A new president with his party in power in Congress: Let the fun begin.
Moving a new president into the White House and removing the old one is a ritual that is performed every four or eight years in the nation’s capital.
As more and more Republicans say they’ve “had it” with Trump, his lies and his antics, the pressure is on to get him out of the White House and Washington now.
Bye, bye, you un-American guy. “I do think the president committed impeachable offenses,” says Pennsylvania GOP Sen. Pat Toomey. He joins a growing list of Republicans who say Trump must go, even before his term ends in 10 days, and never be allowed to seek office again.
In a long, often disjointed, conference call between outgoing president Donald Trump, Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger and others in Washington and Georgia, the defeated president who lost in both the popular and Electoral College vote for president against Joe Biden tried to convince, persuade, threaten and even begged, the state to change at least enough votes to overturn his loss in that state. It didn’t sell.
The defeated president continues his attempts to overturn the will of voters who denied him a second term. His loss brings more loss of credibility to the Republicans who support him.
Does she really believe her husband cares? Probably not.
“That is one word no president ought to apply to himself. That is a word that we ought to be very, very careful about using.”