President Trump, WCBS Department Of Homeland Security And Nicholas Ganga discussed on Lynda Lopez

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Is the afternoon round up on WCBS Department of Homeland Security has issued a new advisory about the threat of more violence across the country. Get details on the terrorism bulletin from correspondent Nicholas Ganga. The department has voiced concerns that domestic violent extremists motivated by a range of issues, including anger over the coronavirus, pandemics, restrictions, the 2020 election results and police use of force will continue to depose a threat. Through early 2021. Some might be emboldened by the January 6th breach of the U. S. Capitol to target elected officials and government facilities moving forward. The government says the threat will persist through April and urge state officials to remain on high alert. Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer blasted Republicans today over an effort to dismiss the impeachment trial against President Trump. In a procedural vote yesterday, 45 Republicans voted in support of dismissal. Schumer says the trial will be held. Republican senators were willing to take a principled stand against this reckless and ill advised effort by members of this body. Are eager to excuse President Trump's campaign to overturn the election. And apparently To excuse his incitement to the mob. 67 votes are required to convict a president, Democratic Senator Tim Kaine and Republican Senator Susan Collins have pitched their colleagues on supporting a censure residue. Supporting a censure resolution against Mr Trump came told reporters quote to do a trial knowing you'll get 55 both set. The max seems to me to be not the right prioritization of our time. Congress may also consider using Section three of the 14th amendment to bar Mr Trump from ever holding office again. The impeachment trial is scheduled to begin the week of February. 8th. The head of the Republican National Committee, says the party will stay neutral in the next presidential primary. Rana McDaniel said if former president Trump runs again in 2024 that the National Party infrastructure would not support his ambitions over other prospective candidates. Maybe CBS News Time is 5 42, a Miami

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