President Trump speaking, in front of cameras for the first time since Wednesday, called the House's push to impeach him again “absolutely ridiculous” and said it is causing “tremendous anger" per @justinsink
Trump speaking in front of cameras for the first time since Wednesday did not mention his role in inciting the mob ahead of the attack on the U.S. Capitol. He did state “we want no violence. Never violence.”
President Trump, speaking again, is asked by reporters what his role was in the attack on the U.S. Capitol.

Trump said what he told supporters on the Ellipse "was totally appropriate"

"People thought that what I said was totally appropriate"
President Trump: "They've analyzed my speech and my words and my final paragraph, my final sentence, and everybody to the T thought it was totally appropriate. OK, thank you" per @Jordanfabian

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12 Jan
House Rules Committee Chairman McGovern to Rep Jim Jordan:
"Will you admit the Joe Biden won the election fair and square and that the election was not rigged or stolen?"

Jordan initially refuses to answer whether Biden won "fair and square" but says Biden is president-elect
Jordan: "What I did over the past several months is follow the process that the constitution prescribes --"

McGovern: "That's not the question I asked -- we don't need a filibuster"

Jordan: "at 4 am on Thursday day January 7th when we concluded our count on the House floor Joe/
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7 Jan
Objection to Pennsylvania’s Electoral College certification, as expected. And signed by a senator!
The senator who objected to PA's certification is Josh Hawley, also as expected
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Robert Contee, MPD Chief said as of 9:30pm 52 arrests were made by the D.C. police per @SophiaCai99: 4 for carrying pistols w/o licenses, 1 for possession of prohibited weapon, 47 related to curfew violations & unlawful entry. Twenty-six of the 52 arrests were on Capitol grounds
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The joint-session of Congress to certify the results of the Electoral College will begin soon. Follow along on the @business live blog here w/ @StevenTDennis @ChrisAnstey13 @KritiGuptaNews @laurapdavison @DanielPFlatley @elwasson me + more from @bpolitics
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bloomberg.com/news/live-blog…
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