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The Justice Department knows the 2018 border policy will separate families not well planned: NPR.

Then, Attorney General Jeff Sessions visited California in April 2017, Justice Department Inspector Michael Horowitz published a critical review of Sessions’ 2018’s zero tolerance policy against people trying. Across the southwest border Sandy Huffaker / Getty Images Hide subtitles Switch subtitles Sandy Huffaker / Getty Images Then, Attorney General Jeff Sessions visited California in April 2017, Justice Department Inspector Michael …

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Capitol rioters aim to ‘take hostage’

FORT WORTH, Texas (AP) – A retired Air Force officer who was part of a crowd that raided the U.S. agency last week held a plastic zip-tie handcuff because he was meant to “take hostage”, prosecutors said in court. Texas on Thursday. “He was referring to taking hostage. He was referring to kidnapping, deterring, or perhaps trying to execute members …

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Lawmakers adopted new security measures and expressed frustration at safety concerns following the devastating riots.

Some congressional members have told party leaders they are terrified of life and family life, sources told CNN, and several congressmen have taken new security measures, sources told CNN. The more they learn in news reports and online, the more concern they are, several sources said. The source said there is growing awareness of the dangers they are facing, especially …

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What’s in Biden’s $ 1.9 trillion stimulus plan?

Research from the Congressional Budget Office in 2019 suggests that raising wages to $ 15 nationwide could increase wages for tens of millions of workers, even with some of the costs for jobs – perhaps 1.3 million. Who did not work in part because of the employer Will reduce the payroll Updated 14 Jan 2021 7:46 PM ET State and …

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After the second indictment, Giuliani vowed to support Trump.

WASHINGTON – When Rudolf W. Giuliani is treating his efforts to execute President Trump’s desire to overturn the 2020 presidential election results as a payment opportunity, he proposed. $ 20,000 daily for legal services from Trump’s burgeoning campaign law fund – chairman Reject and respond by demanding personal approval for each expense. Nine weeks and another prosecution later, Mr Trump …

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Trump blew up at Nixon as he prepared to retire.

Gone are the clicks of the flashing camera. The roar of the missing crowd Instead of commanding the last week of winning, the president took on the role of the victim and not the dignified leader out of office. Trump has been dominated by revelations of his presidency during the last days of his tenure, according to peers’ remarks, which …

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Experts warn of vaccine stumble ‘Out the door’ as Trump officials refuse to discuss Team Biden

The smooth delivery is in stark contrast to what is happening now as President-elect Joe Biden prepares to dominate in a two-barreled crisis involving deadly viruses and its political consequences. The economy, experts say, requires close cooperation. As the coronavirus takes over US hospitals and kills more than 3,300 people a day on average, the Trump administration has halted access …

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Lawmakers conspired with state agency attackers in legal jeopardy.

The role of congressmen, possibly playing a role in facilitating the devastating attack, received a lot of attention this week after Democrats accused Republican colleagues. Some facilitated a trip to government agencies on Jan. 5 – a day before protesters joined in the attacks on terrorist lawmakers. Parliamentary office and resulted in the deaths of up to five Representative Mikie …

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Show-Me State told Josh Hawley to show himself out, poll found.

Majority of Republican Senator Josh Hawley in Missouri believes he should resign after he tried to oppose the results of the 2020 election following the Jan. 6 riots at the U.S. Capitol, according to the press. New polls from Data For Progress polling shop. The Data For Progress survey, shared exclusively with The Daily Beast, found that 51 percent of …

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Virus Siphons $ 2.5 Billion in New York Property Tax Revenue

As New York City officials fight to control the coronavirus this summer, it is clear the economic impact will be much longer: City’s property tax revenue is expected to drop by $ 2.5 billion next year, which It was the biggest decline in at least three decades. The expected shortfall, expected by Mayor Bill de Blasio to be announced on …

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