Trump Acquitted Again Of Impeachment Charges

On Saturday, Former President Donald Trump Was Acquitted Of An Impeachment Charge That He Incited The Jan.6 Storming Of The Capitol In Washington D.C. It Is The Second Time In A Year The U.S. Senate Determined Trump Was Not Guilty Of Impeachment Charges Brought By The Democrat-Controlled House.

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Pushback On Biden Administration Begins In The States

In his first two days in office, Biden issued 17 executive orders, and he hasn’t slowed down just yet. In almost every case, the order sought to specifically undo something that had been done during the tenure of his predecessor, 45th President Donald Trump. In the private sector, businesses pressured – internally or externally – to change direction often succumb to a practice of hiring an opposite in roles of authority and leadership. Subconsciously or consciously, these companies hire people whose talents, attitudes, and personalities are precisely the opposite of the person who previously held the position. Elections – specifically the actions of those elected – have ramifications.

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McConnell Says Trump Provoked Capitol Riot By Feeding Mob Lies

Former Staunch Trump Supporter McConnell Further Distances Himself From Trump, Partially Blaming Trump For Storming Of The Capitol.

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Governor Lee’s Administration Works With Biden Team On Covid Strategies

Lee said he hopes the Biden administration will help provide COVID-19 relief to Tennesseans stating that Tennessee faces a limited supply of vaccines and high positivity rate for new cases.

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Protestors In Chattanooga Hold Tennessee Lawmakers Partially Responsible For U.S. Capitol Riots

A group of protestors gathered outside Miller Park in Chattanooga on Saturday voicing their belief that local lawmakers had a role in the riots at the U.S. Capitol last Wednesday.

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