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Trump’s prospects for Senate acquittal unclear as most Republicans undecided or not talking
President Trump’s chances for an acquittal in his upcoming Senate impeachment trial were unclear this week, with most Senate Republicans either undecided on the matter or refusing to comment.
Fox News contacted every Republican who will be serving as a senator when the trial is likely to begin, sometime after President-elect Joe Biden’s inauguration on Jan. 20.
Given that a two-thirds majority is needed to convict, 17 Republicans would have to vote against the president, assuming all 48 民主党人, and the two independents who caucus with them, 这样做.
But only 13 GOP senators volunteered they will vote to acquit Trump on the House-passed impeachment resolution, which charged the president with “煽动起义。”
Based on responses to Fox News and publicly available statements, 10 Republicans were undecided, three refused to comment and 24 did not respond, despite repeated requests over two days.
In the House, 10 Republicans crossed the aisle to support the impeachment resolution, which passed Wednesday.
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell was among the Republicans saying they wanted to listen to the arguments before casting a vote. 单击此处了解我们的更多故事.
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Twitter’s Trump ban just the beginning, CEO Dorsey suggests in leaked ‘whistleblower’ 视频
Twitter’s policy enforcement actions will go far beyond banning President Trump, a leaked recording of Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey suggests.
Project Veritas released the clip Thursday, claiming it came from a Twitter “insider whistleblower” who secretly recorded remarks by Dorsey to his staff.
“You should always feel free to express yourself in whatever format manifestation feels right,” Dorsey says in the clip.
多尔西, who recently addressed the controversy over his company’s decision to permanently suspend the president, told staff in a virtual meeting that Twitter will do a “full retro” review of the matter that will “take some time,” but drew focus to the platform’s former most high-profile account.
“We know we are focused on one account right now, but this is going to be much bigger than just one account, and it’s going to go on for much longer than just this day, 本星期, and the next few weeks, and go on beyond the inauguration,” Dorsey said. 点击这里了解更多.
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Left-wing activist charged in Capitol riot after saying he was just there to ‘document’
A left-wing activist who told Fox News last week that he’d followed a pro-Trump mob into the Capitol in order to “document” the siege is now the subject of a criminal complaint in connection with his alleged participation, 根据美国. 司法部.
John Sullivan can allegedly be heard egging on protesters in video he provided to the FBI, 根据联邦刑事诉讼. He has also shared the video to his YouTube and Twitter accounts under the pseudonym Jayden X.
He was charged Thursday in federal court in Washington after being arrested by the FBI. He remained in custody in Toeele County, in his home state of Utah, on a U.S. Marshals Service hold request.
Inside the building, he told rioters that “We got to get this s— burned,” 和 “it’s our house m————,” according to an affidavit signed by FBI Special Agent Matthew Foulger.
He faces federal charges of civil disorder, entering a restricted building and violent entry or disorderly conduct.
James Sullivan, the man’s brother, told FOX 13 of Salt Lake City that he gave tips about his brother to the local FBI office and believed his brother was somehow in charge of the attack.
James Sullivan said he found out that his brother was at the Capitol when friends posted photos online. 点击这里了解更多.
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John Solomon, editor-in-chief of Just The News, discussed the forthcoming release of “Russiagate” information Thursday night during an appearance on Fox News’ “Hannity.” “的 (单据) will get to the very heart of the things that the FBI and the Justice Department have tried to keep from the American public,” Solomon said.
“Here’s what I know,” 他继续. “Christopher Steele, a year after he was fired from the FBI for leaking, came back and did a long debriefing, made some explosive revelations to the FBI. Most important, the reason he leaked the whole Russia collusion report during the fall election was to take the heat off Hillary Clinton because he was concerned the email story had not gone away – it was still burbling out there – and he wanted to change the topic in Washington.”
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