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OPERATION DUMP TRUMP

OPERATION DUMP TRUMP

SUSAN CORNWELL, PATRICIA ZENGERLE and DIONA CHIACU U.S. House of Representatives Democrats plan a vote today to urge Vice President Mike Pence to take steps to remove President Donald Trump from office after his supporters' deadly storming of the Capitol, before attempting to impeach him again. The plan, spelled out by House Speaker Nancy Pelosi in a letter to members on Sunday evening, came as Washington struggles to decide what to do about the Republican president in the 10 days before Democratic President-elect Joe Biden is sworn in on Jan. 20. Officials have opened at least 25 domestic terrorism investigations…
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In ‘law-and-order’ speech, U.S. Vice President Pence warns against Biden win

In ‘law-and-order’ speech, U.S. Vice President Pence warns against Biden win

JEFF MASON and JOHN WHITESIDES U.S. Vice President Mike Pence on Wednesday cast the re-election of President Donald Trump as critical to preserving America's safety and economic viability, while cautioning Democrat Joe Biden would set the country on a path to socialism and decline. Amid widening protests over the police shooting of Jacob Blake, a Black man, in Wisconsin, Pence and other Republicans at their national convention described the Nov. 3 contest between Trump and Biden as a choice between "law and order" and lawlessness. "The hard truth is you won't be safe in Joe Biden's America," Pence told the…
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With Trump ailing, a steady Pence tries to keep the campaign afloat

With Trump ailing, a steady Pence tries to keep the campaign afloat

JAMES OLIPHANT MIKE Pence achieved on the debate stage what arguably President Donald Trump did not in a similar showdown last week: He offered a cogent and restrained case for why traditional Republicans and some swing voters should return the Trump-Pence ticket to the White House for four more years. For Wednesday night's vice presidential square-off, Pence was charged with trying to steady the ship after a tumultuous week in which the president was hospitalized with the coronavirus and opinion polls showed the Republican Trump's re-election bid against Democrat Joe Biden slipping away. But even if Pence had a strong…
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