Vice President Mike Pence has opposed using the 25th Amendment against President Trump to remove him from office. That’s according to a report by Business Insider, which cited remarks from Pence’s advisors.
President Trump recently commented on the congressional certification of the electoral vote. In a statement shared by White House officials Thursday, the President pledged an “orderly” transition.
Twitter has taken their censorship to a whole new level by locking the President’s personal account. On Wednesday, the social media giant announced their plan to permanently ban President Trump from the platform unless he deletes three of his tweets from January 6, which called attention to blatant voter fraud and addressed demonstrators on Capitol Hill.
After protesters stormed the nation’s capitol, Congress later reconvened to debate the 2020 Electoral College certification. The congressional joint session was held late Wednesday to tally the presidential votes of all 50 states and the District of Columbia.
Multiple White House aides and administration officials have resigned after at least four people were killed during a protest at the Capitol Building.
Republican Rep. Jeff Van Drew of New Jersey called Wednesday’s events in the U.S. Capitol unacceptable and un-American. In a Wednesday interview, he stated that while he sympathizes with protesters, they should not allow demonstrations to get violent.
GOP Congressman Scott Perry pointed out that there have been no evidentiary hearings in a court of law anywhere in the country. This has allowed the cross-examination of witnesses and evidence pointing to 2020 election fraud. One America’s John Hines caught up with the Pennsylvania lawmaker and has this report.
In an exclusive interview with One America News, White House trade advisor Peter Navarro released details of his “Art of the Steal” report. Navarro said the report contains evidence of how Democrats stole the 2020 election from President Trump. Here’s an excerpt from that interview.
Tensions are running high in the Pennsylvania state capitol amid a partisan fight over state Senate election results. On Tuesday, GOP state senators refused to allow Democrat Lt. Gov. John Fetterman to preside over the proceedings.