Zignal Labs charted a 73 percent decline on Twitter and beyond following historic action against the president.
Thursday on the NewsHour, more arrests as investigations and calls for justice pick up after the Capitol riot that led to President Trump's second impeachment, Michigan's former governor is charged with criminally mishandling the deadly Flint water crisis, and a growing number of businesses distance themselves from the president and the Republican Party following last week's violent insurrection.
I’ve been thinking about an broad idea for over two years and have distilled it down to this important and pressing question for society:
Where is the digital pale?
Congress must now act, not just to remove Trump—but to ensure that no president ever risks behaving in this way again.
Republicans must distance themselves from the president, and join their colleagues in ending his tenure.
What I heard from insurrectionists on their march to the Capitol
Nice to see at least one article/piece on who some of the people in the coup crowd at the capital were today.
The horned man in question is none other than 32-year-old Jake Angeli, a familiar face at pro-Trump rallies and a purported QAnon conspiracy theorist sometimes referred to as the “QAnon Shama…
Photos from a professional photographer who was inside the Capital building today during the attempted coup.
As a result of the unprecedented and ongoing violent situation in Washington, D.C., we have required the removal of three @realDonaldTrump Tweets that were posted earlier today for repeate...…
Twitter finally banning Trump, but only for a day.
The winners of today's contests in Georgia may take a while to be certified and get to Washington, meaning the Senate could be stuck at 51 Republicans -- including Sen. Kelly Loeffler but not David Perdue, whose term expired -- to 48 Democrats for several weeks after the results become clear. Accor
Sadly it looks like the two potential new Democratic senators from Georgia may not be seated until after it’s too late to convict Donald John Trump on a second impeachment.
At 10:37 p.m. on Tuesday, November 8, 2016, I wrote myself an email: “Nate [Silver] and Micah [Cohen] just told me Clinton is probably going to lose, that she’s an underdog … collapse in the Midwest.” I’d been watching the 2016 vote returns in our office. At 9:35 p.m. Donald Trump’s chance of winning the election was 26 percent according to our model; by 10:09 p.m. it had moved to 44 percent. At 10:31 p.m. a blog post of mine went up about the radical shifts among voters without a college education in Michigan. Still, it took someone saying it out loud to arrange all those particulate results and blog posts in a line that pointed in just one direction: Trump was going to win the election.
The boutique fitness phenomenon sold exclusivity with a smile, until a toxic atmosphere and a push for growth brought the whole thing down.
h-shitpost?! This should parse without any additional work:
<div class="h-entry"> <time class="dt-published">2017-01-20</time>: <p class="p-content">I do solemnly swear that I will faithfully execute the Office of President of the United States, and will to the best of my ability, preserve, protect and defend the Constitution of the United States.</p> <span class="p-author">Donald John Trump</span> <span class="p-category">shitpost</span> </div>
Rosemary Vrablic, who oversaw hundreds of millions of dollars in loans to President Trump’s company, will leave the bank next week.
Acting as if Trump is trying to stage a coup is the best way to ensure he won’t.