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Who is 'Orange Jesus' and why is he trending? Spoiler alert: It's Trump

The term Orange Jesus in reference to Donald Trump gained popularity following Rep. Liz Cheney recounting a story of a Republican lawmaker who said "the things we do for the Orange Jesus."

Police officers, elected officials among members of Oath Keepers - ADL

An analysis of the leaked list of members of the far-right group "Oath Keepers" finds hundreds of police officers, elected officials and army members related to the anti-gov't extremist group.

Proud Boys recruit sentenced to 4.5 years for role in US Capitol riot

A security detail for then-US Senate Minority Leader Charles Schumer was whisking him to safety when they saw Pruitt approaching in their direction.

By REUTERS
29/08/2022

Giuliani is target of Georgia probe into 2020 US election - NYT

Prosecutors from the Fulton County district attorney's office in Georgia, which is overseeing the probe, informed him that Giuliani is a target, says Giuliani's lawyer.

By REUTERS
15/08/2022

Can America save itself? - opinion

“We the people are the rightful masters of both Congress and the courts, not to overthrow the Constitution but to overthrow the men who pervert the Constitution,” Lincoln is famously quoted.

US Justice Department probing Trump's efforts to overturn election

A spokeswoman for Trump did not reply to a request for comment from Reuters. Trump has denied wrongdoing.

By REUTERS
27/07/2022

Donald Trump watched Jan. 6 capitol riots on TV, ignored pleas for peace

The panel investigating the insurrection played videotaped testimony from White House aides and security staff discussing the events of the day.

By REUTERS
22/07/2022

Secret Service violated Federal Records Act by not preserving texts, says House Comm.

The purging of nearly all cellphone texts from the time of the insurrection was discovered last February by the Inspector General Department of Homeland Security’s Office.

21/07/2022

Ex-Trump aide Bannon to seek dismissal of criminal contempt of Congress charges

Bannon, 68, has pleaded not guilty to two misdemeanor counts of contempt of Congress for defying the committee's subpoena requesting testimony and documents as part of its inquiry into January 6.

By REUTERS
21/07/2022

Jury selection ongoing in Trump ex-adviser Bannon's contempt of Congress trial

Bannon reversed course this month and announced that he wanted to testify before a public committee hearing, nearly 10 months after defying the subpoena.

By REUTERS
18/07/2022
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