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Republicans discuss whether to censure Trump for his actions

January 11, 2021. Summarized by summa-bot.

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Some House Republicans are privately discussing whether to censure President Trump as a way to express their disapproval about the President's actions without going along with the Democratic effort to impeach him, according to several GOP sources.

Some House Republicans are privately discussing whether to censure President Trump as a way to express their disapproval about the President's actions without going along with the Democratic effort to impeach him, according to several GOP sources.

CNN reported earlier Monday that the Pentagon plans to have 10,000 National Guard troops in DC by Jan. 16 as troops already earmarked for the inauguration begin to arrive, according to a senior defense official.

Viral rioters also charged: One of the federal defendants so far, Jacob Chansley — who wore into the Capitol no shirt, a bearskin headdress, face paint and horns and was captured in many images of the crowd — has already told the FBI he came to Washington "as a part of a group effort, with other 'patriots' from Arizona, at the request of the President that all 'patriots' come to D. C. on January 6, 2021," according to his court documents.

Rep. David Cicilline (D-RI) told CNN's Manu Raju that they "have the numbers to pass” the articles of impeachment against President Trump.

Cicilline told Manu Monday that he expected they'll “have Republican support,” to impeach President Trump after Trump spurred supporters to storm the Capitol last Wednesday, though he did not expect Republican co-sponsors.

Cicilline also told Manu he expects a vote Wednesday, but that it’s House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s call.

House Majority Leader Steny Hoyer told CNN he expects the vote to impeach President Trump will occur on Wednesday.

House Democrats formally introduced their resolution to impeach Trump today, charging him with "incitement of insurrection" for his role in last week's riots at the US Capitol.

Rainey told the Associated Press on Sunday that she led 100 people from the Moore County Citizens for Freedom group in North Carolina to the rally in Washington last Wednesday but said she did not know of anyone form the group who entered the Capitol.

A defense official told CNN that Rainey had submitted her resignation from the Army prior to the events that unfolded last week, and that her resignation was not tied to Wednesday’s events.

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