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The list of companies and organizations looking to cut business ties with President Trump after last week’s attack on the Capitol is getting longer.

54% say Pres. Trump should be charged criminally with inciting a riot for having encouraged his supporters to march on the Capitol, new @ABC  News/WaPo poll finds.

Only a few days ago, when a pro-Trump mob stormed the U.S. Capitol, 5,000 National Guard troops were deployed to Washington. Then 10,000. Then 20,000. And now 25,000. I suspect even more could be in DC by Inauguration Day on Wednesday.

“Once the violence began, when the Capitol was under siege..., the President was watching and tweeted about the Vice President’s lack of courage,” SCarolina GOP Rep. Tom Rice on his surprise vote to impeach Trump. “This utter failure is inexcusable."

Metro police are looking for a man accused of crushing an officer in a doorway as a violent mob of Trump supporters forced their way into the U.S. Capitol Jan. 6.

Poll: Majority of Americans blame Trump for US Capitol attack, want him barred from office

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The pro-Trump mob that stormed the U.S. Capitol last week aimed to “capture and assassinate elected officials,” federal prosecutors said in court documents.

Lawmakers from both parties are demanding probes into how Trump supporters managed to overwhelm Capitol security, including whether they got any assistance from inside the building.

'They want to take your speech away,' censorship cry unites Trump supporters and extremists after Capitol attack


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The hypocrisy of the Trump thuggery can be epitomized by a seditious rioter beating a police officer at the Capitol with an American flag. It was never about the flag, or “blue lives matter.” These were mere props in a movement fueled by power, injustice, and racism.

The Trump mob attack on the capitol now has a higher death toll than Benghazi.

The amazing thing about "it might have been antifa" is that Trump literally summoned these people to DC, spoke at their event, offered to walk them over to the Capitol and then praised them afterward.

A week ago MAGA terrorists, incited by Trump, his son, his lawyer, and months of lies by far too many folks in the GOP and media, tried to stop the Constitutional election process through a terrorist attack on the Capitol. 5 were killed. They are now trying to change the subject.

White Americans aren’t afraid of the cops. White Americans are never afraid of the cops, even when they’re committing an insurrection,” @JoyAnnReid  says about the Trump supporters rioting the US Capitol.

What happened at the U.S. Capitol yesterday was an insurrection against the United States, incited by President Trump. This president must not hold office one day longer.

Trump demonized Pence with deranged lies to the point that the mob storming the Capitol chanted “hang Mike Pence” — and Trump has never checked in on Pence or his family to make sure they’re OK — but Pence is waiting until Trump crosses a line before invoking the 25th Amendment

NPR guidance: we won’t be calling the people who stormed the Capitol ‘protestors’ - they are ‘pro-Trump extremists’ and what they are doing is ‘insurrection’.

For those who are wondering why so much attention has been focused on the response of the Capitol Police to the Trump-inspired riots, here’s a data-driven article that provides some useful frame of reference.

Sure, President Trump incited an act of terror at the Capitol, but one time Obama used a selfie stick in the White House