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  • Mnuchin remains silent on whether or not Trump incited the US Capitol riots

    Months ago, former U.S. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin often vocalized his support of former President Donald Trump. But, now with the second impeachment trial underway, Mnuchin is singing a different tune, or rather no tune at all. When TMZ caught up with Mnuchin on Thursday, Feb. 11, he was asked a number of questions about the U.S. Capitol riots and the aftermath that followed. The reporter asked, "Trump watched the riots on TV with glee, did that upset you at all?" to which Mnuchin had...

    Alternet.org
  • Former US attorney explains why she would be 'chomping at the bit' to prosecute Trump over the Capitol riot

    Appearing on MSNBC's "Morning Joe" on Monday morning, former U.S. Attorney Joyce Vance said that prosecuting Donald Trump for inciting a seditious attack on the U.S. Capitol on January 6th that had lawmakers fleeing for their lives would be problematic, but that she would relish the opportunity to put the former president on trial.On the day that 43 Republican members of the U.S. Senate refused to convict Trump for his part in the riot that led to death and destruction, Senate Minority Leader...

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  • Trump acquitted of inciting deadly US Capitol riot after second impeachment trial

    Seven Republicans vote ‘guilty’ with all 50 Democrats for 57-43 final vote, 10 short of conviction

    The Independent