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This is just the beginning of the economic damage the federal government could unleash under President-elect Biden’s leadership if the Senate chooses to discard decades of precedent and abolish the filibuster.

Twitter's chief executive Jack Dorsey stands by the decision to ban Pres. Trump from the platform in a wide-ranging thread, but admits that the action sets a "dangerous" precedent.

Twitter's chief executive Jack Dorsey stands by the decision to ban Pres. Trump from the platform in a wide-ranging thread, but admits that the action sets a "dangerous" precedent.

Trump said last Friday that he would not be attending Biden's inauguration, breaking with longtime precedent. President Barack Obama met with Trump prior to his inauguration in 2017.

Kamala Harris is making history as the first woman Vice President; her husband Doug Emhoff is setting a precedent, too.

Our @DetNewsOpinion  editorial: AG Dana Nessel's decision to charge Snyder and members of his administration in the #FlintWaterCrisis  sets a dangerous precedent that could, depending on the outcome, make public service a high-risk enterprise. 🔒

Need a precedent for what’s going on in Boston politics? Look to 1993

Can the Senate try President Donald Trump after he leaves office? In reaching a decision, the Senators may choose to be guided by a precedent: that of William W. Belknap, Ulysses S. Grant’s Secretary of War

Need a precedent for what’s going on in Boston politics? Look to 1993

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Sen. Sanders: "Some people ask: Why would you impeach and convict a president who has only a few days left in office? The answer: Precedent. It must be made clear that no president, now or in the future, can lead an insurrection against the U.S. government."

Can’t believe the creators of the monster have lost control of the monster, is there any precedent for this in books or film

Some people ask: Why would you impeach and convict a president who has only a few days left in office? The answer: Precedent. It must be made clear that no president, now or in the future, can lead an insurrection against the U.S. government.

Our Senate majority will do exactly the same thing in 2020 that we did in 2016: Follow Senate history, follow the clear precedent in each situation, and do exactly the job we were elected to do.   We are going to vote on President Trump's nominee to the Supreme Court this year.

If Republicans go forward and reverse the precedent they set in 2016, the Senate will never, ever be the same. It will be changed forever. I pray tonight that at least a few of my Republican colleagues understand this.

Senate Republicans are not voting on constitutionality or precedent, they are voting on desperately needed Border Security & the Wall. Our Country is being invaded with Drugs, Human Traffickers, & Criminals of all shapes and sizes. That’s what this vote is all about. STAY UNITED!

Republican Senators have a very easy vote this week. It is about Border Security and the Wall (stopping Crime, Drugs etc.), not Constitutionality and Precedent. It is an 80% positive issue. The Dems are 100% United, as usual, on a 20% issue, Open Borders and Crime. Get tough R’s!

Attorney Generals from 21 States are urging the Senate to reject Impeachment. They say the Articles have legal & factual problems, and the Democrats case sets a dangerous historical precedent. “EVEN AN UNSUCCESSFUL EFFORT TO IMPEACH THE PRESIDENT UNDERMINES THE INTEGRITY.....

McConnell held a Supreme Court seat open for a year, insisting no Justice be confirmed in an election year without voters having a say. This was a terrible precedent but one he will need to live with. Dem Senators must insist — absolutely no confirmation until after the midterm.

When McConnell refused to hold a confirmation hearing for Obama’s Supreme Court nominee and demanded to wait until after the election, he set a precedent that he now must live with. There should be no confirmation hearing until the American people have a say.

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