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DONALD TRUMP

Speaking at the white-domed building that was the scene of the Jan. 6, 2021, riot, Biden warned that Trump's false claims that the election was stolen from him through widespread voting fraud could unravel the rule of law and undermine future elections.
US Court of Appeals denied his request earlier this month.
With about 300 people in attendance, Searching For Truth held an event Thursday, Dec. 9, at the Brainerd Exchange.

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Prosecutors asked for 45 days behind bars for Jordan Stotts, but a federal judge sentenced him to 60 days of home confinement and 60 hours of community service.
Echoing voter fraud claims amplified by Trump and his allies before, during and after the 2020 presidential election, those who attended Tuesday’s meeting said they weren’t satisfied with the official counts reported by the state or county.
The vote is the latest chapter in the country’s ongoing reckoning with the Capitol riot, which is still being investigated by the House’s Jan. 6 committee.
"The Committee’s requests are unprecedented in their breadth and scope and are untethered from any legitimate legislative purpose," Trump's lawyer Jesse Binnall wrote in the lawsuit.
A former candidate for Nevada's governorship testified on Friday that former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani introduced him to Lev Parnas who facilitated a contribution to the candidate.
The intense scrutiny of the court will only increase when the justices - six conservatives and three liberals - open their new nine-month term on Monday. They have taken up cases that could enable them to overturn abortion rights established in a landmark ruling 48 years ago and also expand gun rights - two cherished goals of American conservatives.

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Trump filed a request for preliminary injunction against Twitter, arguing the social media company was "coerced" by members of the U.S. Congress to suspend his account.
North Korea is willing to consider another inter-Korean summit if mutual respect between the rivals can be assured.
Organizers of the "Justice for J6" rally said they expected a peaceful event, but U.S. Capitol Police Chief J. Thomas Manger told reporters on Friday "there have been some threats of violence" linked to the event, where police would work to avoid clashes between Trump supporters and opponents.

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