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Donald Trump latest- President ‘plots revenge on impeachment Republicans’ as Capitol rioters claim to ‘deserve pardon’

PRESIDENT Trump is plotting revenge against the ten Republicans who voted to impeach him.

According to the Wall Street Journal, some ten Republicans voted to impeach Mr Trump on a single count of inciting an insurrection.

Mr Trump summoned his aides to brief him on the ten rebels as he demanded to know "whether he had ever done anything for them".

Meanwhile, Capitol rioter Jenna Ryan said that Trump should pardon her and all other who involved in the events.

"I think we all deserve a pardon. I’m facing a prison sentence," Ryan said.

Ryan was arrested and investigators said there is probable cause for multiple charges against her, according to a Fox News reporter.

She told KTVT that she's a "normal person" and was just doing what Trump told her to do when she went to the Capitol.

Follow our Donald Trump live blog below for the latest news on the impeachment and transition of a Biden presidency.

  • NO REGRETS

    A nurse who attended the riot in Washington DC and stormed the Capitol has said she has not regrets despite losing her job.

    Lori Vinson, from Morganfield, Kentucky, has insisted she did not do anything criminal as she was fired from her hospital job at Ascension St. Vincent, Indiana.

    The registered nurse said she felt like a tourist, not a rioter when she entered the Capitol in Washington DC during the rampage, reports WZTV.

    "The doors were open, people were filing through, there were no signs that said, ‘Do not enter'," Vinson said.

  • CONTINUED

    Parler filed a lawsuit against Amazon after the company's cloud hosting service dropped the app.

    In response, Amazon said Parler had "no legal basis" to sue, and said its employees are now facing threats and harassment.

    Parler's response noted that their employees were being threatened as well, including Matze himself.

    "Although AWS's (Amazon Web Services) motion to seal focuses only on its own employees, Parler's employees have been similarly harassed and threatened," the filing says.

  • 'THREATENING MY LIFE'

    John Matze, the CEO of Parler, has gone into hiding with his family over "death threats" after the app was pulled from Amazon, Google, and Apple.

    Parler, a social media app popular with conservatives, was pulled by the tech giants after Donald Trump's supporters stormed the Capitol building in Washington, DC.

    Now, court documents allege that Matze is in hiding due to the backlash.

    The documents, obtained by Fox News, say that Matze and his family are being targeted by hackers who posted his address online and have threatened to show up at his home.

  • TEN STATES DEPLOYING NATIONAL GUARD AHEAD OF INAUGURATION

    It comes after at least ten states announced that they would be deploying National Guard troops ahead of the inauguration.

    Among the states to have confirmed the move so far are California, Florida, Illinois, Kentucky, Maine, Michigan, North Carolina, Oregon, Washington, and Wisconsin.

    Kentucky, Texas, and Virginia have also announced that they will be shutting the grounds of their Capitol buildings.

    Some states, including Indiana and Michigan, have also announced the cancellation of all their legislative work next week.

    An internal FBI bulletin this week warned that armed demonstrations are being planned at all 50 state capitols as well as the US Capitol at least until Inauguration Day.

  • COMMUNICATIONS DIRECTOR FOR REPUBLICAN SENATOR LAUREN BOEBART QUITS TWO WEEKS AFTER SHE TOOK OFFICE

    Lauren Boebert’s communications director has QUIT over the US Capitol riots – just two weeks after the gun-toting Congresswoman was sworn in.

    Ben Goldey confirmed his resignation from Colorado Repulican Boebert's team in a statement to Axios on Saturday.

    Boebert was just sworn into office on January 3, representing Colorado's 3rd congressional district.

    "Following the events of January 6th, I’ve decided to part ways with the office," Goldey told Axios.

    Read more here.

  • TRUMP 'PLOTTING REVENGE AGAINST IMPEACHMENT REPUBLICANS'

    President Trump is allegedly plotting revenge against the ten Republicans who voted to impeach him as he faces a potential criminal probe in Georgia.

    The President reportedly was briefed by aides on Wednesday afternoon as he plans political punishment for the GOP members who sided with the Democrats.

    Trump summoned his aides to brief him on the ten rebels as he demanded to know "whether he had ever done anything for them".

    He also inquired who might run against them when they face re-election in two years time as he may seek to have them de-selected.

    Read more here.

  • BIDEN WILL SIGN EXECUTIVE ORDERS ON INAUGURATION DAY, SAYS INCOMING CHIEF OF STAFF

    President-elect Joe Biden will sign executive orders on Inauguration Day next week to address the pandemic, the ailing US economy, climate change and racial injustice in America, a senior aide said Saturday.

    "All of these crises demand urgent action," his incoming chief of staff Ron Klain said in a statement, adding that Biden will sign "roughly a dozen" orders after he is sworn in on Wednesday.

    "In his first ten days in office, President-elect Biden will take decisive action to address these four crises, prevent other urgent and irreversible harms, and restore America's place in the world," Klain added.

    As he inherits the White House from Donald Trump, Biden's plate is overflowing with acute challenges.

    The US is fast approaching 400,000 dead from the Covid-19 crisis and logging well over a million new cases a week as the coronavirus spreads out of control.

  • MYSTERY WOMAN IN CAPITOL RIOTS FOOTAGE IDENTIFIED BY BRITISH TV STATION

    A mystery woman seen in the mob that stormed US Capitol last week wearing a t-shirt emblazoned with an alt-right slogan has been identified by British news channel ITV News as a 22-year-old care worker from Pennsylvania.

    Riley Williams, who was one of a small number of women to have illegally entered the buildings during the Washington DC siege.

    She attracted attention after she was filmed apparently directing rioters “up the stairs, up the stairs”.

    In separate interviews, her mother and father rejected claims that she was giving orders to the rioters,

    Her parents insist she was a peaceful protester who got lost in the crowd.

  • MARCH FOR LIFE PROTESTERS ORDERED TO CANCEL ANNUAL WASHINGTON MARCH

    Organizers of the March for Life, the anti-abortion movement's annual event, are asking their supporters nationwide not to gather in Washington this year because of the COVID-19 pandemic and political unrest.

    Instead, a small group of invited anti-abortion leaders will march Jan. 29, and the event will be livestreamed, March for Lifes president, Jeanne Mancini, announced Friday.

    Since we are in the midst of a pandemic which may be peaking, and in view of the heightened pressures that law enforcement officers and others are currently facing in and around the Capitol, this years March for Life will look different, she said. The annual rally will take place virtually and we are asking all participants to stay home and to join the March virtually.

    Tim Tebow, the football star, is still scheduled to make a keynote speech at a virtual gala taking place after the downsized march, Mancini said.

    Mancini said she looks forward to holding the event in person next year.

  • 'PROOF’ COVID CAME FROM WUHAN LAB SAYS MIKE POMEPO

    THE US claims it has explosive new evidence that proves Covid-19 leaked from a Wuhan research lab.

    New docs reveal scientists in Wuhan fell ill with Covid-like symptoms in late 2019 – months before the pandemic began to ravage the world.

    But now, secretary of state Mike Pompeo has demanded the World Health Organisation launch an investigation into the possibility that Covid was an “accidental” lab leak.

    Accusations of a cover-up by the Chinese government have been repeatedly dismissed and pressures for a full investigation into the lab suspected of being the source of coronavirus have so far been resisted.

  • BIDEN LAYS OUT 'DAY ONE' AGENDA OF EXECUTIVE ACTIONS

    In his first hours as president, Joe Biden plans to take executive action to roll back some of the most controversial decisions of his predecessor and to address the raging coronavirus pandemic, his incoming chief of staff said Saturday.

    The opening salvo would herald a 10-day blitz of executive actions as Biden seeks to act swiftly to redirect the country in the wake of Donald Trump's presidency without waiting for Congress.

    On Wednesday, following his inauguration, Biden will end Trump's restriction on immigration to the U.S. from some Muslim-majority countries, move to rejoin the Paris climate accord and mandate mask-wearing on federal property and during interstate travel.

    Those are among roughly a dozen actions Biden will take on his first day in the White House, his incoming chief of staff, Ron Klain, said in a memo to senior staff.

    These executive actions will deliver relief to the millions of Americans that are struggling in the face of these crises, Klain said in the memo. President-elect Biden will take action not just to reverse the gravest damages of the Trump administration but also to start moving our country forward.

  • BIDEN SCIENTIFIC ADVISERS WILL LEAD COVID RESPONSE WITH 'SCIENCE AND TRUTH'

    In a dig at the outgoing Trump administration, President-elect Joe Biden said the team of scientific advisers he introduced Saturday will lead with "science and truth. We believe in both".

    Biden is elevating the position of science adviser to Cabinet level, a White House first, and will be handed to Eric Lander, who said the incoming president has "tasked his advisers and the whole scientific community and the American public to rise to this moment."

    Vice President-elect Kamala Harris used the rollout of the science team to recall her late mother, a cancer researcher whom she credited with teaching her to think critically.

    "The science behind climate change is not a hoax. The science behind the virus is not partisan," Harris said.

    "The same laws apply, the same evidence holds true regardless of whether or not you accept them."

  • AT LEAST TEN STATES DEPLOYING NATIONAL GUARD AHEAD OF INAUGURATION

    It comes after at least ten states announced that they would be deploying National Guard troops ahead of the inauguration.

    Among the states to have confirmed the move so far are California, Florida, Illinois, Kentucky, Maine, Michigan, North Carolina, Oregon, Washington, and Wisconsin.

    Kentucky, Texas, and Virginia have also announced that they will be shutting the grounds of their Capitol buildings.

    Some states, including Indiana and Michigan, have also announced the cancellation of all their legislative work next week.

    An internal FBI bulletin this week warned that armed demonstrations are being planned at all 50 state capitols as well as the US Capitol at least until Inauguration Day.

  • MAN ARRESTED AT DC CHECKPOINT WITH LOADED HANDGUN

    The incident occurred just after 6.30pm on Friday after the man, named as Wesley Allen Beeler, drove up to a checkpoint near the Capitol building in a pickup truck.

    It comes amid heightened security around the inauguration of Joe Biden on Wednesday following last week's riots at the Capitol by supporters of President Trump.

    Beeler, from Front Royal, Virginia, showed officers "unauthorised" credentials for the inauguration, multiple reports said.

  • GOVERNMENT AIDE SAID MOST CREDIBLE THEORY OF COVID ORIGIN IS WUHAN LAB

    A government official said the most "credible" theory around the origin of coronavirus is that is escaped from a lab in Wuhan.

    Top aide to President Trump Matthew Pottinger claimed leaders in China are "admitting" there is a chance theories suggesting Covid-19 started in a "wet market" are false.

    Pompeo called on the WHO to investigate the lab in question, just one day after a team from the organisation landed in Wuhan.

    The team is set to look into the 'wet market' originally linked to early infections, but there are believed to be no plans to investigate whether the virus accidentally escaped from the lab.

    He said: "Beijing continues to withhold vital information that scientists need to protect the world from this deadly virus, and the next one."

  • TIM ‘BAKED ALASKA’ GIONET ARRESTED BY FBI OVER US CAPITOL PROTESTS – REPORT

    Media personality Tim Gionet, who calls himself Baked Alaska, has been arrested by the FBI for his involvement in the riot at the US Capitol, a law enforcement official told The Associated Press.

    Gionet was arrested by federal agents in Houston on Saturday, according to the official, who was not authorized to discuss the matter before the public release of a criminal complaint and spoke on condition of anonymity.

    Thousands of supporters of President Donald Trump stormed the Capitol on January 6 as Congress was meeting to vote to affirm President-elect Joe Bidens electoral win. Five people died in the mayhem.

    Law enforcement officials across the country have been working to locate and arrest suspects who committed federal crimes and so far have brought nearly 100 cases in federal court and the District of Columbia Superior Court.

    Gionet posted a video that showed Trump supporters in Make America Great Again and God Bless Trump hats milling around and taking selfies with officers in the Capitol who calmly asked them to leave the premises.

  • WHAT'S THE SCHEDULE FOR INAUGURATION DAY ON WEDNESDAY?

    Joe Biden will be sworn in as the 46th president of the United States on Jan 20, and Kamala Harris will take the oath of office for vice president, at an inauguration ceremony on the West Front of the U.S. Capitol.

    Attendance will be sharply curtailed because of the coronavirus pandemic.

    Following the swearing-in ceremony, Biden will participate in a socially distanced Pass in Review with members of the military on the Capitols East Front.

    Biden, Harris and their spouses, along with former presidents Barack Obama, George W. Bush and Bill Clinton and their wives, will lay a wreath at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier in Arlington National Cemetery.

    Biden will then receive a traditional presidential escort from 15th Street in Washington to the White House.

    Instead of the inaugural parade past a reviewing stand in front of the White House, organizers plan to hold a televised virtual parade across America.

  • MIKE POMPEO CLAIMS HE 'HAS PROOF' COVID CAME FROM WUHAN LAB

    THE US claims it has explosive new evidence that proves Covid-19 leaked from a Wuhan research lab.

    New docs reveal scientists in Wuhan fell ill with Covid-like symptoms in late 2019 - months before the pandemic began to ravage the world.

    But now, secretary of state Mike Pompeo has demanded the World Health Organisation launch an investigation into the possibility that Covid was an "accidental" lab leak.

    Accusations of a cover-up by the Chinese government have been repeatedly dismissed and pressures for a full investigation into the lab suspected of being the source of coronavirus have so far been resisted.

    Read more here.

  • WATCH: LINDSEY GRAHAM SLAMS RUSSIA PROBE 'BIGGEST FRAUD YET ON FISA COURT'

    Lindsey Graham slams Russia probe as 'biggest fraud yet on FISA court'
  • WHAT TIME IS JOE BIDEN’S INAUGURATION AND WHERE CAN I WATCH?

    Biden’s inauguration will take place at noon on January 20 on the west front of the United States Capitol.

    The inauguration date is set by the 20th Amendment to the Constitution.

    Biden will become the 46th president of the United States.

    Following the violent riots at the US Capitol, Biden has insisted: “I am not afraid to take the oath outside.”

    Due to the chaotic events which unfolded in the days leading up to Biden’s presidency, the president-elect asked the Senate this week: “Can we go a half-day on dealing with the impeachment and half-day getting my people nominated and confirmed in the Senate?”

  • CROSSFIRE HURRICANE 

    Lindsey Graham has slammed the FBI’s probe into alleged links between Donald Trump and Russia as one of the “most corrupt” in history as he released interview transcripts from the Senate review.

    Senator Graham, chair of the Judiciary Committee, released hundreds of pages of transcripts from the inquiry into the investigation which was dubbed “Crossfire Hurricane” by the FBI.

    The FBI’s initial investigation looked into whether members of Trump’s 2016 campaign colluded with the Russians to influence the election.

    The probe was later turned over to Special Counsel Robert Mueller, whose report did not find proof of the conspiracy but did not exonerate Trump.

    Mueller’s probe found that Russia had attempted to interfere with the election to benefit Trump but could not determine whether there was collusion with the campaign.

  • US CARRIES OUT 13TH AND FINAL EXECUTION UNDER TRUMP ADMINISTRATION

    The U.S. government carried out the 13th and final federal execution under President Donald Trump’s administration early on Saturday.

    It comes less than a week before his successor Joe Biden takes office with a promise to try to end the death penalty.

    Dustin Higgs, 48, was pronounced dead at 1:23am ET the federal Bureau of Prisons said in a statement.

    It followed a late-night Supreme Court ruling that cleared the way for the execution to proceed.

  • WATCH: TEXAN JENNY RYAN ASKS PRESIDENT TRUMP FOR PARDON OVER CAPTIOL PROTEST

    Texas realtor Jenna Ryan says she feels 'wronged' as she asks Trump for pardon over Capitol protest
  • TIM 'BAKED ALASKA' GIONET ARRESTED BY FBI OVER US CAPITOL PROTESTS - REPORT

    Media personality Tim Gionet, who calls himself Baked Alaska, has been arrested by the FBI for his involvement in the riot at the US Capitol, a law enforcement official told The Associated Press.

    Gionet was arrested by federal agents in Houston on Saturday, according to the official, who was not authorized to discuss the matter before the public release of a criminal complaint and spoke on condition of anonymity.

    Thousands of supporters of President Donald Trump stormed the Capitol on January 6 as Congress was meeting to vote to affirm President-elect Joe Bidens electoral win. Five people died in the mayhem.

    Law enforcement officials across the country have been working to locate and arrest suspects who committed federal crimes and so far have brought nearly 100 cases in federal court and the District of Columbia Superior Court.

    Gionet posted a video that showed Trump supporters in Make America Great Again and God Bless Trump hats milling around and taking selfies with officers in the Capitol who calmly asked them to leave the premises.

  • BIDEN'S COVID CASH

    Joe Biden unveiled a $1.9trillion coronavirus package with $1,400 stimulus checks on Thursday.

    As many Americans hope for a new wave of emergency Covid payments, it raises the question: When would a third round of stimulus checks go out?

    As Biden is inaugurated on January 20, Democrats are set to hold a majority in both the House and Senate.

    This could lead to a package being passed quickly, sending out the money and directly into Americans’ hands within weeks.

    However, there’s multiple factors that could cause a hold up for stimulus checks.

    In order for Democrats to have the majority in the Senate, Georgia will first need to certify runoff election results.

    On Friday night, the Secretary of State’s Office showed that all 159 counties had certified results – but now Georgia must certify state totals by January 22, WXIA-TV reported.

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