Trump continued to attack McConnell, accusing the Senate GOP leader of failing to stand up for Republicans after McConnell blasted Trump for inciting the Jan.6 US Capitol riot despite voting to acquit the former president at his second impeachment trial.
US House Speaker Nancy Pelosi called Wednesday’s rioting at the Capitol “the biggest gift to Putin” from President Donald Trump. Glee from pro-Putin commentators in Moscow would seem to bear out that opinion, echoed by many US Democrats.
US President-elect Joe Biden could bring in a breath of fresh air to the presidency. The image of the office of the presidency has taken a beating, thanks to his soon-to-be predecessor, who is crying foul perpetually in his foul rantings.
Defeated and humiliated as a “loser” Donald Trump has learned nothing from the Jan.6 invasion of the Capitol, home of the US legislature, by his rowdy supporters and has called on them to protest again on the Jan.17 against President-elect Joe Biden
The argument against the latest impeachment proceedings against Donald Trump, for the second time, is that now is the time to heal a wounded nation, not deepen the bitter divisions even more by pursuing the president during the final days of his term.
The words of Donald Trump supporters who are accused of participating in the deadly US Capitol riot may end up being used against him in his Senate impeachment trial as he faces the charge of inciting a violent insurrection.
The 76-year-old has posted videos titled "The Biden Crime Family's Payoff Scheme" and "Election Theft of the Century" to his channel, which has around 600,000 subscribers.
Reversing all of Donald Trump’s despicable policies is going to take much time. May be more than one presidential term. But there is hope (“US rejoins fight against climate change at high level summit,” Jan. 25, Gulf Today).
Trump is the first president to be twice impeached, and the only one to face trial after leaving the White House. The Democratic-led House approved a sole charge, “incitement of insurrection,” acting swiftly one week after the riot,
US Representative Marjorie Taylor Greene, the Republican conspiracy theorist from Georgia, told her House colleagues that she came by her wacko views honestly: It was Google that led her astray. It wasn’t her fault she embraced a movement