Among those on the list is rapper Lil Wayne, who plead guilty to felony gun possession in November. 'Tha Carter' was one of the first to be named as possibly receiving clemency. He's joined by fellow hip hop artist Kodak Black, who received a commuted sentence from President Trump.
The U.S. Senate Majority Leader's first comments after the House of Representatives led by Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) impeached Trump for a second time in less than a year. The majority of 232 congress members including ten Republicans, who broke party lines to bring charges against Trump for inciting the Jan. 6 riots
If you worked in the White House at any capacity over the past four years? Forget about it. Had an executive position at a Trump property or golf course? Nope, think again. It's a toxic set of circumstances for guilt by association with Donald J. Trump.
President-elect Joe Biden steps into the Oval Office with the country deeply divided worse than it was four years ago. From the COVID-19 crisis to the economy and racial inequality, the former vice president is preparing to enact a sweeping set of executive orders within the first days of his presidency.
While some people went to Washington knowing there was no point of return, others weren't one the same agenda or "down for the cause."
"This time of doing a presidential transition is always incredibly stressful," Payton said. "But I cannot imagine the ongoing consternation of trying to keep with what official accounts are still active and need to be managed and also preserved. And then which ones are banned and what does that mean?"
The second time the Commander and Chief was formally charged under the Constitution’s ultimate remedy, this time for an "incitement of insurrection" upon the U.S. Capitol. Trump is now the only President in U.S. history to be impeached twice. In December, he was the third President to face a trial in the U.S. Senate.
“Armed protests are being planned at all 50 state capitols from 16 January through at least 20 January, and at the U.S. Capitol from 17 January through 20 January,” the FBI bulletin said.
The far right social media site known as an alternative to mainstream options like Facebook and Instagram was offline was nearly 12 hours as of Noon ET on Monday. The official Parler website shows a '403 error', while its app can’t load content.
The article charges Trump with "inciting an insurrection by falsely claiming the Nov. 3 election was stolen from him and encouraging supporters to storm the Capitol as lawmakers were certifying the results." An unprecedented step for lawmakers as they continue to grapple with the events of last week.