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Prosecutors rest their case, warning Donald Trump 'can do this again' if he is not convicted
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Prosecutors rest their case, warning Donald Trump 'can do this again' if he is not convicted

Republican senators who sat through a vivid retelling of an assault they lived through appeared unmoved from their determination to acquit Trump

Donald Trump's tweets take centre stage on second day of Senate impeachment trial
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Donald Trump's tweets take centre stage on second day of Senate impeachment trial

House impeachment managers delivered multimedia arguments on Wednesday as they started building their case that Trump was in no way an innocent bystander to the events of 6 January

US Senate decides to proceed With Donald Trump's impeachment trial after 56-44 vote
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US Senate decides to proceed With Donald Trump's impeachment trial after 56-44 vote

Even though Trump can no longer be removed from office, conviction would stand as a statement of repudiation for history and permit senators to bar him from running for federal office again

Mike Pence finally reached his limit with Donald Trump, and it wasn't pretty
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Mike Pence finally reached his limit with Donald Trump, and it wasn't pretty

To Trump, one advisor said, the vice-president had entered 'Sessions territory', referring to Jeff Sessions, the attorney-general who was tortured by the president before being fired

Banished and dissociated: These businesses and institutions are cutting ties with Donald Trump
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Banished and dissociated: These businesses and institutions are cutting ties with Donald Trump

Big businesses donate to both political parties and say their support is tied to narrow issues of specific interest to their industries. Now, a flurry of companies are reviewing their giving practices.

US Capitol siege: House Democrats introduce articles of impeachment against President Donald Trump
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US Capitol siege: House Democrats introduce articles of impeachment against President Donald Trump

Democrats have charged the outgoing US president with 'incitement of insurrection' over his role in Wednesday's storming of the US Capitol

The narcissist-in-chief brings it all crashing down days before his presidential term ends
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The narcissist-in-chief brings it all crashing down days before his presidential term ends

Donald Trump's flight into the ozone of crazy was as inevitable as the country’s descent into anarchy — and almost certainly intertwined

Inside a deadly siege: How a string of failures led to a dark day at the US Capitol
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Inside a deadly siege: How a string of failures led to a dark day at the US Capitol

A full reckoning will take months or even years, and many lawmakers have called for a formal commission to investigate

'Risk of further incitement': Twitter's full statement on why it permanently suspended Donald Trump's account
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'Risk of further incitement': Twitter's full statement on why it permanently suspended Donald Trump's account

Twitter, while announcing its decision to permanently suspend Trump's account, cited plans circulating online for future armed protests around the inauguration of US President-elect Joe Biden

'Iconic humiliation', 'internal collapse': Chinese media hits out at US over Capitol violence
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'Iconic humiliation', 'internal collapse': Chinese media hits out at US over Capitol violence

The Global Times described the storming of the Capitol using a Chinese term referring to a ruler’s subordinates coming to his rescue when his authority is threatened

Hours after US Capitol breach, Congress formally certifies Biden's election win; Trump pledges 'orderly transition'
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Hours after US Capitol breach, Congress formally certifies Biden's election win; Trump pledges 'orderly transition'

Defying Donald Trump’s claims that the Vice-President can reject electoral votes, Mike Pence said the Constitution does not give him ‘unilateral authority’ to decide which votes should be counted