eliminate the filibuster simply presents Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-NY) with a problem. The left-wing of the Democrat Party will come for Schumer when the Senate fails to pass big-ticket items important to progressives, ranging from climate change to DC statehood. Schumer could only do that by extinguishing the filibuster. But he lacks the votes to do so.

In altre parole, Schumer has the responsibility, but none of the power.

The converse is true for McConnell: he has the power in a 50-50 Senato, but none of the responsibility. Senza domande, McConnell may emerge as the most powerful Minority Leader in Senate history. CLICCA QUI PER MAGGIORI INFORMAZIONI.

In altri sviluppi:
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Dem senator dice ‘of course’ Il Senato dovrebbe considerare la fine dell'ostruzionismo se i repubblicani lo ostacolano
Squad member Pressley: ‘Past time finire the Jim Crow Filibuster
– Psaki promises ‘transparency’ e poi si rifiuta di fornire opinioni sulle principali azioni del Congresso

Trump crea l '"Ufficio dell'ex presidente"’ in Florida
Former President Donald Trump on Monday established an official post-presidency office in Palm Beach County, Florida to oversee his affairs, Fox News ha appreso.

A statement from Trump’s office said theOffice of the Former Presidentwill be responsible for hiscorrespondence, public statements, apparenze, and official activities.

The Office will alsoadvance the interests of the United States and … carry on the agenda of the Trump Administration through advocacy, organizing, and public activism.

The announcement comes as Democrats marched the impeachment case against Trump to the Senate Monday night for the start of his historic trial. Republican senators, nel frattempo, were easing off their criticism of the former president and shunning calls to convict him over his supposed role in the deadly siege at the U.S. Campidoglio. CLICCA QUI PER MAGGIORI INFORMAZIONI.

In altri sviluppi:
DOJ IG indagando whether officials tried to overturn 2020 elezione
– Democratici alla Camera presente Trump impeachment charge to the Senate, consentendo l'inizio del processo
– Dipartimento di Giustizia considers not charging all Capitol rioters, amid concerns of flooding the courts
Prosecutors dire ‘strong evidence’ mostra che i rivoltosi del Campidoglio volevano 'catturare e assassinare’ funzionari

LE LEGGI DI OGGI:
– Suo. Rand Paul scontri with ABC’s Stephanopoulos: ‘You’re forgetting who you are as a journalist!’
Pennsylvania woman accusato of stealing Pelosi laptop during Capitol riot covering tracks online: DOJ
Piers Morgan strappi media for not calling out Biden’s ‘Trump-sized lie’ sull'introduzione del vaccino
– Repubblicani stampa constitutional amendment term-limiting members of Congress
Americans still in attesa coronavirus stimulus checks as Biden reportedly offers $ 4B to Central America
– rappresentante. Boebert incendi back at Twitter troll who mocked her education level

LE ULTIME NOVITÀ DA FOX BUSINESS:
– Senato confirms Janet Yellen as first female Treasury secretary
– Dott. Fauci is the highest pagato employee in the federal government
– Newsom reclami lifting lockdown isn’t ‘politicalbut critics point to recall threat
– Biden impegni to use taxpayers’ dollars to invest in American businesses and jobs
Pelosi’s husband bets fino a $ 1M Tesla will flourish during Biden’s administration
– Bersaglio won’t sell Thai coconut milk after probe shows product made by forced monkey labor: rapporto

#Il flashback: CLICCA QUI per scoprire cosa è successo “Questo giorno nella storia.”

ALCUNE PAROLE DI PARTENZA

Sean Hannity discussed President Joe Biden’s policies regarding China on Monday night’s edition of “Hannity,” faulting the new president and Democrats for failing to hold China accountablefor anything.

“Stasera, at least one thing has become very clear – the Biden administration does not plan to hold China responsible for anything,” Ha detto Hannity. “Patience for China, but not the Keystone pipeline. Clearing a relationship with the malignant regime – the hostile regime that they are – that infected the world with Covid-19 – is more important to Biden.

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