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"ron president trump" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"93.9 FM and am a 20 NPR News and the New York conversation. Live from NPR news on nor Ron President. Trump says there will be an orderly transition on January 20th. He issued a statement early this morning, minutes after Congress certified his loss to Joe Biden. Process was interrupted yesterday by a pro trump mob that stormed the capital building. Four people died during the chaos more than 50. People are arrested. The violence delayed but did not stop the counting of the votes. MPR's Kelsey smell has more. They were determined not to stop in the face of the mob, and Republicans like we've been saying or split about going going to into the vote about the objections, the electoral college and what it meant for the country. What people did change their minds, not all of them, but I was really struck by people like Mike Braun of Indiana, who is from the vice president's home state. He said he still had objections about election security in the way states do their business. But he also said he couldn't vote to dignify what happened in the capital. In addition to writers nonviolent Trump supporters also gathered in the capital, hoping to change the election results. Some are now coming to the conclusion. The fight is over. NPR's Camilla Domina Ski has more as the crowds were dissipating. Some Trump backers acknowledged that Joe Biden will be the next president. That is that the storming of the capital, while incredibly dramatic, didn't actually achieve the goal of this gathering, which was to overturn the election results. Camilla Domina ski reporting This is NPR news. Democrats won both Senate seats in this week's runoff election and Georgia. This gives the Democrats control as the Senate is divided, evenly 50 to 50 with Vice President elect Kamila Harris to cast the deciding vote. The event of a time. Raphael Warnock will be the first black senator from Georgia. Well, John Assad will be the youngest member of the Senate. He's 33 The New York Stock Exchange is moving forward with plans to delist three Chinese telecom companies. NPR's John Druitt reports. The New York Stock Exchange first said it would deal is trying to Telecom China Mobile and China Unicom, Hong Kong last week. Companies were targeted by an executive order from President Trump banning US trading in Chinese firms considered to be linked to that nation's military. On Monday, the exchange reversed course and said it would not be list the firms But now it says it will do so in order to comply with the law. The exchange says it received new specific guidance on Tuesday from the Treasury Department. That was clear the executive order means that U. S persons are not allowed to engage in certain transactions with those three companies. China has been opposed to the delisting John Rule, which NPR news authorities in Quebec, announced they're imposing a curfew and attempt to stem the spread of the Corona virus, becoming the first Canadian province to do so. Getting Saturday, Residents will have to stay home between 8 P.m. and 5 A.m.. Violators could be fined as much as $6000. I'm Nora RAHM NPR news This is w N. Y. C in New York. It's 6 33. Good morning. I'm David 1st 33 degrees in Central Park going up to 43 this afternoon. Left wing veterans of protests in New York and Washington, D C are objecting to the light approach that Capitol police apparently took towards the Trump supporters who stormed the capital building yesterday. Jamie Bamber says she was surprised to see videos of the Capitol police employing little force against the pro trump insurrectionists. She says she has been arrested by police officers half a dozen times during what she calls peaceful protests. 30. Seconds later. You got your second warning 30. Seconds later, you got your third warning,.

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