President Trump, White House, United States Capitol Building discussed on The Paul W. Smith Show


Harris and 2 32 for President Trump and Mike Pence and the president did issue a statement. President Trump has issued a statement about the electoral results you know. Earlier in the day on Wednesday, he said that he would never concede during that rather raucous rally. Hold on the Ellipse near the White House, and here's the statement from tonight, he says, quote even though I totally disagree with the outcome of the election, and the facts, bear me out. Nevertheless, there will be an orderly transition on January 20th. And once again that it's boxes Chad program reporting one woman shot and killed Wednesday. Three more people are reported to have died from medical emergencies during the melee at the Capitol. And police say several officers were injured and all this. Here's Fox is Joe made A with that part of the story, at least. 14 D C. Police officers were injured as they tried to help control crowds of Trump supporters on Capitol Hill Acting police chief Robert Conte, It was clear that the crowd was intent on causing harm to our officers, by the point chemical irritants on police. No forced entry into the United States Capitol building. The cops say two pipe bombs were found one at Republican National Committee headquarters and another at the building housing the Democratic National Committee. They also found a stash of Molotov cocktails on the Capitol grounds in Washington, Jill NATO, Fox News and four White House officials handing in their resignations following yesterday's violence. According to Bloomberg National Deputy National Security Advisor Matt Pottenger resigned the first lady's chief of staff Stephanie Grisham, White House Special Secretary Social Secretary Ricky Lisetta, and the deputy press secretary Sarah Mathews, all quitting their jobs. Yesterday, the state of Michigan will enter into a new phase of covert vaccine distribution beginning next week. State's chief of health executive Doctor Jin, a Cal dune talking about this new order By January, 11th local health departments may start vaccinating anyone over the age of 65, as well as some frontline workers. And when we're talking about frontline workers, Thies, our first responders, Federal employees jail in prison staff also pre K through 12 grade teachers will be included. Michigan has been distributing Vaccine since mid December, But it has been a slow process. Checking the world markets this morning. China is up. Nikkei up London is down The Dow Futures are up this hour. Four WJR news. I'm Marie Osborne. We have Maura with Paul W. Smith coming your way in just a moment. Shop. New looks for the New year at.

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