The Disqualification Question – The New York Times

The Disqualification Question – The New York Times

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What are the basics of disqualification?

  • Speaker Nancy Pelosi said the House would proceed quickly with both impeachment and a resolution asking Vice President Mike Pence and the cabinet to remove Trump from office using the 25th Amendment.

  • But James Clyburn, the No. 3 House Democrat, said the House might delay sending an impeachment article to the Senate to avoid getting in the way of Joe Biden’s early presidential agenda. Such a delay could undercut any momentum to convict Trump.

  • Senator Pat Toomey of Pennsylvania became the second Republican senator to call for Trump to resign. Yet Toomey questioned whether the Senate could convict him after he left office.

  • Here is a closer look at what Trump said at the rally before the attack on the Capitol.

  • The chaos on Wednesday showed that government agencies had no coordinated plan to defend the Capitol, according to a Times analysis.

  • Federal and local authorities across the U.S. continued their hunt for members of the mob that stormed the Capitol. Here are some notable arrests.

  • Apple, Google and Amazon have removed Parler, a social media app popular with Trump supporters, from their platforms, saying that it had failed to moderate posts encouraging violence and crime.

  • The P.G.A. of America, which represents professional golfers, said it would strip its May 2022 championship from a Trump club.


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