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The speech will be a central piece of evidence in both support and defence of the charge of incitementThe speech will be a central piece of evidence in both support and defence of the charge of incitement

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Nearly nine in 10 voters in battleground states said it was important to have a peaceful and orderly transition, according to a poll conducted by longtime pollster for Trump, John McLaughlin.Nearly nine in 10 voters in battleground states said it was important to have a peaceful and orderly transition, according to a poll conducted by longtime pollster for Trump, John McLaughlin.

The Bulwark is a news network launched in 2018 dedicated to providing political analysis and reporting free from the constraints of partisan loyalties or tribal prejudices.A little over four years ago, I suggested, tongue slightly in cheek, that it was time for Twitter to shut down President Donald J. Trump’s account—for his own good, as it would be a routine distraction from his ability to accomplish anything in policy, and for the good of the press corps, which was driven […]

Trump’s Defenders Get Orwell Backwards - The Bulwark

The Bulwark is a news network launched in 2018 dedicated to providing political analysis and reporting free from the constraints of partisan loyalties or tribal prejudices.A little over four years ago, I suggested, tongue slightly in cheek, that it was time for Twitter to shut down President Donald J. Trump’s account—for his own good, as it would be a routine distraction from his ability to accomplish anything in policy, and for the good of the press corps, which was driven […]

Trump’s Defenders Get Orwell Backwards - The Bulwark

Crimes fueled by hate and online conspiracy theories over the past four years repeatedly offered warnings of the forces that drove last week’s attack on the US Capitol.Crimes fueled by hate and online conspiracy theories over the past four years repeatedly offered warnings of the forces that drove last week’s attack on the US Capitol.

Timeline Of Violence During Trump's Presidency

What kind of American President was Donald Trump?What kind of American President was Donald Trump?

Looking at the legacy of the Trump presidency - Overnights - ABC Radio

Many have described the day as one that would live in infamy but Wednesday, January 6 was one in which America’s forty-fifth president, Donald John Trump, finally proved beyond any reasonable doubt that he is totally unhinged and there was no red line beyond which he would not goMany have described the day as one that would live in infamy but Wednesday, January 6 was one in which America’s forty-fifth president, Donald John Trump, finally proved beyond any reasonable doubt that he is totally unhinged and there was no red line beyond which he would not go

Donald Trump’s failed coup

We're Losing Our Liberty, and Too Many Don't Seem to CareWe’ve been slowly losing our liberty, and too many Americans don’t seem to care. The storming of the Capitol building a week ago accelerated that process beyond anything we could imagine a year ago.

Apathy Is Destroying Our Liberty | Newsmax.com

IN February 2018, the chief executive of one of America's best known multinationals questioned why so many business people were down on Donald Trump. Read more at The Business Times.IN February 2018, the chief executive of one of America's best known multinationals questioned why so many business people were down on Donald Trump. Read more at The Business Times.

US companies are aghast at Trump, but for how long?, Opinion - THE BUSINESS TIMES