Sen. Lindsey Graham Says Kamala Fist Bump Is a Good Omen, But ...
Wednesday, 18 November 2020 Sen. Lindsey Graham says his fist bump seen 'round the world -- with VP-elect Kamala Harris -- oughta prove he won't treat the incoming administration as enemies ... with one huge caveat. We got the South Carolina Senator Wednesday on Capitol Hill,…
Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger is not backing down from his explosive claim regarding Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-SC). A Republican himself, Raffensperger told CNN Monday that Graham had hinted to him in a phone call that he should try to discard some ballots in Georgia. A recount is...
President-elect Joe Biden has picked former South Carolina Democratic Party Chairman Jaime Harrison to head the Democratic National Committee, Biden's office said in a statement on Thursday. Gloria Tso has more.
President-elect Joe Biden is set to pick former U.S. Senate candidate in South Carolina Jaime Harrison to head the Democratic National Committee, a source told Reuters on Thursday. Colette Luke has more.
Republican Sen. Lindsey Graham criticized the House impeachment efforts on Wednesday. Graham appeared to shade Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, says Business Insider. "It is a rushed process that, over time, will become a threat to future presidents," Graham said. He continued with, "As to Senate leadership, I fear they are making the problem worse, not better." Graham broke from Trump and firmly acknowledged that Biden won the 2020 race.
Vice President Mike Pence and Pres. Donald Trump are spending the last days of their administration very differently. CNN reports that Mike Pence is dropping in on the White House phone operators. Pence is addressing troops at bases across the country. Pence is paying a visit to national guardsmen in place for the inauguration. Pence is speaking by phone with his successor, Kamala Harris. Trump, in denial and silenced on social media, is refusing to speak to Biden.
Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images President-elect Joe Biden and Vice President-elect Kamala Harris will be sworn into office in front of the US Capitol around 12 p.m. on January 20. Celebrities Lady Gaga and Jennifer Lopez will perform at the ceremony, Biden's inaugural committee announced on Thursday. Later that evening, Biden and Harris will speak to the nation via a TV special featuring performances by Justin Timberlake, Jon Bon Jovi, and other A-listers.
As farmers hold 9th round of talks with the government, protesting farmers held a shirtless protest at the Tikri border against the farm laws. Meanwhile, Bhupinder Mann, who quit the SC appointed panel to break the deadlock over farm laws, has said that since farmers have refused to talk to the committee, there is no point in being a part of it. He added that he stated his stand to the Chief Justice of India and recused himself from the panel. The Supreme Court had earlier stayed the implementation of the farm laws and also appointed a committee to listen to the grievances of the farmers. Farmer Unions, however, said that they would not attend any talks with the panel and insisted that their only demand is the complete withdrawal of the Centre’s farm laws. Watch the full video for all the details.
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Cisco has halted some employee political donations after the Capitol Hill riots. Cisco CEO Chuck Robbins discusses how the company will assess future political donations and Cisco’s focus on working with Biden’s administration.
US House of Representatives on January 13 voted in favour of impeaching outgoing President Donald Trump over the Capitol Hill violence last week. Trump is now the first-ever US president to be impeached twice. Trump's impeachment comes just a week before the inauguration of president-elect Joe Biden on January 20. Now the Senate will hold a trial against Trump in the coming days to arrive at a conclusion whether he was responsible for the Capitol Hill violence or not. Trump was also impeached last year by the House for "abusing" his presidential powers, however, the Republican-ruled Senate had acquitted him.
Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-SC) lambasted President Donald Trump before Congress on Wednesday after the riots at the US Capitol.
When it comes to accountability, the president needs to understand that his..