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Ted Cruz's former staffers say they are 'disgusted' by his role in the US Capitol insurrection and his unflinching support of Trump, report says
Sun, January 17, 2021, 7:46 AM

At least six of Sen. Ted Cruz's former aides have expressed their disgust at the recent actions of their former boss, according to New York Magazine's Intelligencer.

Ted Cruz is under fire for spreading election misinformation, objecting to the results of the 2020 election being certified, and having fundraised during the US Capitol insurrection.

Democratic and Republican lawmakers have called for Cruz to resign or to be removed from office.

His former staffers believe that the senator has deserted his conservative values, and needs removed at once.

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Twitter suspended Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene, R-Ga., for 12 hours Sunday, saying she has repeatedly run afoul of the company's misinformation policy.

"The account referenced has been temporarily locked out for multiple violations of our civic integrity policy," a Twitter spokesperson said.

Greene's most recent posts included one that made false claims about widespread voter fraud in Georgia in both the November election and in the Jan. 5 Senate runoffs, as well as a series of tweets that repeated more debunked claims and called Georgia's elections officials "morons."

Twitter restricted those posts from further promotion and slapped them with warning labels. Greene's account remained live, but she is unable to post.

After the riot at the Capitol this month, Twitter has ramped up its crackdown on misleading and false information. Since the violence, Twitter has suspended tens of thousands of accounts tied to the QAnon conspiracy theory, in addition to indefinitely barring President Donald Trump.

Twitter's civic integrity policy states that the company "will label or remove false or misleading information intended to undermine public confidence in an election or other civic process."

"This includes but is not limited to: disputed claims that could undermine faith in the process itself, such as unverified information about election rigging, ballot tampering, vote tallying, or certification of election results; and misleading claims about the results or outcome of a civic process which calls for or could lead to interference with the implementation of the results of the process," the company's policies state.

Greene, a freshman lawmaker who is a vocal supporter of Trump's efforts to overturn the election, has previously expressed sympathy for QAnon, although she has since sought to distance herself. Greene, who has already pledged to try to impeach President-elect Joe Biden on his first day in office, has come under fire from both Democrats and Republicans since the riot.

"She's cuckoo for Cocoa Puffs," Sen. Ben Sasse, R-Neb., wrote in an op-ed in The Atlantic, criticizing House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy, R-Calif., for not having disavowed her campaign.

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The violent and divisive rhetoric of President Donald Trump and his allies ahead of the U.S. Capitol riot is laid bare in a chilling supercut released by “The Daily Show with Trevor Noah” on Wednesday.

Trump, members of his family, White House officials, Fox News personalities, congressional Republicans and others promote baseless conspiracy theories about the 2020 election and demand retribution in the montage.

“We need to fight back,” urges Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) in the clip. But now Lindsay Graham will be held accountable.

Fox News prime time host Tucker Carlson tells his millions of viewers that the election was rigged, Rep. Madison Cawthorn (R-N.C.) urges conservatives to “lightly threaten” lawmakers and White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany calls on Republicans to “grow a backbone and fight.” They tried and they lost miserably.

In clips recorded at a rally before the riot, Trump’s sons Eric and Donald Jr. whip up anger among the crowd, and lawyer Rudy Giuliani encourages “trial by combat.” They too will spend time explain and answering questions, not enough pardons to save them.

The video concludes with Trump demanding at his rally that supporters “fight like hell.” Now Trump and his followers will fight like hell to stay from behind bars for Crimes against America and the World.

The president on Wednesday was impeached by the House for a second time, on a charge of incitement to insurrection. Would not have been a second time if the Republican Senate had done their job the first time.

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Sat, January 16, 2021, 1:00 PM

The many army veterans and law enforcement officers who participated in the insurrectionist attack at the U.S. Capitol confirmed that there are people in the forces who also identify as violent Trump supporters, as does the recent case of an Army veteran being accused of shooting at a Black teen girl during a Trump rally.

Michael McKinney, a 25-year-old man who most recently served in the Iowa National Guard in 2017, is now charged with attempted murder for shooting and wounding a 15-year-old girl at a Trump rally in Des Moines last month.

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Trump tried with 4 days left to take back 27 billion on the distribution of the a Covid vacinne. Congress laughed at him and denied his request!

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The U.S. Department of Labor is set to release its weekly report on new jobless claims Thursday morning at 8:30 a.m. ET. Here were the main results expected in the report, compared to consensus estimates compiled by Bloomberg:

Initial jobless claims, week ended Jan. 9: 789,000 expected vs. 787,000 during the prior week

Continuing claims, week ended Jan. 2: 5.000 million expected vs. 5.072 million during the prior week

New initial unemployment claims are expected to dip below 800,000 for a third straight week, showing signs of a tentative return to a downtrend after claims spiked throughout much of December. Initial jobless claims have stayed below the 1 million mark in every week since late August, after peaking at a record nearly 7 million in March.

“Recent jobless claims data suggest December may mark the trough in recent labor market weakness, particularly with additional fiscal support in the pipeline,” Nomura Chief Economist Lewis Alexander said in a note. “However, significant downside risks for the labor market will persist until the pandemic comes more under control in the U.S.”


While both new and continuing jobless claims have eased significantly from their pandemic-era highs, both remain well above levels from before the pandemic, when new jobless claims were averaging at just over 200,000 per week and continuing claims were coming in well below 2 million. And last week’s December jobs report showed that the U.S. economy was still about 9.8 million payrolls short of its February levels, with a still-elevated unemployment rate and depressed labor force participation rate. Though the vaccine rollout and additional fiscal stimulus may have alleviated some of the pressure, some economists are bracing for a multi-year recovery in the labor market.

“Weekly jobless claims were 787,000 to start the new year for the January 2 week which indicates the recession in the labor market isn’t over yet and hardship remains for millions of Americans without paychecks,” Chris Rupkey, chief financial economist for MUFG Union Bank, said in a note.

Based on last week’s data, more than 19 million Americans were still claiming unemployment benefits of some form, including 12.9 million individuals on pandemic-era federal unemployment programs.

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SANTA FE, N.M. (AP) — A New Mexico county Republican official and founder of the group Cowboys for Trump who had vowed to return to Washington after last week’s riot at the U.S. Capitol to place a flag on House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s desk has been arrested Sunday by the FBI.

Otero County Commissioner Couy Griffin was arrested on charges of illegally entering the U.S. Capitol.

According to court documents, Griffin told investigators that he was “caught up” in the crowd, which pushed its way through the barricades and entered the restricted area of the U.S. Capitol, but he said he did not enter the building and instead remained on the U.S. Capitol steps.

A video posted to Griffin's personal Facebook page shows Griffin in the restricted areas, according to the affidavit.

Griffin did not immediately respond to phone or text messages seeking comment.

On Thursday, Griffin, said he planned to travel with firearms to Washington, D.C., for Biden’s inauguration.

“I’m gonna be there on Jan. 20 ... and I’m gonna take a stand for our country and for our freedoms,” Griffin said during a meeting of the Otero County Board of Commissioners.

“I’m gonna leave either tonight or tomorrow. I’ve got a .357 Henry Big Boy rifle lever action that I’ve got in the trunk of my car and I’ve got a .357 single action revolver, the Colt Ruger Vaquero that I’ll have underneath the front seat on my right side and I will embrace my Second Amendment,” he said.

But he will now not being going anywhere for a while!

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Devoted Donald Trump supporter My Pillow CEO and TV pitchman Michael Lindell indicated in a manic interview Saturday that he’s still hoping the president may use the military to stay in power. It is sad to see sick people being manipulated by Trump.

Lindell insisted yet again in a Facebook interview with Brian Glenn on Right-Side Broadcasting News that he finally has definitive proof of his baseless claim that the election was stolen from Trump, which he termed the “biggest election fraud in human history.” But once again he has not proof nor does he have plans to produce and facts.

Lindell characterized it as an “attack on our country by China and other countries that did this to us.” And he indicated that Trump could still use the military to stay in the White House. Trump is done and the Republicans can not run fast enough to cut ties with Trump and his base.

“God’s got his hands in all this and all this stuff will be revealed,” he said.

Lindell was asked about the heavy National Guard presence currently on the streets of Washington to protect against another assault on the government on Inauguration Day like the storming of the Capitol by Trump supporters Jan. 6.

“I don’t understand it,” Lindell told Glenn. “You know there’s like three people and every other person’s a military guy. ... We’ve all had our prayers going, ‘Gee maybe something’s going to be done,’ [and] that this president is willing to say, ‘Hey, we’ve been attacked by another country,’ ’cause we have. Our country’s been under attack for a long time.”

Glenn responded: “I think people are hoping that this military presence is a response to what you just said.”

The pillow magnate replied: “That’s exactly where my hope lies.”

Lindell spent much of the interview discussing a brief meeting he had with the president at the White House the previous day.

A Washington Post photographer had captured an image of Lindell’s disturbing notes before he entered the West Wing with the phrases “martial law” and “Insurrection Act.”

He told Glenn that the notes presented the options available to the president. Lindell said Trump was most intrigued by the suggestion that he could order Facebook and Twitter to reinstate all banned accounts.

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Capitol rioters say Trump told them to do it, which some legal experts say could open him to criminal charges

Mon, January 18, 2021, 7:36 AM
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Multiple people who stormed the Capitol have claimed they did so on the instructions of President Donald Trump, the Washington Post reported. Affidavits have been singed and confirmed.

Trump instructed his supporters to come to Washington to attend a "Stop The Steal" rally as he sought to overturn the election, promising his supporters that the protest would be "wild."

Leonard M. Niehoff, a First Amendment expert, said that the response to Trump's direct call for supporters to visit the Capitol and "fight" meant the president could be liable.

Some of the people who stormed the Capitol earlier this month have said did so on the instructions of President Donald Trump, which some legal experts say could open him to criminal charges of incitement, the Washington Post reported. Trump and his lawyers do not what all charges are pending as of yet.

Multiple people who the FBI arrested in the wake of the failed insurrection on January 6 have told the agency that they did so on the instructions of the president, according to the Post, which cited both court documents and video footage from the failed insurrection.

Trump had instructed his supporters to come to Washington that day to attend a "Stop The Steal" rally as he sought to overturn the election, promising his supporters that the protest would be "wild."

One man reportedly told the FBI that he and his cousin had marched towards the Capitol because "President Trump said to do so" while one man who threw a fire extinguisher at police officers told agents he had been "instructed" to go to the Capitol by the president.

Others who have been arrested for their role in the riot have sought presidential pardons from criminal charges on the grounds that they felt invited to the Capitol by the president.

The so-called "QAnon Shaman," whose distinctive costume made him the face of the Capitol protests, requested through his lawyer last week that Trump issue him with a pardon, saying that he and other rioters were "peaceful individuals who accepted the president's invitation with honorable intentions." He has been denied bail.

Jenna Ryan, a Texas realtor who was arrested after taking part in the Capitol siege, also asked President Trump for a pardon because she claimed to have been following the president's instructions.

Another video clip cited by the Post shows a man among a crowd of angry protesters outside the Capitol shouting at police officers: "We were invited here! We were invited by the president of the United States!"

Their insistence that they were following President Trump's orders could increase his chances of being charged for incitement, say some legal experts, according to the Post.

Federal prosecutors have confirmed they are investigating Trump's role in inciting the riots after he addressed the crowd before the riot and urged them to "fight like hell" and the crowd chanted "Fight for Trump!"

He also told them during the speech outside the White House that, after the rally, "we are going to walk down Pennsylvania Avenue, I love Pennsylvania Avenue, and we are going to the Capitol."

Leonard M. Niehoff, a First Amendment expert, told the Post that Trump's direct call for supporters to visit the Capitol and for them to "fight" meant that he could be potentially liable for inciting violence.

"The clear instruction was you are going to the Capitol to stop the steal. You are going there to show strength. You are going there to take the country back and not to let this happen," Niehoff said, according to the Post.

"Is it conceivable that you would listen to that speech and say to yourself, 'All the president wants us to do is go to the Capitol and then go home?' I just don't think so."

However, another legal expert told the Post that he believed Trump's speech would be protected by legal precedent.

Constitutional law professor at UCLA School of Law, Eugene Volokh, told the Post that the bar for prosecution for incitement was set too high to affect Trump.

"One reason why we have a high bar for incitement is because it applies to everyone," he said.

"It doesn't just apply to the president. It applies to organizers, labor activists, private citizens. It's important to keep that bar high."

The development comes after the House of Representatives last week impeached the president and charged him with inciting an insurrection. Trump has insisted that "people" think his speech was "totally appropriate."

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LMAO

6 dead,30 injured from shootings in Chicago this weekend alone.
Where is left outcry?

Why none? It's Dem State,Dem controlled sh!Thole city.....so it's ok.
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Re: LMAO

1- PLAY PLEASE STAY ON TRACK, YOU SEEM TO BE LOST! PEOPLE ARE MAKING FUN OF YOUR STATEMENTS.

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6 dead,30 injured from shootings in Chicago this weekend alone.
Where is left outcry?

Why none? It's Dem State,Dem controlled sh!Thole city.....so it's ok.
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Re: LMAO

1- PLAY PLEASE STAY ON TRACK, YOU SEEM TO BE LOST! PEOPLE ARE MAKING FUN OF YOUR STATEMENTS.

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6 dead,30 injured from shootings in Chicago this weekend alone.
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Why none? It's Dem State,Dem controlled sh!Thole city.....so it's ok.
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4Play, now you know that doesn't fit their narrative. They cut, paste and edit everything to make it fit their preconceived notions. When President Trump wanted to send the National Guard to Chicago, Nancy Pelosi called them "Storm Troopers". Now she calls them heroes.
When President Trump sent Federal Agents into the actual riots in Portland, Nancy Pelosi said that the agents in their uniforms were causing the riots. Now she wants 25,000 National Guard troops in their military uniforms armed with actual "military assault rifles" in DC to protect her.

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HOT OFF THE PRESS

A Trump Capitol rioter plotted to sell stolen Pelosi laptop to Russian intelligence.
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Mon, January 18, 2021, 10:56 AM
A Pennsylvania woman accused of being one of the Capitol rioters told a former "romantic partner" she planned to steal a laptop computer from House Speaker Nancy Pelosi's office and sell it to Russian intelligence, court documents revealed Monday.

Riley June Williams was charged with disorderly conduct on Capitol grounds with the intent to disturb a session of Congress and other charges after her former flame turned her in.

William's ex, who was described in Special Agent Jonathan Lund's charging document as W 1 (witness one), called the FBI and told them she "intended to send the computer device to a friend in Russia, who then planned to sell the device to SVR, Russia’s foreign intelligence service.”

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Devoted Donald Trump supporter My Pillow CEO and TV pitchman Michael Lindell indicated in a manic interview Saturday that he’s still hoping the president may use the military to stay in power. It is sad to see sick people being manipulated by Trump.

Lindell insisted yet again in a Facebook interview with Brian Glenn on Right-Side Broadcasting News that he finally has definitive proof of his baseless claim that the election was stolen from Trump, which he termed the “biggest election fraud in human history.” But once again he has not proof nor does he have plans to produce and facts.

Lindell characterized it as an “attack on our country by China and other countries that did this to us.” And he indicated that Trump could still use the military to stay in the White House. Trump is done and the Republicans can not run fast enough to cut ties with Trump and his base.

“God’s got his hands in all this and all this stuff will be revealed,” he said.

Lindell was asked about the heavy National Guard presence currently on the streets of Washington to protect against another assault on the government on Inauguration Day like the storming of the Capitol by Trump supporters Jan. 6.

“I don’t understand it,” Lindell told Glenn. “You know there’s like three people and every other person’s a military guy. ... We’ve all had our prayers going, ‘Gee maybe something’s going to be done,’ [and] that this president is willing to say, ‘Hey, we’ve been attacked by another country,’ ’cause we have. Our country’s been under attack for a long time.”

Glenn responded: “I think people are hoping that this military presence is a response to what you just said.”

The pillow magnate replied: “That’s exactly where my hope lies.”

Lindell spent much of the interview discussing a brief meeting he had with the president at the White House the previous day.

A Washington Post photographer had captured an image of Lindell’s disturbing notes before he entered the West Wing with the phrases “martial law” and “Insurrection Act.”

He told Glenn that the notes presented the options available to the president. Lindell said Trump was most intrigued by the suggestion that he could order Facebook and Twitter to reinstate all banned accounts.

what did you expect from a former Crackhead? I have to say my trumpy bear sure dragged the whackos out of their moms basements.

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Never mind impeachment, there is a good chance Donald Trump will end up in court
How likely is it that the outgoing president will go to jail? 79% chance


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It would be ironic if the candidate who led the chant of “Lock her up” about his opponent ended up in jail himself. One of the worst features of modern politics is what might be called the criminalisation of disagreement: the idea that your opponents are so malign that they deserve not just to be defeated in debate or to lose an election but to go to jail.

So say all of us, including many people whose reflex when Tony Blair offers an acute opinion on coronavirus or Brexit is to say he should be in the Hague. Yet the case against Donald Trump might be different. He might go to jail not because a lot of people disagree with him but because he might have broken the law.

I am not referring, therefore, to his trial by the Senate, which is a mainly political procedure and which in any case is unlikely to succeed. It requires a two-thirds vote and therefore needs substantial support among Republican senators; even if it did succeed, the usual punishment would be to remove the president from office, which is irrelevant as the trial will be held after he has already left. Hence the talk of barring Trump from federal office, which is also irrelevant, as the only office in which he is interested is the Oval one and his chances of running for that in 2024 are now negligible.

If Trump does end up in jail it will be because the US courts will have put him there. The convention in the US is that former presidents are immune from prosecution, which is rather wonderful, because the country has a constitution that is supposed to do away with the muddled nonsense of the British way of doing things. As it happens, the American convention is a sensible one, precisely because it guards against the criminalisation of politics. It means that disagreements about a president’s policy while in office should not be relitigated in the courts afterwards.


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That is partly why Gerald Ford pardoned Richard Nixon, and why the office of the independent counsel decided not to prosecute Bill Clinton after he left office. However, the point about a convention is that it is flexible. Paul Rosenzweig, a lawyer who advised the Clinton investigation, argued that “a reluctance to prosecute does not mean there should be a prohibition against doing so”, and that “it would be too great an affront to law for a president to have perpetual immunity”.

He quoted Theodore Roosevelt: “No man is above the law and no man is below it: nor do we ask any man's permission when we ask him to obey it.” Thus Rosenzweig suggested that Trump should be prosecuted if there was evidence that he broke the criminal law as a private citizen, such as in his tangled financial dealings and allegations of sexual assault.

He argued that Trump’s actions as president should still be excluded, but he was writing before the storming of the Capitol, and the president’s role in inciting a rebellion against democracy. If the case against Trump is strong enough for a court of law, this would be an extreme enough case to make another exception to the assumption of post-presidential immunity. No wonder Trump is reported to be considering pardoning himself, and other unconvincing devices to protect himself from prosecution.



Many people watching Trump’s speech to the protesters on 6 January were convinced that he was inciting them to violence, despite his telling the crowd they “will soon be marching over to the Capitol building to peacefully and patriotically make your voices heard”.

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But it is striking that two former leader-writers for The Independent disagree about this. David Aaronovitch, writing in The Times, said the president’s words amounted to: “Wouldn’t it be terrible if something happened to the lying, cheating, treacherous fraudsters who are sitting in that building over there that I’ve asked you to march to?”


Whereas Mary Dejevsky wrote in our pages: “It is now taken as read that he ‘incited’ a mob, fomented an ‘insurrection’, conducted, as some say, a ‘self-coup’. I have scoured Trump’s utterances and can find no evidence for any of this.”

It may be, therefore, that the burden of proof required in a court of law, and especially one dominated by conservative judges, assuming that any case would go to the US Supreme Court, would be too great to put Trump’s intentions beyond reasonable doubt.

However, it seems that there are so many ways in which Trump could end up in court, whether it is for alleged incitement, fraud or sexual assault, that at least one prosecution is likely. Remember that is what Paul Rosenzweig thought before Trump’s “Henry II” speech urging supporters to rid him of a turbulent Congress.

On the other hand, I think it is unlikely, even if Trump is found guilty, that any US court would send him to jail.

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Donald Trump will become the fourth president in United States history to boycott their successor’s inauguration, and break 150 years worth of precedent in the process. Loosers will be loosers!

There had been speculation he would stay away as Joe Biden was sworn-in on 20 January, with weeks spent wrongly alleging that November's election was “stolen”.

Only after the US president’s supporters stormed the Capitol last Wednesday, did he concede the election, commit to an "orderly transition,” and announce his decision to stay away on Mr Biden’s inauguration day.

He wrote on Twitter: "To all of those who have asked, I will not be going to the Inauguration on January 20th.” Trump was humiliated and got beat by the most votes every, both times was beat by the popular vote!

The tweet would turn-out to be among his last, after Twitter banned him for election disinformation and inciting the mob who stormed Congress, some hours later on Friday.

Mr Trump will be the first US president since Andrew Johnson in 1869 to boycott a successor’s inauguration, and only the fourth to do so.

Johnson, who became president after the assassination of Abraham Lincoln in 1865, was so unpopular with his own party that he was impeached by the House of Represenatives, and went on to lose the 1864 election to Ulysses S. Grant.

The 1868 election loser remained in the White House to sign legislation even as his arch rival was sworn-in to replace him, some meters away.

Historians say Johnson refused to participate because Grant declined to ride in the same carriage on the way to the inauguration.

As Thomas Balcerski, an associate professor of history at Eastern Connecticut State University told CNN, the situation at that time was “highly polarised” and inaugural boycotts were “poor form even then”.

John Adams (in 1801) and his son John Quincy Adams (in 1829) also stayed away as their successors were sworn-in, after election contests that were widely considered to be low points - even by today’s standards.

Adams, the second US president and first to lose an election, simply refused to attend the inauguration ceremony of Thomas Jefferson in 1801, whose supporters had referred to Adams as “hideous [and] hermaphroditical.”

But as Mr Balcerski told CNN, “By avoiding Jefferson's inauguration, Adams was perhaps motivated by a desire to cool the political temperature in the capital.”

Adam’s son, John Qunicy Adams, would become the second president to boycott their successors’ inauguration, after an election rematch Andrew Jackson in 1828.

Two other presidents, Martin Van Buren (in 1841) and Woodrow Wilson (in 1924), were also not seen at their successors’ inaugurations, but those absences are not considered boycotts in the same way.

Historians argue that there was no animosity between Van Buren and William Henry Harrison, and Wilson and Warren G. Harding, with poor health among the reasons.

Van Buren’s son was believed to be ill at the time of his successor’s inauguration, while Wilson rode with his successor to the ceremony, but did not stay, having suffered the effects of a stroke.

Richard Nixon did not attend Gerald Ford's inauguration after Nixon resigned in the middle of his second term in August 1974.

According to the White House Historical Association, “While the sitting president was not there, this occasion was considered a presidential succession and not a traditional inauguration.”


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1- PLAY must feel left out! LMAO!!

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6 dead,30 injured from shootings in Chicago this weekend alone.
Where is left outcry?

Why none? It's Dem State,Dem controlled sh!Thole city.....so it's ok.
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Trumps far right crazy group is as far right as you can get. Just look at thier pictures, dress like clowns, talk stupid, carry on like kids playing cowboys and Indians. They think America will crumble to them but thier have bitten off a lot more than they can chew. When they get done with this Administration and clean up these fruit cakes America will be back. Trump and these poorly educated non working Republicans need to go get a job now.

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....... these poorly educated non working Republicans need to go get a job now.


Says the man with no job.

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Not real smart, I work everyday and have since I was a kid, 6th grade I was working.Yes I'm 64 and work daily. Do you? Let's here your lies!

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Someone is going to jail and it is not going to be Hillary, Obama or Hunter. I will Give you one guess who I have my money! LOL.

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